Jesuit European Social Centre (JESC)

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Contact Details

URL: http://www.jesc.eu/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jescweb
Twitter: https://twitter.com/EuropeanJesuit
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0VE0XXktuoo4s90u5WuAWA

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Founded

1956-12-11 Strasbourg France

History

Founded 11 Dec 1956, Strasbourg (France), by the Bishop of Strasbourg, at the request of the laity, following foundation, 6 Nov 1949, of Catholic Secretariat for European Problems – Secrétariat catholique pour les problèmes européens (SCPE). Original title Catholic European Study and Information Centre – Office catholique d'information et d'initiative pour l'Europe (OCIPE) – Katholisches Sekretariat für Europäische Fragen – Europai Katolikus Informaciós Központ – Katolickie Biuro Informacji i Inicjatyw Europejskich. Subsequent title: Jesuit European Office - OCIPE. Current title adopted Jan 2012. Registered in accordance with French law, Strasbourg. Offices in Strasbourg, Brussels (Belgium), Budapest (Hungary) and Warsaw (Poland). EU Transparency Register: 73391376305-20.

Aims

Promote reflection and engage in dialogue and advocacy on: political, social and economic problems dealt with by the European Union and the Council of Europe; ethical and spiritual problems arising from society's responsibility for its citizens, especially developing countries and the environment, with a special concern for relations between the EU and Africa; cultural and spiritual problems which concern human values such as peace, justice and human dignity. Serve as a centre for European initiatives which seeks to establish links between Christian organizations and European institutions, support European unification and act as a critical voice in its development.

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Structure

Directed by R-XR1677 - Society of Jesus (SJ).

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UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 12: Responsible Consumption and Production

UIA Org ID

XE0640

Last News

2020

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