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Bioethics

“This bioethics will not begin with a consideration of sickness and death in order to reach an understanding of the meaning of life and the worth of the individual – Pope Francis saidRather, it will begin with a profound belief in the irrevocable dignity of the human person, as loved by God – the dignity of each person, in every phase and condition of existence – as it seeks out those forms of love and care that are concerned for the vulnerability and frailty of each individual”.

FAFCE Prepares for Spring Board Meeting

May 8th, 2024|

Brussels, 8th May 2024 On the 14th May, FAFCE's staff, board, representatives from incoming members and present members will congregate for their Spring Board Meeting. FAFCE's Czech member organisation, the Family Union, will host

FAFCE co-hosts conference on the family in the Netherlands

April 25th, 2024|

Brussels, 25th April 2024 On Monday FAFCE co-hosted a conference in the Netherlands on family policy and the European Union. Co-organised by FAFCE member Family Platform (Gezinsplatform) and the Growing Up Symposium (Opgroeisympsosium), the

Solidarity Between Generations – FAFCE Supports AGE Campaign

April 25th, 2024|

Brussels, 25th April 2024 Today AGE Platform Europe launched a campaign ahead of the European Day of Solidarity between Generations on the 29th of April. The Day, initiated by AGE, promotes intergenerational dialogue and

FAFCE 2024 Spring Board Resolution I Integral human ecology needs at its core the recognition of the family

May 15th, 2024|

Brno, 15th May 2024 The Federation of Catholic Family Associations in Europe (FAFCE) invites all candidates to the European Parliament elections, European institutions and all national governments to put families at the centre. There is no possible protection of

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