FAFCE’s contribution seeks to offer to the Commission a comprehensive and cross-cutting legal framework for addressing all forms of online child sexual abuse and proposes five specific policies. Overall, the online protection of children must be a top priority of the European Union, in order to create a welcoming environment where children can learn, play, and have access to useful services while fully protected from the dreadful risks of online abuse.
INVITATION | FAFCE – UNAEC-Europe Joint Webinar on “Family and Education: Seeds of Hope – Europeans and the Global Compact on Education” (4 May 2021 17.00 – 18.15 CET)
WEBINAR INVITATION FAFCE – UNAEC-Europe Joint Webinar Family and Education: Seeds of Hope Europeans and the Global Compact on Education 4 May
UPDATE: The Committee on Petitions (PETI) and the European Commission both considered the Ley Celaa during their last meetings. In their
"The proposed law moves to restrict the practice only for those children whose births are considered by the bill’s proponents as outside Russia’s national interest. While it is important that Russia is taking a step toward outlawing an exploitative and medically risky practice, it does so without taking a moral stance against surrogacy."