Family & Work-life balance
Working parents are often struggling to achieve the balance between work and their family life.
Family-policies need to ensure an efficient work-life balance by providing paid leaves to parents and carers, accessible and affordable childcare facilities, and flexible working arrangements.
Above all, parents should be granted the freedom to decide how they want to organise their work-life balance.
18 June 2021 Between the 9th and 12th of June, the Holy See’s Dicastery for Laity, Family, and Life hosted an online forum on the topic, "Where are we with Amoris Laetitia? Strategies for the
PRESS RELEASE | FAFCE Webinar on “Family work-life balance in times of demographic changes” calls to invest in families and equal opportunities for parents
Webinar on “Family work-life balance in times of demographic changes: a tool for intergenerational solidarity” A call to invest in families and equal opportunities for parents 3rd of June 2021, Following the International Day of Parents, FAFCE
EU Parliament Approves Initiative on “Reversing demographic trends in EU regions using cohesion policy instruments”
25 May 2021, On Thursday, 20 May 2021, the European Parliament adopted a report on “Reversing demographic trends in EU regions using cohesion policy instruments" (Rapporteur: Daniel Buda, EPP, Romania). The report marks an positive step towards a more
INVITATION | FAFCE Webinar on “Family work-life balance in times of demographic change: a tool to support intergenerational solidarity” (2 June 2021, 13.00 – 15.00 CEST)
The Federation of Catholic Family Associations in Europe is happy to invite you to a webinar on Family Work-Life Balance in Times of Demographic Change a Tool to Support Intergenerational Solidarity 2nd of June 2021 13.00 - 15.00 CEST
INVITATION | European Sunday Alliance Webinar on ‘The right to disconnect and the need for a European weekly common day of rest’ (Tuesday, 1 June 2021 at 13:00-14:00 CEST)
The Steering Group of the European Sunday Alliance invites you to its Webinar on "The right to disconnect and the need for a European weekly common day of rest” Tuesday 1st of June 2021 13:00-14:00 CEST via Zoom – in
Brussels, 12 May 2021 On March 24th, 2021, the European Commission published its proposal for a European Child Guarantee, a key part of the European Union’s effort to eliminate child poverty and social exclusion. A previous FAFCE article detailed
INVITATION | FAFCE Webinar on “The Family: antidote to loneliness, beyond the pandemic” (13 May 2021, 17.00 – 18.15 CEST)
The Federation of Catholic Family Associations in Europe (FAFCE) is happy to invite you to a webinar on The Family: antidote to loneliness, beyond the pandemic 13 May 2021 (17.00 - 18.15 CEST) - (18.00 - 19.15
A holistic integration of the insights of the Papal Encyclical Laudato Si' into society naturally results in the creation of family policies...Pope Francis’s warning about the dissolution of social bonds constitutes a central current of Laudato Si'. He writes, “the growth of the past two centuries has not always led to an integral development and an improvement in the quality of life. Some of these signs are also symptomatic of real social decline, the silent rupture of the bonds of integration and social cohesion” ( paragraph 46). Family is an indispensable tool of social inclusion and cohesion. Strong families build strong communities, and strong communities protect and empower children to become responsible and impactful citizens that will respect our shared planet as a shared home.
Brussels, 3 March 2021 On the European Day for a work-free Sunday, FAFCE recalls the need for a weekly common day of rest, crucial for the social cohesion of our communities and the intergenerational bond within families. FAFCE is
INVITATION | FAFCE-COMECE joint Webinar on “The Elderly and the Future of Europe” (1st March 2021, 15.00 – 16.15 CET)
Following the publication of a joint Reflexion Paper on "The Elderly and the Future of Europe", the Federation of Catholic Family Associations in Europe (FAFCE) and the Conference Commission of the Bishops' Conferences of the European Union (COMECE) are