Vacancy for Administrative Coordinator
Friday, March 2, 2018
Sallux is happy to offer a new position in the organisation. We are looking for a part-time Administrative Coordinator.
Event report: “The Economic and Refugee Crises: Political, Religious and Spiritual Dimensions”
Tuesday, February 27, 2018
This conference, Under the aegis of His All Holiness the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew took a deeper look in the combination of the Economic and Refugee crisis for Greek and European people as well as the situation for refugees and migrants.
Stop the Turkish attack against Afrin! Stop the massacre of civilians!
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Sign our petition in support of the innocent people of Afrin!
Event report: Sallux @ MEHRForum during MEHR 2018 Conference in Augsburg, Germany
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
From January 4 to 7, 2018 Sallux was present at the MEHRforum in Augsburg at one of the most important conferences for young Christians in Germany.
Newest Publication: Political Wisdom
Friday, December 8, 2017
During the General Assembly of the ECPM on Thursday December 7th, Sallux presented it's newest publication: Political Wisdom. This book is written by Rob Nijhoff and argues for a politics where ones values are acknowledged and where all ‘players in the field’ strive together for wisdom and the general good for society.
Event report: Poverty Inc, Developing Development
Friday, December 1, 2017
During a well-attended event inside the European Parliament, Sallux, in corporation with Acton Institute and hosted by MEP Branislav Škripek, presented the documentary movie: Poverty Inc.
Event Report: Conference on the Embryo Protection Act in Malta
Friday, November 17, 2017
Life Research Unit organised a conference on November 13th on the Reform of the Embryo Protection Act in collaboration with Sallux.
Event report: Christian Foreign Affairs Academy
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Sallux in cooperation with the Christian Democratic Forum (KDF), KÉSZ and the Barankovics Foundation organized a study weekend with the conference of the Carpathian Diplomacy - Christian Foreign Academy. Over 40 young people participated in the event.
Event Report: Reformed Capitalism in the St. Joriskerk, Amersfoort
Monday, September 25, 2017
We where welcomed in the beautiful historic St. Joris (Saint George) Church in Amersfoort, the Netherlands. Speakers from Jubilee Centre (Cambridge, UK) Scientific Institutes of the ChristenUnie and SGP parties and a MP from the ChristenUnie elaborated on what it means to "reform" our Capitalist system and society.
Event report: After genocide: A Last Call for A Future for Christians in Iraq
Monday, July 3, 2017
On June 28-30, a major international conference on the Future of Christians and other minorities in Iraq took place in the European Parliament, Brussels. Lars Adaktusson MEP (EPP Group, Sweden) hosted the event together with Sallux and co-hosts from all major European party groups.
Event report: Preventing Abortion in Europe, Legal Framework & Social Policies
Monday, June 26, 2017
A very well attended event in Brussels at 22 June in cooperation with Sallux, ECLJ and COMECE as well as other partner-organisations focused at how abortion can be prevented and reduced across Europe. The widespread use of abortion is a social problem and a matter of public health that affects the whole society and engages our future. The purpose of this seminar is to identify good practices for effective abortion prevention policies, particularly among young people.
Event report: Christendom mainstreaming - Revaluating and reconfirming the role of Christianity in European policy
Wednesday, May 31, 2017
Sallux | ECPM Foundation and the 'Right of the Republic Party' in Poland are pleased to look back at a successful and well-attended conference on Christendom mainstreaming - Revaluating and reconfirming the role of Christianity in European policy, which was held in the Polish Parliament Building (Sejm).
Event Report: State of Europe Forum 2017 : Towards a Europe of Hope, Healing and Hospitality!
Tuesday, May 9, 2017
The sunny island of Malta is the President of the Council of Europe (#EU2017MT) for the first half of 2017. 9th of May, Europe day is thus celebrated in Maltese style. Sallux and the Schuman Centre of European Studies organized once again their State of Europe Forum in the beautiful city of Valletta on 7th & 8th of May. .
Event Report: Sustainable development in Eastern Europe; 7-9 April, Kiev, Ukraine
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
Foundation for Democracy Initiatives and Sallux 7-9 of April held an international conference themed: "Sustainable development in Eastern Europe - security, cooperation based on Christian values”. The event took place in hotel "Verkhovyna" in Kyiv.
Newest Sallux publication: available now
Tuesday, April 11, 2017
During an event in the European Parliament the newest publication of Sallux Publishing has been presented. Sallux presents the the publication: Confederal Europe; Strong nations, strong Union!
International Lounge with impact
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
From 23 to 25 February Sallux and the World Evangelical Alliance hosted the International Lounge at the bi-annual Congress for Christian Leaders (Kongress Christliche Fuhrungskrafte 2017), this time in Nuremberg.
The Executive Order of President Trump
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
The whole Western world is currently debating the Executive Order that President Trump introduced Friday January 27. Johannes de Jong, Director of Sallux, made an objective review of the content of the Executive Order.
Sallux: Towards a Relational Europe!
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
In order to create a sharper profile of our organisation and to enhance the rebranding the Christian Political Foundation for Europe has changed its name to Sallux. The purpose is to become a better recognised organisation that ‘stands out in the crowd’.
Hope, help and empowerment for Iraqi Christians
Monday, November 28, 2016
FICDD, Christian Political Foundation for Europe, UPGO University and DTRC held a conference with 60 representatives of Chaldean-Syriac-Assyrian political parties, NGO’s, Women-organisations, Academics and young people.
