The Union nationale des associations de défense des familles et de l'individu (UNADFI) is a French anti-cult association founded in 1974, recognized as a public utility association by a decree of 30 April 1996, and directly subsidized by the French state. It gathers and coordinates the Associations de Défense des Familles et de l'Individu (ADFI), whose purpose is to acquire information on the cult phenomenon with prevention and assistance for its victims. In 1992, Janine Tavernier was the president of the association. But, in 2001 she resigned and began to criticize it. She was first replaced by Bernard Le Heritte, then in 2004 by Socialist deputy Catherine Picard. As of 31 December 2004, UNADFI was composed of 26 ADFI associations and totaled 1,520 member families. The association is currently member of the Union nationale des associations familiales (UNAF), as well as the FECRIS, an international anti-cult organization. The association is sponsored by various ministries, including the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports and by social affairs, as well as by various communes and departments totaling 450,000 euros in 2002, over 80% of its budget.The association publishes a magazine named BULLES (Bulletin de liaison pour l'étude des sectes), which criticizes many groups, including those which were listed in the 1995 Parliamentary Commission on Cults in France report, and many others (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Community of the Beatitudes). Source: Wikipedia (en)

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