Joseph Wresinski on french and european TV, founder of the International Movement ATD Fourth World.
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VIDEOS OF JOSEPH WRESINSKI
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We never refuse a helping hand
Joseph Wresinski, on French TV in April 1981.
We think they have nothing to say
Interview with Joseph Wresinski, on the show “C’est la vie” on France 2 in 1982.
We will be respected if we know how to speak
Intervention by Joseph Wresinski, at a Fourth World People’s University in Paris (places of dialogue and reciprocal formation between adults living in extreme poverty and other citizens who commit themselves to them).
To be treated like young people, not just people on benefits
Joseph Wresinski, October 17 1987 – Trocadero Plaza, Paris
Gathering of 100,000 Defenders of Human Rights
To be free
Father Joseph Wresinski, Antwerp (Belgium) – 1986
The Children of the Fourth World:
30 years of photographs
From people on benefits to people with rights
Joseph Wresinski, French TV 1984.
Poverty is not inevitable
“The Fourth World believe that poverty is not inevitable … they decide to come together to work to overcome the constant frustrations of poverty.”
Schools need to come down to the streets
Interview of Joseph Wresinski, TV Show “laser” in 1981.
We all have something to teach others
Joseph Wresinski, on French TV 1982.
Can We All Do Something?
Joseph Wresinski talking about what can be done to help ATD Fourth World. It starts, he says by believing that extreme poverty is not inevitable. #StopPoverty
La société qui ignore ses citoyens
Joseph Wresinski on french TV, “Midi Presse” – 1984.
What those in poverty have to say
“poverty made it so that people had to stand up, to organize, to demand – not to demand bread, but to demand education. They demanded absolutely that I take care of their children, that I teach them.”
Joseph Wresinski 1985, French TV.
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Here is the first in a series of videos about the life of Mary Rabagliati. She was one of the first volunteers to join Joseph Wresinski in Noisy-le-Grand, France, founding what would become ATD Fourth World.
Who is Mary Rabagliati? Full time ATD Fourth World volunteer, Diana Skelton, knew this unique woman well and writes about Mary in “Quiet Revolution: The Story of Mary Rabagliati and People the World Forgot”, to be published in 2018.