Helsinki seminar day: "Faith and the EU"
Saturday, November 19, 2016
Last month, on the 19th of November, CPFE, in cooperation with the Finnish Christian Democrat party (KD) and the Schuman Centre for European studies, organised a seminar day in Helsinki called “Usko ja EU” (Faith and the EU). The main speakers were Jeff Fountain, Jonathan Chaplin, Sari Essayah and Anneli Portman. Mr. Laukkanen (MP KD) chaired the event.
TTIP: Economy should support life
Thursday, November 3, 2016
A lot has been said about free trade deals like CETA and TTIP. Issues that have not been raised are questions like: Is economic growth the only option and should it be prioritised above all else?
EES2016: “Business and Economics Promoting Justice, Integrity and Human Flourishing.”
Friday, September 9, 2016
The European Economic Summit (EES) is an invitation only event co-organised by Sallux in Amsterdam. This year we examined how new models can be used to promote justice, integrity and human flourishing in the times in which we live.
Christianity and the Future of our Societies
Friday, August 19, 2016
The Association of Reformational Philosophy (ARP) and Evangelische Theologische Faculteit (Evangelical Theological Faculty) Leuven organised this event in cooperation with the CPFE.
Sunday, June 19, 2016
To launch ‘First Impressions’ and to start a dialogue between Dutch citizens and newcomers, Verhalen van Vluchtelingen and First Impressions organised a special evening together within the theme of “first impressions” at 19 June in Amsterdam
Future of the Euro
Friday, June 10, 2016
As new tensions arise around the future of the eurozone it was the right moment to revisit the future of the Euro. The relevance of the topic became clear in the larger interest than expected when attendants defied the warm weather at 10 June in Utrecht, The Netherlands.
European Leadership Forum
Monday, May 23, 2016
The CPFE partnered in the politics track of the European Leadership Forum from 22 – 24 May in Wisla, Poland. The main focus was political engagement of Christians in Europe and the situation of the refugees and the situation in Syria and Iraq. The participants included civil society and church leaders who aim for an informed increased involvement in society.
"SEEK THE COMMON GOOD" - The State of Europe Forum 2016
Monday, May 9, 2016
"Europeans must rise above narrow horizons of national interest, seek the international common good and urge fellow citizens to do likewise", argued dr. Jonathan Chaplin at the State of Europe Forum in Amsterdam (May 8 & 9).
‘Virtuous business and youth unemployment’
Friday, April 22, 2016
Several leaders in business, civil society and politics took part in a lively discussion on youth unemployment and the role of ‘virtuous business’ at 21 April, London. Res Publica facilitated and organised this event in cooperation with Resurgo Trust and CPFE.
Roundtable 'Response to the Asylum Crisis along the refugee route'
Friday, February 19, 2016
Mr. Branislav Skripek MEP (ECR/Slovakia) opened the Roundtable by clearly admitting that so far politics had failed to produce a comprehensive or any other real workable solution for this crisis. He then went on to describe how the Slovakian government refused to give a place to more refugees. Finally he stressed the need to solve the crisis at the root of the problem which is primarily in Syria.
Thursday, January 28, 2016
‘Which Europe?’, a thought provoking evening hosted by Theos and CPFE. The event took place at 27 January 2016 in London.
Conference “Conscious Elections. Empowering local communities in Ukraine”
Friday, October 16, 2015
On October 12th – 15th, 2015 a conference “Conscious Elections. Empowering local communities in Ukraine by the the CPFE and the Ukrainian Students’ Association has been held in Ternopil, Ukraine.
European Economic Summit 2015: ‘We live in a world of relations and need mutuality in our economy’
Saturday, August 29, 2015
The CPFE is pleased to look back at a very successful continuation of the European Economic Summit. Between 26 and 28 August many CEO’s, politicians and religious and civil society leaders and representatives met in Amsterdam and delved into the theme ‘Relational Thinking and the Economics of Mutuality’.
European Leadership Forum
Wednesday, June 3, 2015
During the European Leadership Forum the CPFE provided the political track in the largest Evangelical leadership gathering in Europe.
Freedom through Debt Relief
Wednesday, May 13, 2015
At 13 May the CPFE presented its latest publication ‘Personal Freedom through Debt Relief’ in the Brussels Press Club. This publication reports on household indebtedness in Europe and how faith-based volunteer projects make a difference in getting people out of problematic indebtedness.
‘’Fear Not!” - the State of Europe Forum 2015 in Riga
Saturday, May 9, 2015
The Christian Political Foundation for Europe (CPFE) in partnership with the Schuman Centre for European Studies arranged on the 8 and 9 May in Riga, ‘’The State of Europe Forum’’.
International Lounge at Congress of Christian Leaders
Saturday, February 28, 2015
The CPFE in co-operation with the World Evangelical Alliance, hosted the International Lounge of the “Congress of Christian Leaders” (Kongress Christliche Führungskräfte (KCF)) that took place between 26 and 28 February 2015 in Hamburg, Germany. The Congress was attended by 3000 participants.
Report first ECPF General Assembly of Members
Friday, June 24, 2011
The ECPF can look back at its successful first General Assembly of Members after its official recognition by the European Parliament. This first Members Assembly took place at 24 June in the Romanian Parliament. The ECPF assembly was chaired by its president David Fieldsend who opened the meeting with a prayer and welcomed all present for this special moment for the ECPF.
Will the EU define marriage? Your action is needed!
Friday, March 18, 2011
Enforced EU-wide recognition of same-sex marriage? The ECPF wants to draw your attention to a report done by European Dignity Watch (www.europeandignitywatch.org) on a new proposal from the European Commission regarding the automatic recognition of civil status documents that could lead to a situation in which the EU member states will no longer define marriage.