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BIC Reacts to the IV Brussels Conference on Syria

Submitted by Elisa Cherry on Wed, 07/01/2020 - 16:15

The fourth Brussels Conference, hosted by the European Union in partnership with the United Nations on Supporting the Future of Syria and the Region, convened from 22 to 30 June 2020 finishing with a high-level Ministerial Conference in which representatives from UN Member States, as well as international organizations and civil society, discussed the need for political solutions in the Syrian conflict.

Press Release : The BIC as a Supporter and VIP Contributor at the online "2020 Transatlantic Security Jam: securing the Post-COVID Future"

Submitted by BIC on Mon, 05/18/2020 - 13:20

 

From 12 to 14 May 2020, the Brussels International Center collaborated with Friends of Europe in a three-day virtual global brainstorm on international security challenges, hosted by IBM and coordinated by The Partnership for Peace Consortium.  

 

Een islamitische kijk op besmettelijke ziektes ( Coronavirus als voorbeeld ) en Hoe juiste islamitische denkbeelden kunnen bijdragen tot het bevorderen van volksgezondheid en het welzijn ( Dutch)

Sinds het uitbreken van het nieuwe Coronavirus in de stad Wuhan in  China ,  eind december 2019 ; zijn de gesprekken en debatten over het coronavirus wereldwijd en ook hier bij ons in België ,  niet meer weg te denken . Het gaat  zelfs zover ,  dat het impact ( Sociaal-economisch , Fysisch –Psychisch en ja zelfs Menselijk en Religieus ) overweldigend is.

 

Between Regime Oppression and a Sedentary European Union: Insights into Artists and Human Rights Violations in Turkey

At a Glance:

Human rights violations have been ongoing in Turkey for decades, bolstered through an unjust legal system that results in the systemic grievances that the EU has failed to properly address. This report finds that these violations disproportionately impact artists, academics, lawyers and activists who express opposition against the regime.