ATD Fourth World

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Changing Perceptions Through Ownership of Image

When people in poverty are stigmatised and “othered” by harsh stereotypes, how can they raise awareness about this social discrimination and reach out to change attitudes of the general public?

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Dakar Teenagers Imagine Their Dream Neighbourhood

Dakar Teenagers Imagine Their Dream Neighbourhood

Every two weeks, ATD’s team in Dakar, conducts education activities with teenagers in the Grand-Yoff neighbourhood.

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From Birmingham to Nairobi: Rights for Women and Girls in Extreme Poverty

Rights for Women and Girls in Extreme Poverty

This is the sixth in a series of videos retracing the life of Mary Rabagliati, one of the first volunteers to join Joseph Wresinski in founding what would become ATD Fourth World.

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Perspectives - Looking Ahead to ATD Fourth World’s Future Path

Looking Ahead to ATD’s Future

Following the overview of ATD’s work around the world in this past year, let us now consider the long-term impact of this work for families living in extreme poverty.

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I Live in A Cemetery

I Live in A Cemetery

It was a woman living in a cemetery who taught me that poverty could be overcome.

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Protecting Children Means Supporting Parents

Protecting Children Means Supporting Parents

“From Mistrust to Mutual Understanding” was the subject of the last training in the Merging Knowledge project organized by ATD Belgium.

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