Dear asfaneros, soon we will have the XIII National Congress of Large Families. We share the article that the FEFN has written for your information. If you want to participate, please contact us.
Large families from different parts of Spain will meet on October 15 in Santiago de Compostela, as part of the XIII National Congress of Large Families, organized every two years by the Spanish Federation of Large Families (FEFN) in different cities, to highlight the value of these families and demand greater recognition and economic and social protection, as they have in the rest of Europe.
This year, the Congress will be held in the City of Culture of Galicia, in Santiago, under the slogan "Large families, present and future", to emphasize the contribution they make through their children, the fundamental human capital for the development of today's society and that of the next generations.
For the whole family
Designed for the whole family, the program includes a part for parents, with a conference and a round table and, in parallel, children's activities for children. All this will take place in the morning, after which families can enjoy a visit to Santiago de Compostela, one of the most beautiful cities in Spain, noted for its beautiful Cathedral and for being the culmination of the pilgrimage route of the Camino de Santiago.
The Congress has a single price of 50 euros per family, which includes the entrance to the sessions, lunch for adults and children, access to children's activities, raffles, etc. Registrations are managed through the associations of large families, so families wishing to attend should contact their association (non-members should contact the one closest to their place of residence). More information about the Congress, here.
The Congress is organized in collaboration with the Galician Association of Large Families (Agafan) and has the support of the Xunta de Galicia and the Ministry of Social Rights and Agenda 2030, and the sponsorship of Ubica, an insurance broker specializing in large families.