Jacqueline Plaisir, Deputy Director General of ATD Fourth World, was a member of the team in Haiti at the moment of the earthquake. Here she writes reflecting on the past sufferings and future hopes of the Haitian people for rebuilding a new society. Five years later, what happened to those hopes?
Research and Studies Sixty-eight participants from twenty different countries in Africa, Asia, the Americas, the Indian Ocean, and Europe, met on November 12-15, 2014, to share their cultures, experiences and knowledge in order to challenge ATD Fourth World’s governance and the way our democracies work.
About us After the tragedy that took place at the Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris, the International Movement ATD Fourth World shares the grief of the families and relatives of the victims. As with so many other acts of violence that occur daily in our (…)