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20th Anniversary of the Federation of Catholic Family Associations in Europe Sala Clementina, Vatican, 1st of June 2017 Address of the President of FAFCE, Mr Antoine Renard: Holy Father, It is with deep gratitude that the members of
Brussels, 24 May 2017 The members of the European Federation of Catholic Family Associations - FAFCE will gather in Rome for three days next week to celebrate the 20th anniversary of FAFCE. The highlight of the celebration will be
In Ireland a Citizens’ Assembly is preparing a report on the abortion ban in the country. A public consultation launched by the Assembly received more than 13,500 submissions, of which an overwhelming majority supported the prohibition of abortion.
Open Letter to Dr Joseph Muscat, Prime Minister of Malta Dr Helena Dalli, Minister for Social Dialogue, Consumers Affairs and Civil Liberties Mr Simon Busuttil, Leader of the Opposition Brussels - Valletta, 22 December 2016 Excellences, Honourable Member
Teresa Kapela Związek Dużych Rodzin ''Trzy Plus'' – ZDR3+ Family policy in Poland has only about 10 years. Previously, in the enthusiastic context of the fall of the communism, every attempt to talk about family policy was considered
Family policy in Poland has only about 10 years. Family associations were a strong support to family policies.
Family definition to be changed in Romanian Constitution: The constitutional amendment proposal has been filed with the Romanian Senate on Monday, 23rd May 2016
The Romanian Coalition for Family, an umbrella structure that gathers dozens of organisations that promote family values, including FAFCE’s Member Association of Catholic Families Vladimir Ghika, has presented a proposal for an amendment of the Constitution aimed at clarifying the
On 12 and 13 April, members of the Federation of Catholic Family Associations in Europe (FAFCE) came together for their Board Meeting. This time under the protection of Our Lady of Fátima, where the meeting took place. On
Strasbourg, 20 May 2015 Friday 22 May the Irish people is called to vote in a referendum on a possible amendment of the Constitution, which if adopted would redefine marriage from a legal point of view. If the constitutional
After the successful referendum held in Croatia in 2013, which amended the Constitution with a provision defining marriage as beingthe union between a man and a woman, we expect to see the same thing happen in Slovakia in