The EEA's Socio-Political Approach

Further languages follow soon.

The EEA's Code of Conduct

Further languages follow soon.

Matić – the good, the bad, and the ugly

On 24 June, the European Parliament adopted a report “on the situation of sexual and reproductive health and rights in the EU, in the frame of women’s health”[1].

Schuman Talks: EEA’s Brussels Office – What has been achieved?

On 9 June 2021, previous and current staff of the EEA Brussels staff was interviewed by one of its founding fathers, Jeff Fountain.

The Istanbul Convention is 10 years’ old – EEA Statement, June 2021

On 11th May 2021, Europe will mark the 10th anniversary of the signing of the so-called Istanbul Convention.

The EEA Brussels office in Corona times

Our social-political work in Brussels is a lot about building and maintaining relationships. Covid-19 is seriously limiting the ability to do so. So, how is the Brussels office dealing with the current situation?
Building and maintaining relationships with parliamentarians and their staff, with policy makers, and with the many non-governmental organisations working in Brussels, is crucial for the work of the EEA office in the European Union’s capital.

Doing politics “right”

This month, the European Evangelical Alliance is republishing 2 foundational documents which seek to answer these questions: EEA’s Socio-Political Approach. And the Socio-political Code of Conduct, which summarises the Approach in a few key principles.


Article on using violence against violence from Theological seminary Bienenberg