Persecuted Christians, Identity and Foreign Policy
Recently there has been an outcry among many Christians in Europe over the attacks against Christians in Pakistan that followed after even stricter blasphemy laws have been introduced in that country. As usual MP’s and MEP’s here in Europe who are standing up for freedom of religion and belief (most of them Christians) filed questions over this situation in Pakistan.
Delay in book orders!
Due to the summer holidays the processing and delivery of publication orders takes longer than usual.
Towards a Foreign Policy that Offers Solutions
One of the core ideas that Sallux has presented and represented is the notion that we as EU and EU Member States need to cooperate with those outside Europe who try to implement fundamental freedoms. Based on our experience with North-East Syria we know that this is feasible in practice
Back to the roots?
The dominance of shareholders in the economy creates a situation that leads to extraction as primary mechanism in our economy in order to create continuous increasing dividends. Clearly, this is not only putting ever more pressure on workers but also on SME’s and natural resources. It should be obvious that this is an unsustainable situation. How is this connected to the migration and asylum crisis?
Sallux is a European political foundation. We cover a wide set of issues in cooperation with our members and partners. To present our work in a coherent manner we developed four streams that highlight our vision for the development of Europe and the global community:
Webinar: Europäische Wirtschaft, Außenpolitik und Migration
Die Sallux ECPM Foundation bietet jedem, der mehr über die europäische Wirtschafts- und Außenpolitik und ihre Auswirkungen auf Migration und Fluchtursachen wissen oder darüber diskutieren möchte, die Möglichkeit dazu. Am 2 November 2023 jeweils um 19:30 Uhr finden Online-Seminare statt, in denen Johannes de Jong die Präsentation näher erläutern und Fragen beantworten wird.
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