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Meeting of The Marist Foundation with the International Catholic Office for the Child

09/02/2019: France

To "forward articulation and exchange with external networks and with other civil and ecclesiastic institutions": this is one of the strategies foreseen by the General Administration for the period 2017 - 2025.  

It is from here that FMSI (Marist Foundation for International Solidarity) has continued to advance in articulation with the International Catholic Office for the Child (BICE). Between the 28th and 30th of January the Administration Meeting took place in Paris. One of the most significant points was the definition of the strategic Plan 2019 - 2022. It means to highlight the thematic priorities which are: education, prevention of sexual abuse, resilience and incapacity.  

BICE consists of a wide network of Catholic organizations that work particularly in France, Latin America, Eastern Europe, francophone Africa and Asia.  

The coordination with the Marist Institute, through FMSI, has forwarded the consolidation of national alliances among organizations interested in promoting the rights of the child (Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Guatemala). Also, to carry on the formation, it has more than enough resilience tutors for new places such as Lebanon, Syria, Andalusia (Spain), Haiti and, now also, in South Africa.  

This is a very concrete form of continuing to promote the rights of the child together with others throughout the world.

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