Week of Meetings on Family Issues in Brazil

Week of Meetings on Family Issues in Brazil

During the second week on November 2017, the International Federation for Family Development (IFFD) co-organized with FamilyTalks (Brazil), the National Organization for the Development of the Family (ADEF) and the National Confederation of Family Organizations (CNEF) a series of events on family issues in Brasilia (at the National Parliament) and in Sao Paulo (at the main public and private entities of businessmen, educators, lawmakers and parents). The main goal of all of them was to raise awareness on the relevance of the Sustainable Development Agenda for the future of the country. + info: http://www.familyperspective....
Launching IFFD programs in Ghana

Launching IFFD programs in Ghana

After a long struggle to achieve the appropriate conditions for launching IFFD programs in Ghana, eventually the first promotional session of IFFD program ‘Married Love’ took place in Accra, on Sunday November 12. IFFD had the support of Henry and Patience Andoh, previously moderators of IFFD courses with NAFAD in Nigeria, now living in...
Training Course in Moscow

Training Course in Moscow

Академии семьи (Family Academy) organized a training course for future moderators of the Personal Project program, aimed at young people. The course covered topics such as happiness, freedom and human will. Belgian moderators Marina Robben and Karel Phlips led the training session, which took place on November 12 in...
15th National Conference in Nigeria

15th National Conference in Nigeria

On November 3, the Nigerian Association for Family Development (NAFAD), coordinator of IFFD courses in that country, held its 15th National Conference for moderators in Owerri, Eastern Nigeria. The moderators taking part discussed strategies for the expansion of courses and to increase the participation of parents in IFFD...
IFFD Paper 69. The intergenerational effect

IFFD Paper 69. The intergenerational effect

The number of children, adolescents and youth who are excluded from education fell steadily in the decade following 2000, but UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) data show that this progress essentially stopped in recent years. The total number of out-of-school children, adolescents and youth has remained nearly the same at around 264 million for the past three years. Some 61 million, or 23% of the total, are children of primary school age (about 6 to 11 years), 62 million, or 23% of the total, are adolescents of lower secondary school age (about 12 to 14 years), and 141 million, or 53% of the total, are youth of upper secondary school age (about 15 to 17 years) (herein children, adolescents and youth, respectively). Download Paper...