International Federation of Europe Houses

Fédération internationale des Maisons de l'Europe (FIME)
Internationale Föderation der Europa-Häuser
Federazione Internazionale delle Case d'Europa

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1962, Strasbourg (France), at the residence of the Council of Europe, when statutes were adopted. Statutes amended 25-26 Nov 1967; 9-10 Nov 1990, Otzenhausen (Germany FR); 25-27 May 1974; 7-8 Nov 1981; 9-10 Nov 1990; 28 Mar 1998; 22 Oct 1998; 18 Oct 2001. New Statutes adopted 22 Mar 2003. Ceased to exist, Mar 2004.


Realize closer union among the states of Europe through promotion of out-of-school education work and cooperation and exchange of information among members and between them and the Council of Europe, the European Communities and all organizations pursuing similar goals; encourage development of the individual within his social environment; act as a point of international contact for governments, ministries, parliaments, political parties, educational planners and organizers, bodies active in curricular and extra-curricular education, the media; coordinate and develop the activities of member Houses, including interchange of persons and dissemination of information; stimulate the creation of new Houses.

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Organizes Spring and Autumn conferences. Member institutions work as independent bodies, within the education systems of each country. Through membership of FIME their work is made both easier and more 'European' by encouraging cooperation and mutual aid in both the preparation and presentation of information. Member organizations provide their educational and informational work through: residential work in their own education centres; residential work in various locations in rented education centres; educational work on location, in factories, schools, barracks, offices, etc; programmes in municipal Europe Houses in the form of conferences, courses, lectures, exhibitions; education programmes in the form of excursions, study tours and external conferences in centres of European political activity.


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English, French, German, Italian.


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Consultative Status

Was on Participatory Status list of: Council of Europe (CE).

Relations with Inter-Governmental Organizations

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Relations with Non-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 13 non-governmental organizations.
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Members in 32 countries
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Subjects *

  • Amenities
    • Housing, Tenants
  • Education
    • Education
  • Recreation
    • Recreation

UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 4: Quality EducationGOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities



Last News Received

5. Jul 2004
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** UN SDGs are linked to the subject classification.

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