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AEPL Report "Religion and the EU's external policies

Published on 01/01/2021

Religion and the EU's external policies. A critical analysis. Summary. The European Free Thought Association has noted with interest the document drawn up by the European Parliament's Research Service on the links between the EU's external policies and...

AEPL report "Governance of AI".

Published on 15/06/2020

For better European governance of Artificial Intelligence. The European Union wants: AI that puts people and citizens first; technologies that are reliable and therefore trustworthy; to put these technologies at the service of a society...

AEPL "Future of Work" report

Published on 01/07/2019

EUROPEAN UNION: DIGITAL TRANSITION, WORK, EMPLOYMENT AND NEW FORMS OF SOLIDARITY. Claude WACHTELEAR and Eric MAERTENS, coordinators of the Working Group The spread of digital technologies and its effects cover various fields: ethics, education, culture, work. AEPL is well aware that there are links...

AEPL report "A more secular Europe? A plea for vigilant pragmatism".

Published on 09/02/2019

Public conference "Secularism: a new idea in Europe? "Paris, 9 February 2019 Claude Wachtelaer, President of the Association européenne de la Pensée libre (AEPL) The question that brings us together may come as a surprise. Why is the notion of secularism - and, in Paris,...

AEPL report "L'Europe Autrement" (Europe Otherwise)

Published on 18/04/2018

The document "Europe autrement - de la nécessité de refonder l'Europe" (Europe differently - the need to rethink Europe) is the result of a consultation process that lasted almost two years with AEPL members. In it, they express their views on the future of a European Union capable of...

AEPL report "An impartial state

Published on 21/10/2017

Lecture presented by Claude WACHTELAER at the Congress of Secularism (Kongres Świeckości), Warsaw, 21 & 22 October 2017. I have been asked to present the Belgian and Dutch models of church-state relations. I will start by...

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