The exhibition brings together drawings and testimonies published in the Letter to the Friends around the World.
Below you will find :

- a presentation of the exhibit…
- the 34 posters as well as a presentation in three languages ( French, English, Spanish)
-a map showing the places where the exhibit was welcomed.
-the visitors book where are written the names of the places where the complete exhibition (or sometimes part of it) was seen.

 

Exhibition "The Letters' Colours" in Cusco, Peru

On the 30 September 2016,the ATD Fourth Team in Peru organised the opening of 'The Letter's Colours' exhibition in the hall of the Municipal Theatre 'Daniel Estrada Perez' in Cusco. We invited our friends, allies, activists and all those who are committed to eradicating extreme poverty to come and see it. Read more
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Workshop “Towards those still missing”

Towards those still missing” 25th – 29th May 2016 Bulgaria I was invited to take part in this workshop on behalf of the Forum on Overcoming Extreme Poverty Team. This workshop brought together around 30 people from Romania, Hungary and Bulgaria. There were also members of the ATD Fourth World Movement from Poland and the UK.... Read more
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Dar es Salaam - Tanzania

From 20 March 20 to 25 March 2016, thirty young adults from Kenya, Ethiopia and Democratic Republic of Congo, and members of "Friends of ATD Fourth World" associations, got together in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania around the theme: To learn and work together to be better friends of those who have no friends. "Learning from success... Read more
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Viewing of the Exhibition by Tapori members in Bukavu

During a gathering of Tapori groups in Bukavu, on Sunday 10 April 2016, the coordination team suggested that the exhibition be part of their program. The young people were quite eager to look at it and some of them shared their thoughts and feelings. Read more
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Display of the "Letter's Colours" exhibition at the Alliance Française in Bangui

A few pictures from our event. Read more
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