The Letter to Friends around the World exists in English, Spanish, Portuguese and French.
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La misère n’est pas une fatalité

Key principles for engaging with people living in poverty Before joining the literacy program, my life had a bitter taste. I did not recognize numbers. To wake my children up for school, I relied on the position of the sun. I sold eggs at the market place and asked my husband to count how much I had earned. These difficult situations prompted me... Read more
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« Making Human Rights work for people living in extreme poverty »

‘‘We must all work together to advance the rights of those living in extreme poverty and ensure that their voices are heard and their dignity respected.’’ Magdalena Sepúlveda Carmona, United Nations Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights (2008-2014). In 2012 the United Nations Human Rights Council adopted... Read more
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Daring to learn from people in extreme poverty

More frequently around the world, we hear people living in precarious situations say, as one man from Burkina Faso told us, “Even in extreme poverty, a person has ideas. If these ideas are not acknowledged, people sink even further into poverty.” All people, regardless of their living conditions, look at the world, experience the world... Read more
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The circus is like a rainbow: you look at how beautiful it is without looking down!

Created in Romania in 1996 by the Franco-Algerian clown called Miloud O., the Parada Foundation works with children living on the streets. Calling on their many artistic skills, the work of the foundation restores their desire to live and to become part of society. The Parada Foundation building is full of life, from top to bottom. Young people,... Read more
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Today, everything has changed

APROJUMAP (Association for the Promotion of Twinning and Friendship between People) aims to contribute to the economic and social development of rural Rwanda by combating poverty. They do this in partnership with the Rwandan authorities and several Belgian municipalities. APROJUMAP supports families to take collective action in regular tasks,... Read more
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