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This conference is the 2016 annual conference of the European Conference for Binational/Bicultural relationships network. This year's conference "Take a stand in Europe for binational couples" will take place on October 1 & 2 in Paris and will be hosted by Les Amoureux au ban public, our President association.

We invite you all to join our workshops and debates to discuss about the defence of binational couples' rights in Europe!

For more information, check out the Facebook event or our brochure (in French)


"When any society says that I cannot marry a certain person,
that society has cut 
off a segment of my freedom."
- Martin Luther King, Jr., June 25, 1958


Mildred and Richard Loving at a press conference after the Supreme Court ruled in their favor in June , 1967. (Photo: Getty Images)For the first time, on June 12th 1967, the ruling in Loving v. Virginia finally brought an end to the interdiction of interracial marriages, while the Supreme Court recognized a marriage between an afro American woman and a Caucasian man.

The Loving couple's struggle made history forty-nine years later, when the Loving Day bacome one of the biggest multiracial celebrations in the United States.
 Throught the last years, the Loving Day has been celebrated on
 June 12th all around the world, mainly in the United States and Europe, where The Netherlands took the initiative.

In this article offer you an overview of the various events organized in Europe, in particular those organized by the associations members of the  European Conference of Binational/bicultural relationships (ECB).  


Welcome to the European Conference of Binational/Bicultural Relationships' website.

We are working hard to create more content for you. Please check frequently this new website if you want to now the lastest news about our Conference and about binational-bicultural couples.

They will be coming soon !


The European Conference of Binational/Bicultural relationships Team