Theology of Migration – Call for participants

  Young Christians develop a common theology of migration Deadline for receiving applications: 16th April 2017 midnight CET!   Are you confused about some churches engaging a lot in hosting migrants and others refusing to welcome non-Christians – both arguing based on the Bible? Are you ready to look at the theological foundations of migration and hospitality – even if that means questioning your attitudes and opinions? Do you believe that young people, not necessarily […] Read on →

27.03.2017 | Christophe Luyten | EYCE News

New Exco Member

The executive committee has a new spanish member. Javier Hernanz Flórez has been replaced by Jonatan Abad Ruiz, both from our member Iglesia Evangèlica Española: Hello, Im Jonathan  Abad.i am 27 years old,  i was born and raised in Madrid (Spain), i work for a non profit organization where i coordinate volunteers and some of the main project of the organization.I am memeber of the IEE ( Iglesia Evagélica Española) where i im charge of […] Read on →

13.02.2017 | Christophe Luyten | EYCE News

Training course “personal integrity and good leadership”

Do you want to become a youth leader ? Do you want to create safe environments for young people to explore their identities, and educate them in acceptance and understanding of others?    EYCE invite you to join the training course “Personal integrity and good leadership”. The aim of the training course is empowering young leaders to find their personal integrity and to provide them with tools to multiply this knowledge among young people in their […] Read on →

14.09.2016 | Christophe Luyten | EYCE News

Deadline extended to the 3nd July 2016 – Training course “People in Poverty : Part of the bigger picture”

“The level of injustice is shocking, and something needs to be done…“ Lisbon, Portugal 21st – 28th August 2016   QUESTIONS Are you brave enough to stand up for those who are unable to stand up for themselves? Do you want to explore different methods of Advocacy? Are you passionate about social justice and equality in the European society? Can you see the real life examples of poverty in Europe? Are you interested how one’s […] Read on →

25.05.2016 | Christophe Luyten | EYCE News

Call for Online Magazine “See. Act. Change.” – Issue 4

Contribute to our EYCE’s Campaign Magazine. The fourth issue is planned for the 31st May 2016. Read on →

15.04.2016 | Christophe Luyten | EYCE News

Join the International Planning Committee for “People in Poverty”!

  EYCE is preparing the international activity “People in Poverty: Part of the Bigger Picture?”, which will take place in Lisbon, Portugal from 22nd – 28th of August 2016. Deadline for receiving applications: 3rd of april 2016   QUESTIONS ?  The level of injustice within social status is shocking, and something needs to be done. Are you brave enough to stand up for those who are unable to stand up for themselves? Do you want to explore […] Read on →

15.03.2016 | Christophe Luyten | EYCE News

Training course “Cut the Prejudice !”

Different religious traditions through the lens of a camera Berlin, Germany, 11th – 17th April 2016 DID YOU KNOW? The word “fundamentalism” was first used in 1909 by the American protestant church to denote faith foundations priority against the opening to the modern society of the church itself; Religions themselves can be sources of expressions and sentiments of prejudice, even though they promote human values of love and tolerance; Today  religion is increasingly  used as a […] Read on →

15.02.2016 | Christophe Luyten | EYCE News

Study session “Let’s talk about Sexuality” in Budapest

    Ecumenical Youth Council in Europe (EYCE) and World Student Christian Federation – Europe (WSCF-E) invite you to apply for the Study Session “Let´s Talk about Sexuality – The Explosive Power of Taboo Subjects” that will take place at the European Youth Centre in Budapest, 8-15th May 2016. This Study Session will explore the issues related to broadly understood sexuality, providing special space for the Christian understandings of the theme. It will critically address […] Read on →

12.02.2016 | Christophe Luyten | EYCE News

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