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These are the Briefing papers since October 2000



Belarus
& Ukraine
10 The Religious Situation in Belarus in 2002 (Apr 2002) (pdf)
Conference
April 2011
58 Similar Origins, Different Outcomes: Religion in Ukraine and Belarus (pdf)
59 EU Neighbourhood Policy as it affects Ukraine and Belarus (pdf)
60 Can Churches Contribute to Overcoming Divisions in Europe? (April 2011) (pdf)
61 Chernobyl Children's Project and its Projects in Belarus (pdf)
62 The Borderland of Faith - Ukraine? (April 2011) (pdf)
63 Summing Up and Looking Forward (pdf)
Bosnia-Herzogovina03 Bosnia-Herzogovina in 2001 (Oct 2000) (pdf)
Bulgaria76 Religious Pluralism and the European Court of Human Rights: Insights from the Cases of Bulgaria and Romania (Oct 2012) (pdf)
Central Asia18 Current situation in former Soviet Central Asian Republics (Jan 2004) (pdf)
Croatia19 Religious legislation in Croatia and the Catholic Church (Apr 2004) (pdf)
European Union07 EU Expansion: a Mainly Political Perspective (Oct 2001) (pdf)
08 Eastern Europe's Churches and the Challenge of E.U. integration (Oct 2001) (pdf)
16 The Impact of prospective EU entry on the Cultural, Social, Political and Economic situation in Central Europe (Apr 2003) (pdf)
22 The Greek ID Cards conflict: a case study on Religion and National Identity against the challenges of increasing EU integration and pluralism (Jan 2005) (pdf)
35 Is the Expanded EU More Receptive to Christian Voices? (Jul 2007, updated March 2008) (pdf)
38 The Future of Mission in Europe (Jan 2008) (pdf)
41 Religion and the European Union: Identity, Politics, Law, Lobbies (June 2009) (pdf)
59 EU Neighbourhood Policy as it Affects Ukraine and Belarus (April 2011) (pdf)
78 Where do we think the EU might be going; and will Britain go there too? (Jan 2013) (pdf)
Europe (general)01 Changes in Europe and Britain (Oct 2000) (pdf)
05 Peace and Reconciliation in Europe (Sep 2001) (pdf)
21 Welfare and Religion in a European Perspective: Introduction to a Europe-Wide Research Project (Jan 2005) (pdf)
28 The work of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) on religious freedom (April 2006) (pdf)
  The Challenges of Sibiu to the Churches and to Faith in Europe (Jan 2008) (pdf)
38 The Future of Mission in Europe(Jan 2008) (pdf)
39Church Twinning & Partnership (June-July 2008)
49 Summary of the Presentations and Discussions at the Faith in Europe Conference 'European Identity: "Who Do We Think We Are?" (March 2010) (pdf)
50 'Europe' in an Era of Bureaucratisation and the Intensification of Identity (March 2010) (pdf)
60 Can Churches Contribute to Overcoming Divisions in Europe? (April 2011) (pdf)
80 Reports from the Symposium 'With What Will You Save the World?' at Scottish Churches' House, Dunblane, 19-20 October 2005 (pdf)
84Recent Developments and Overall Trends in the Relationship between Religion, Law and State in Europe (Jan 2014) (pdf)
Finland 54 Lutherans and Orthodox in Finland: Ecumenical Dialogue and Cooperation between two Established Churches (July 2010) (pdf)
Germany 66 Jews in Europe Since 1989: Focus on Germany (January 2012) (pdf)
Greece22 The Greek ID Cards conflict: a case study on Religion and National Identity against the challenges of increasing EU integration and pluralism (Jan 2005) (pdf)
23 Current Greek Orthodox attitudes to Ecumenical Relations (Jan 2005) (pdf)
67 Orthodox Social Service and the role of the Orthodox Church in the Greek Economic Crisis (April 2012) (pdf)
Ireland 45 Why did Ireland Reject the Lisbon Treaty in 2008 (June 2009) (pdf)
46 Ireland and the EU after the Lisbon Treaty Referendum (July 2009) (pdf)
47 Ireland and the EU: Gift Horse or Trojan Horse? (July 2009) (pdf)
Kosovo20 The current situation in Kosovo (Apr 2004) (pdf)
42 Kosovo: the Background and Current Situation (January 2009) (pdf)
43 Kosovo: the Role of Religion in the Current Situation (January 2009) (pdf)
Latvia 56 Churches European Rural Network Visit to Latvia (July 2010) (pdf)
North Caucasus04 The North Caucasus: Working for Peace and Healing (Oct 2000) (pdf)
Poland 74 Civil Society in Postcommunist Poland (October 2012) (pdf)
69 The current attitude of Catholics in Poland to Europan Integration (Jul 2012) (pdf)
Romania15 Building bridges with people in Romania (Jan 2003) (pdf)
  The future of the Romanian Orthodox Church in the European Union (Apr 2005) (pdf)
24 The importance of dialogue for the Evangelical Churches in Romania in the context of the expansion of the European Union (Apr 2005) (pdf)
64 Romania: In the Shadow of the Past (July 2012) (pdf)
65 The Romanian Orthodox Church: Relations with the State and with other Orthodox Churches (July 2012) (pdf)
68 Churches European Rural Network Visit to Romania, October 2011 (July 2012) (pdf)
76 Religious Pluralism and the European Court of Human Rights: Insights from the Cases of Bulgaria and Romania (Oct 2012) (pdf)
Russia02 Helping Russian Orthodox Renewal (Oct 2000) (pdf)
29 Current extremist tendencies in and around the Moscow Patriarchate (June 2006) (pdf)
30 Current Developments in the Relationship between the Moscow Patriarchate and the Russian Orthodox Diocese in the UK (June 2006) (pdf)
33 The Russian Orthodox Church and Human Rights: Moscow Meeting (March 2007) (pdf)
44 Russia: its Current Political and Economic Situation and its Geopolitical Position, including its Position on the EU (April 2009) (pdf)
71 Roman Catholic, Anglican and Russian Orthodox Views on Civil Society and Recent Church-Related Civil Society Developments in Russia (October 2012) (pdf)
81 Karelia and Kamchatka (July 2013) (pdf)
82Radicalism or Reconciliation in Russia? - focusing on Religion in the North Caucasus (July 2013) (pdf)
Sweden 55 Ecumenical Activity in Sweden (July 2010) (pdf)
Turkey27 Religion, State and Society in Turkey in the light of Turkey's proposed accession to the European Union (Jan 2006) (pdf)
Ukraine 09 Ukraine in 2002 (Apr 2002) (pdf)
Also, see under Belarus, above

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