Who we are

Association for Pedagogical and Social Assistance for Children FICE – Bulgaria (BG), Resilis Foundation (ES), and Federal Association of Therapeutic Communities of Austria (AT) are all organizations working in the field of provision of residential and community services for groups in risk – children and families. The three organizations are members of International Federation of Educative communities FICE International and its European division FICE Europe.
The partnership between the three organizations has been in existence for 3 years already and it has been related to working with children with deviant and delinquent behavior, in conflict with the law. A special working group joining the professional efforts for improving the work with children perpetrators of violence and deviant behavior was established within the international organization. This was a prerequisite for a successful collaboration and is the result of shared problems and needs that have been identified.

More about the organizations

fice_color Association for Pedagogical and Social Assistance for Children (APSAC) FICE Bulgaria is a Bulgarian non-governmental umbrella organization, established in 2001. FICE-Bulgaria is a section of FICE-International (International Federation of Educative Communities). FICE-Inter contains more than 30 countries – FICE sections – from Europe, Africa, America.
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resilis_color Fundació Resilis was set up as a non profit-making entity in 2006 under the guidance of the Fundació Plataforma Educativa (Educational Platform Foundation). Our main objective is the management and development of projects, programmes and care services for children and young people in situations of exclusion, risk or serious difficulty.
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tg_colorThe Federal Association of Therapeutic Communities of Austria is a Non-Profit / Non-Governmental Organization (NPO/NGO) founded in 1999. The work is based on the individual, abandonment free relation and continuous upbringing and education of children and adolescents, in family-like structures.
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