ENPP has one more member: the Municipality of Alcañices (Spain) decided unanimously in the Town Hall Plenary to join the Network last June 30, thus increasing to 10 the number of European countries that integrate it.
The city of Zadar, Croatia was included in the list of Cultural Heritage of UNESCO at the 41st Assembly of this United Nations organization held in the Polish city of Krakow.
The delegations from several European countries had the opportunity to contact with Portuguese reality (and the Alentejo way of welcoming people).
The European Network of Places of Peace (ENPP) condemns the attacks in Manchester and Egypt. Targeting the vulnerable and innocent youth by the terrorist is despicable. It is a cowardly act without any moral justification. The ENPP stands with the parents, relatives and friends of the victims and expresses solidarity with the British people and […]
Portuguese MEP Carlos Zorrinho was present at the 10th ENPP meeting and dedicated his weekly chronicle entitled “Places of Peace” in the Portuguese newspaper “Diário do Sul” . In his chronicle MEP Carlos Zorrinho states that “when addressing the participants I stressed at the meeting my conviction that besides speeches and appeals for institutional relations […]