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Brussels, 28 October 2021 From the 25th to the 27th of October 2021, FAFCE Members from all over Europe gathered in Strasbourg, France, for 3 days of conference, exchanges and high-level meetings. Vincenzo Bassi, FAFCE's President, stated: "There can
On Thursday, May 13th, FAFCE hosted a webinar on the topic of “The Family: Antidote to Loneliness, Beyond the Pandemic”. The webinar engendered a lively discussion on the importance of the family as a force for cohesion, unity, and peace.
Family Associations and Former Students Commit Themselves to the Global Compact on Education as Proposed by Pope Francis Brussels, 6th of May 2021, On Tuesday, the 4th of May 2021, FAFCE and the European Union of Former Catholic School
UPDATE: The Committee on Petitions (PETI) and the European Commission both considered the Ley Celaa during their last meetings. In their presentations, the five petitioners presented arguments to protect the freedom of education in Spain. Meanwhile, the European Commission
News from our Members: discussions in Ireland on the introduction of euthanasia and assisted suicide
Brussels, 25 February 2021 Family Solidarity, our FAFCE Member in Ireland, recently presented a submission to the Committee on Justice of the Oireachtas (the National Parliament of the Republic of Ireland), targeting the law proposal “Dying with Dignity Bill 2020”,
1st February 2021 On the 27th of January 2021, FAFCE Members met online for an Informal Board Meeting. They shared their experience of 2020 and the initiatives they launched during this year, marked by the pandemic. Our associations
FAFCE WEBINAR on the EU recovery and its investment in the family: “Without families and family associations there is no future for Europe”
In cooperation with our Spanish member Foro de la Familia, FAFCE organised an online event on 3 December 2020 to discuss the EU Recovery plan and its investment in the family. The Webinar was hosted by Member of the
Ban on eugenic abortion in Poland: a crucial step to end discrimination against persons with disabilities
On the 22nd of October 2020, the Polish Constitutional Court ruled that abortion due to eugenic reasons was unconstitutional, as it was contrary to the protection of the dignity and the life of the human person, guaranteed by the
FAFCE held today its bi-annual Board Meeting, gathering representatives of Members Associations from all over Europe. Sharing the same concerns for the future of Europe after the pandemic, FAFCE Members adopted a Resolution on “Family is the heart of
Press Release | FAFCE’s President to EUCO Members: “Sustainable development only possible through demographic and family policies”
Brussels, 30 July 2020 Finding resources for family policies able to face the current demographic winter. This is the true challenge to make of the post-pandemic recovery a moment of regeneration for our Continent. This is the call made by the