Tema para 2017
Responder ao apelo do 17 DE OUTUBRO para erradicar a pobreza : um caminho que nos leva a criar sociedades pacíficas e inclusivas

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Dublin - Segunda 23 Outubro 2017 - Poverty of Opportunity: Education as a pathway to a better future

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Misean Cara will host a public event in Dublin to showcase the work of four Irish missionary organizations to focus on the impact of development work on alleviating poverty, through the themes of education, health, sustainable livelihoods and human rights.

Wood Quay venue, Dublin City Council Civic Offices
Dublin
Irlanda

Dublin - Quarta 11 Outubro 2017 - the Dark Tunnel - drama performance

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To mark the UN Day for the Eradication of Poverty, i-Smile International Ireland presents a drama performance "the Dark Tunnel" from 11am to 1pm.

123 Avondale Park, Mulhuddart Avondale Community Centre
Dublin
Irlanda

Sligo, Leitrim, Donegal - Sexta 06 Outubro 2017 - the Annual Sleep Out

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North West Simon Community will raise awareness on the United Nation's day for the eradication of poverty during their sleep out on Friday 6 October. 

Sligo, Leitrim, Donegal
Irlanda

Dublin - Terça 17 Outubro 2017 - When Voices Unite to Leave No One Behind

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Join us for a huge singing session to bring people together and sing songs with messages of dignity, hope, courage and joy. Together we will carry on the struggle against poverty.

DCC Woodquay venue
Dublin
Irlanda

Taipei - Terça 17 Outubro 2017 - Taipei - International Day for the Eradication of Poverty

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The ceremony of October 15 in Taipei was a beautiful day, faithful to the message of Joseph Wresinski.

We planted three trees with the Vice-President, Taipei Vice Mayor, the Archbishop of Taiwan, ATD friends Joseph Sun and Xiang-Ling, and other partners.

It was wonderful to have the presence of Narumol from Thailand who shared a testimony of a woman of Bangkok, and Patricia brought us the messages from the Philippines. Xiang-Ling shared a testimony of her commitment, and that she was a witness of "tree of hope" that she had planted with so many other persons on October 17, 1996 in this same park. 

Vice-President M.Chen Chien-jen mentioned words from Joseph Wresinski book 'The Poor are the Church', that says that "misunderstandings appear and good will wear out fast when it comes to find common cause with a very poor population, whose life experience we ignore". He added it is his responsibility to understand and face the question of poverty.

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Facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/128503061111112/

Between October 6-22, events will include: Permanent exhibit of books and photos related to poverty in Taiwan, movies and documentary films, discussion panels, visit to indigenous communities who had been relocated in the city, and round table with professional photographers who tried to keep memory of the life of poor people in the city.

The events aim that we remember every person who contributed to build this city.

October 15:
Ceremony in the Da-An park (Great Peace), with planting of three trees, as well as the announcement of a replica of the stone in the future.
The ceremony will take place in the presence of Taiwan Vice-President, Chen Chien-Ren, Archbishop John Hung Shan-chuan and Vice-Mayor of Taipei, Charles Lin. Other persons and partners, representatives of different associations will be present too.

October 17:
Conference about ATD Fourth World, by Fr Hong Wanliu.

October 20:
Lecture and discussion about eradication of poverty with students in a public school.

October 21:
Public round table for the launch of "Artisans of Democracy", book translated in Mandarin by Shwu Shiow Yang. Published by Taiwanese "Psy Garden publishing house".

For these events, some youth in the partner organizations have been drawing posters to raise awareness of their feelings about homelessness and to engage against the numerous prejudices toward people living in poverty.

Taipei
Formosa