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MORE HEALTH, MORE EUROPE OF CITIZENS, MORE EUROPE OF PEACE

The COVID-19 epidemic spread across Europe and the world, infecting millions of people and reaching hundreds of thousands of fatalities. During the most severe period of the pandemic, life stopped in most European countries with profound restrictions on the movement of people, confinements at home, commercial and industrial activity and social life reduced to historic […]

Association of Altranstädt (Germany) distributes community masks

The members of the Association for the Promotion of Altranstädt Castle (Förderverein Schloß Altranstädt e.V.) in Germany, a founding member of ENPP, distributed more than 200 community masks produced by their own means to the local population. The masks were fully sewn by the ladies who are members of the Association and all of them […]

MEETING OF ENPP BY VIDEOCONFERENCE

On 24th of April, the members of European Network of Places of Peace met by videoconference to discuss various issues related to the present and future activity of the Network, with the participation of representatives of the Network’s locations in Portugal, Germany, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Bulgaria and Romania. The members of the Network unanimously approved […]

German scientific publication refers to ENPP

A German scientific publication, edited by the Leibniz Institute for European History, based in the city of Mainz (Germany), refers to our Association in an article by Prof. Martin Peters under the title “Places of peace in Europe – Reflections on a topography of pre-modern peace agreements”. On page 34 of this scientific article that […]

TARTU (ESTONIA) CELEBRATES 100 YEARS OF ITS TREATY OF PEACE

The city of Tartu, Estonia, is celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Peace Treaty signed with Russia in the city on February 2, 1920 and which recognized the independence of the Republic of Estonia, ended the War of Independence and paved the way for the international recognition of Estonia. The first ceasefire proposal between Estonia […]

National Geographic refers to ENPP

The celebrated photo taken in Evoramonte, Portugal by the astrophotographer Miguel Claro (Dark Sky Alqueva, Portugal) has now received a new distinction when it is published in the January 2020 edition of the prestigious National Geographic magazine, Portuguese edition, in its section “Visions”. In the text accompanying the photo published by National Geographic magazine (hereinafter […]

ENPP PRESENT AT OSI GENEVE FORUM

ENPP was present today at the OSI Geneva Forum held at the United Nations building in the Swiss capital. OSI NGO is a Special Consultative Status to Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. ENPP presentation took place during the 6th Annual International Conference on Travel and Sustainable Tourism for Peace and Development and […]

Altranstädt (Germany) celebrated Poppy Day 2019

Following a tradition of several years, the Association for the Promotion of Altranstädt Castle (Saxony, Germany), founding member of ENPP, celebrated the 11 November  known as “Poppy Day” which marks the end of the First World War in 1918. Members of the Association placed a wreath of white carnations and red poppies in the Memorial […]

PROF. DIOGO FREITAS DO AMARAL DIED TODAY MORNING

Professor Doctor DIOGO FREITAS DO AMARAL died today in Lisbon, at the Hospital where he was hospitalized for days and a victim of prolonged illness. The disappearance of Prof. Dr. Diogo Freitas do Amaral is a big loss for ENPP because since 2007 we started this project we have always had his support, strength and […]