Statements

  • FICE Declaration of Sarajevo. Article I: FICE is committed to the rights of children, their participation in all affairs and takes the special interests of young girls and boys into consideration…read more
  • STATEMENT OF THE PARTICIPANTS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE UNDER THE PROJECT „TOGETHER AGAINST VIOLENCE”. WE, THE PARTICIPANTS IN THE CONFERENCE, HAVE RESOLVED TO UNITE
    AROUND THE FOLLOWING RECOMMENDATIONS, RELATED TO THE PREVENTION OF THE PERPETRATION OF VIOLENCE BY CHILDREN: 1.The work with the family and… read more
  • Statement about the situation in Syria. Dear colleagues, dear families: parents and children of Syria, FICE-International members from all over the world are shocked by the information, published in UN’s 72-page report Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Syrian Arab Republic, issued on February 23, 2012, outlining the case that during the Syrian uprising the country’s regime has committed “gross human rights violations” and that “such violations originated from policies and directives issued at the highest levels of the armed forces and the Government.” read more
  • Statement from the conference “Back to Childhood – Good Practices for Work with Unaccompanied Refugee Children”, 15.10,2015, Sofia, Bulgaria, We, the participants in the conference, have resolved to unite around the following recommendations, related to the professional support and care for Unaccompanied Refugee children and young people: 1. The Unaccompanied Refugee children are children at high risk situation… Read more
  •  “FICE Standards Developed by Young Care Leavers” adopted by the participants in the 33rd FICE Congress and 2nd CYC World Conference. – Read here
  • Communiqué on the Situation of Unaccompanied Refugee Children, adopted at the 33rd FICE Congress, 22nd – 25th August, Vienna, Austria
    The Members of FICE International would like to express their concern on the situation of the particularly vulnerable group of unaccompanied children. The current situation in many countries shows that unfortunately these children are often seen first as migrants and thus denied their legitimate rights and access to the special protective measures for minors. Such treatment is in violation of fundamental principles and of all relevant conventions. Read in English / Deutsch
  • FICE International statement on Group Care for Children and Adolescents                                  Since its creation in 1948 under the auspices of UNESCO, FICE International (currently comprised of representatives from over 30 nations) has been working on developing andimproving group care services for children and adolescents in need of out-of-home care. Foralmost 70 years, FICE has worked towards better fulfillment of the rights of childrenwherever in the world they may be. Read here