IFFD in the General Assembly of the United Nations

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. Our presence in this cycle of sessions allows us to transmit to relevant people in the different organisms the main concerns of the families we train around the world. In this document, shared with the government delegations during the opening of the General Assembly, we gathered the main messages from the six events which we’ve organized this year, based around the Objective of Sustainable Development number 4, regarding education. Link to PDF: http://www.familyperspective.org/FF2017.pdf...
The Netherlands

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. In the same city, Leticia Rodríguez gave a training session for young coordinators of the Personal Project program. And a third training session took place for promotors of IFFD programs in the cities of Amsterdam, Utrecht, Tilburg and...
IFFD Paper 67. Families and sustainable societies

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. It aims to improve the understanding of the complexity, the pace, the range, and the direction of these changes, and to distinguish and explain differences and similarities in family development and lifecourse transitions across Europe and within European nations. It furthermore seeks to elicit the linkages between policies and family dynamics, family diversity, and family trajectories, nationally and...