Family Enrichment

The primary mission of Family Enrichment is to provide parents with the tools they need to reach their full potential as educators of their children, and to develop their very own personal and family plan.

Family Perspective

IFFD works hard to make sure that the family perspective is taken into consideration by international organisms when making decisions and recommendations.

XX congress IFFD London

XX International Family Congress

London, October 18-20, 2019

IFFD will hold the twentieth edition of its International Family Congress from October 18-20, 2019 at the “QEII Centre” in London.

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IFFD in the General Assembly of the United Nations

IFFD took part in different events held in New York as part of the 72nd period of sessions of the General Assembly of the United Nations, which was inaugurated on September 12th

Formacion Amsterdam IFFD

The Netherlands

On September 2-3, several training sessions were held in Amsterdam. Leticia Rodríguez, director of Family Enrichment for IFFD, and Will Van Erp, director of Family Enrichment in the Netherlands, delivered a course to train new moderators.


IFFD Paper 67. Families and sustainable societies

Our project has been designed to generate comparative, in-depth, and scientifically grounded knowledge about family changes in Europe, their causes, and their consequences.


2nd Edition of Family Enrichment Holidays

IFFD organized in July the second edition of Family Enrichment Holidays (FEH 2017), establishing its position as a very important event for the training of international moderators and the promotion of IFFD courses, particularly in European countries. Nineteen families took part in this edition, from Family Enrichment centers in 13 countries on 4 continents

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First “Family Summer” in Slovakia

The first “Family Summer” took place from July 30 to August 6 in the holiday park “Orava” in the north of Slovakia, surrounded by beautiful mountains, with 20 families from Slovakia taking part (91 people in total).

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Publication on intergenerational relationships

The texts from the presentations and talks at the event “Intergenerational relations in an ageing world” are compiled in this publication.


IFFD Paper 66. Families in a changing society

The major trends regarding family patterns and structures over the past decades are well known in terms of delayed partnership formation, postponement of childbearing, low fertility, increasing prevalence of less committed relationships, high separation and divorce rates, increasing family diversity.


The International Federation for Family Development (IFFD) is a non-governmental, independent, and non-profit federation, whose primary mission is to support families through training.

IFFD programs are based on a participative methodology, the objective of which is to help parents to improve their relationships with their spouses and develop their child-rearing skills, in order to confront the daily challenges faced by families with confidence, flexibility and good humour.