On the 24th of November 2020, the German Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth organied an online event on “Overcoming COVID-19 – jointly developing prospects for strong families”, where representatives of the EU Trio Presidency
FAFCE is happy to invite you to its dialogue on "Recovery plan and family policies: investing in the future of Europe" with Katalin Novák, Hungarian Minister for Families, to be held on 10 December 2020 (12.00-13.00 CET). Please find below
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
FAFCE Board Resolution Family is the heart of the post-pandemic recovery Online Board Meeting, 10 November 2020 The future is only possible with children, and the post-pandemic recovery will only be possible with the family. The Federation of Catholic
FAFCE welcomes the recent answer to this question given by the European Committee of the Regions in an Opinion on “Demographic change: proposals on measuring and tackling its negative effects in the EU regions” adopted on October 14th, 2020.
On October 22nd, the European Parliament adopted a Resolution on “Employment and social policies of the Euro area 2020” which recognises the vital importance of families and offers specific improvements in four different areas, as described in following paragraphs.
FAFCE participation to the 2020 Economic Forum FAFCE is happy to be this year again among the partners of the Economic Forum, that will be held on the 8-10 September 2020 in Karpacz (Poland). On the 9 September
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
Is the European Union finally considering the demographic challenges in Europe? Over the last years, FAFCE has been raising awareness on the demographic challenges faced by European Countries: no EU Member State reaches the so-called replacement fertility rate of
Press Release | Demographic Challenges and Sustainable Development. A new chapter for Family Policies in Europe?
Brussels, 26 June 2020 “Family Associations are not a lobby group, they are not a trade union, they are not only a consumers’ association; they are, first and foremost, the voice of the family, the first basic community,