Greetings. This is Charles Sendegeya of Tushirikiane Afrika. Thank you very much for continuing to keep us updated. We regularly receive the newsletter and the English version is helpful for our youth who are English speaking people while their parents are still ok with French!! I am impressed to discover that each number is...
« WHEREVER MEN AND WOMEN ARE CONDEMNED TO LIVE IN EXTREME POVERTY,
HUMAN RIGHTS ARE VIOLATED.
TO COME TOGETHER TO ENSURE THAT THESE RIGHTS BE RESPECTED IS OUR SOLEMN DUTY. »
Father Joseph Wresinski
I agree with this declaration - engraved on the Trocadero Plaza of Human Rights* (Paris, France) on October 17, 1987 - and...
„Sichtbar, aber auch nicht stumm …“ und gut vernetzt ein Fest feiern
„…weil Armut nicht ausgrenzen darf.“ Unter diesem Motto fördert die evangelische Kirche und Diakonie in den Jahren 2011-14 sechzig f.i.t.-Projekte in Bayern. Im f.i.t.-Projekt „Sichtbar, aber auch nicht stumm …“...
Since October 17, 1987, annual mobilizations have multiplied around the world. Copies of the Commemorative Stone laid on the Human Rights Plaza in Paris, France, have been installed in many other countries around the world.
It has become imperative to:
Coordinate initiatives in order, in particular, to offer annual themes common to all of the...
Irish 17 October Committee invites citizens to gather at the Human Rights and Poverty 17 October Stone on Custom House Quay (close to the Famine Memorial) from 11am to 1pm to mark the day.
After Commemoration, refreshments will be served from around 12.30 in the basement of Liberty Hall.
More information will be made available at www.17october.ie