International Action While the International Movement ATD Fourth World welcomes the latest set of sustainable development goals adopted by the United Nations Open Working Group, the goals could better emphasize reaching the most marginalized.
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Sharing Experiences Worldwide We are happy to bring to you another Letter to Friends Around the World - this one specially devoted to 17 October.
About us Since 2004, Fu Jen University in Taipei, through its former President Mr. Bernard Li, has engaged in a process of translating and publishing the main oeuvre of Fr. Joseph Wresinski. After “Words for Tomorrow” published in 2008 by Fu Jen University, a translation of “The Poor are the Church” was recently released by Psy Garden Publishing Company(心靈工坊文化事業股份有限公司 ), Taipei.
About us Coincidence? While the President of the Central African Republic (CAR) assembled some of the country’s well-known figures to reflect on getting past various divisions and moving towards the mutual recognition of all as full citizens, 50 young people who lead activities in various associations got together at ATD’s Courtyard in Bangui for a professional training entitled, “Peace as the Road to Civic Engagement.”
More than 100 countries support the adoption of a resolution on extreme poverty and human rights at the UN Human Rights CouncilThe French mission to the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva has succeeded in bringing together over 100 countries to support a resolution extending the mandate of the Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights
About us On June 8, 2014, Marco Aurelio Ugarte died peacefully in his home in Cusco, Peru. Founder of the Peruvian branch of ATD Fourth World, he was a sociable man of culture who thrived on going towards others. He continually merged his pride and passion for his Andean culture with his continual drive to meet, know, and take action with people in extreme poverty. Endowed with boundless energy for building this movement to end poverty and engaging others in the endeavor, Ugarte has left an invaluable legacy.