Tuesday, 20 June 2017 11:58

Rest in peace

With great sadness we received the news that Claudia Meier from Jubla Switzerland passed away yesterday. She was very active in Fimcap. She was the head of the international committee of Jubla, she was part of the team that hosted our last General Assembly, she participated in the World Camp in India and contributed in so many of our meetings. Claudia, we will miss you. Rest in peace.

Tuesday, 30 May 2017 13:02

EuroCamp 2017

EuroCamp is an annual summer camp organised by FIMCAP Europe for youth members and youth leaders. Every year one of FIMCAP Europe‘s member organisations hosts the EuroCamp. This year Katholische Jungschar from Austria is inviting you to take part in an extraordinary experience.

Theme this year is “Open the dialogue”. Together with youngsters from a migration or refugee background we will talk about social inclusion. What does it mean and what can local groups do? We will talk with people who are influenced by the refugee crisis and try to put ourselves into their shoes.

EuroCamp takes place from the 4th until the 13th of August in Austria. More information can be found on the EuroCamp website

EuroCamp is supported by Erasmus+ and by the European Youth Foundation.

 

Tuesday, 18 April 2017 12:26

Volunteers wanted!

FIMCAP is looking for volunteers. Do you want to help to make our worldwide network stronger? Then take a look at the opportunities that we offer!

Currently we are looking for a:

Webmaster

Coordinator for the World Camp

Click on the job title for a detailed description of the tasks.

FIMCAP is me, FIMCAP is you!

Thursday, 22 December 2016 23:12

Merry Christmas!

On behalf of the FIMCAP family, we wish you a Christmas filled with peace and love! May the birth of baby Jesus bring abundance of peace and joy in your families. 
 
Check out our Chrismas card and our Chrismas video! You can find them below this message (under read more)!
 
This year we have decided to send a digital message instead of a printed card. Not only is it more environmentally friendly, but it also saves money not to print and post cards. We have decided to donate this saved money to a project supporting refugee children. We hope this small gesture will help to bring smiles on the faces of many children this Holy Season.
 
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