Family Values and their Link to Economic Well - Being and Social Outcomes - Geneva, Switzerland, 30 June – 1 July 2014

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Session I  Session II  Session III  Session IV  Session V  Session VI  Session VII 
Walter Baar

Mr. Walter Baar, Director of the Institute for Trends Research in Austria presented his statistical research in response to the question: Where is our world heading and why does the family need to be protected?

Carolyn Handschin, President WFWP Europe

Director of the WFWPI UN Offices, Mrs. Carolyn Handschin’s presentation was “Family: The Place where Human Rights Values meet Peace and Human Development”.

Lynn Walsh, co-chair of UN NGO Committee on  the Family in New York

The first presentation was given by Ms. Lynn Walsh, Office for Marriage & Family of UPF and co-chair of UN NGO Committee on the Family in New York. She mentioned the consistent failure to include the family in policy at the UN.

Harry Benson, Research Director, The Marriage Foundation

The first presenter, Mr. Harry Benson, Research Director of the Marriage Foundation-UK asked, “Has government made the problem worse”?

Maria Hildingsson, Secretary General of FAFCE

Mrs. Maria Hildingsson, SG of the Federation of Catholic Family Associations in Europe (FAFCE) based in Brussels, spoke about the value of marriage to society.

Stephen Stacey

Mr. Stephen Stacey, Educator and Marital-family Policy Specialist from Finland asked the question, “Is a parent’s right to happiness more important than a child's right to get a good start in life?”

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