November 19, 2017

Resolutions and Statements

Woodcraft Folk Statement Following EU Referendum

Submitted by: Woodcraft Folk, UK (August 2016)

Woodcraft Folk (UK) submitted a statement to the IFM-SEI Congress 2016 stating its commitment to internationalism, international cooperation and IFM-SEI in the wake of the referendum vote to leave the European Union. The statement re-affirms the Educational Aims and Principles of Woodcraft Folk. Read the full statement here.

Gender Equality in IFM-SEI

Submitted by: IFM-SEI Presidium (June 2015)

The IFM-SEI submitted a motion to the IFM-SEI International Committee 2014 proposing a survey to review the realities of gender equality systems in IFM-SEI member organisations. The motion reaffirms the commitment for the need for women’s and trans* only spaces on IFM-SEI events, gender quotas and continued education around gender equality. Read the full motion here.

Development of a Code of Conduct for IFM-SEI

Submitted by: IFM-SEI Presidium (June 2014)

The IFM-SEI submitted a motion to the IFM-SEI International Committee 2014 proposing the development of a Code of Conduct for IFM-SEI following incidents in member organisations. The aim of the Code of Conduct is to clarify our mission, values and principles, linking them with standards of professional conduct and visible guidelines for behaviour. Read the full resolution here.

Resolution on IFM-SEI Camps

The IFM-SEI Congress 2016 approved a resolution recognising the vital role that international camps play in achieving our aims and committing the IFM-SEI Presidium to supporting international camps as much as possible. The resolution states that the IFM-SEI Presidium will proactively try to initiate a larger camp where all member organisations are invited every 4-6 years, where solidarity funds are raised to enable the participation of as many organisations as possible and where IFM-SEI is co-responsible for the development of the programme. Read the full resolution here.

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