Forum delle associazioni familiari (FORUM)
The Forum of Family Associations (Forum) is an Italian association founded in 1992 with the aim of promoting the family as a social subject.
The Forum is a second level association, that is, those who compose it are, in turn, associations. Thanks to its regional and provincial branches, it aims to act as a spur to politics at all levels and to improve the conditions of Italian families.
On the European level, the Forum of Family Associations has joined the Federation of Catholic Family Associations in Europe (FAFCE).
Lungotevere dei Vallati No. 10, Roma 00186 Italy
Phone: +39 06 68309445
Fax: +39 06 45405740
The Federation of Catholic Family Associations in Europe celebrates this year its 25th anniversary with Pope Francis in Rome. We are therefore happy to invite you to a conference on Click here to
16 May 2022, On the 25th of April 2022, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) adopted a Resolution “For an assessment of the means and provisions to combat children's exposure to
The 15th of May, is the International Day of Families. FAFCE President, Vincenzo Bassi, declares: “This is a special occasion to say thank you to our families, to all its members. It is a precious moment to highlight the hidden and priceless work of many fathers and mothers and the contribution of our families and family networks to the social cohesion of our communities.
PRESS RELEASE | FAFCE Board: Families and family associations, builders of peace Vác, 6 May 2022 FAFCE Board gathered in the city of Vác (Hungary), from the 4th to the 6th of May.
FAFCE Board Resolution Vác (Hungary), 6 May 2022 Families and family associations are builders of peace Echoing the FAFCE event on the 13th of May 2021 on “The Family: Antidote to Loneliness, Beyond the
FAFCE Dialogue #5 with Milan Krajniak, Minister of Labour, Social Affairs and Family of the Slovak Republic
27 April 2022, Last Monday, FAFCE organised the fifth edition of its FAFCE Dialogues, a series of dialogues in which FAFCE President, Vincenzo Bassi, exchanges with national Ministers responsible for family on the question