Each person must have the free choice of life path as a function of his/her family’s needs

F.E.F.A.F. requests from National Governments, Decision-making Bodies of the European Union, and the UN

  1. The recognition of the human, social and economic value of “family-based work” - of attention, care and education - carried out at home toward a dependent relative: “CARE
  2. for those who carry out this unremunerated CARE: a social statute of their own
    • to confer on them dignity and citizenship based on human and economic values;
    • to ensure them of social rights ( not linked to a statute of remunerated work) whilst upholding established rights
    • to reduce the risk of poverty and precariousness to which they are exposed.
  3. a family policy guaranteeing the rights of families and children, taking into account the needs and lifecycles of parents and children
  4. collecting data in national and European statistics on At Home Women/Men, “carers”, and the needs of families and of each of their members
  5. the possibility of a true civil dialogue by giving European NGOs adequate legal and financial means