European Association for Catholic Adult Education
Fédération européenne pour l'éducation catholique des adultes (FEECA)
Europäische Föderation für Katholische Erwachsenenbildung
Associazione Europea per l'Educazione Cattolica degli Adulti
Europese Federatie voor Katholiek Volwassenenvorming
Europeiska Samarbetsorganet för Katolsk Vuxenutbildning
Evropska Federacija za Versko Izobrazevanje Odraslih
Katholikus Felnottképzés Europai Szövetsége
1963-05-02 Lucerne Switzerland
Founded at 3rd International Conference of Catholic Education Movements, when statutes were adopted. Statutes most recently amended 14 Nov 2012, Vienna (Austria).
Further exchange of experience and ideas among Catholics engaged in adult education in European countries; strengthen cooperation in research and teaching methods; facilitate international meetings of members; maintain contacts with other European and international adult education organizations and institutions; ensure continuing education for adults.
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