Thème pour 2018
S’unir avec les plus exclus pour construire un monde où les droits de l’homme et la dignité seront universellement respectés.

Cette année quelques changements ont été apportés à la page 17 octobre.

Vous y trouverez :

  • Témoignages: prises de parole de personnes vivant la grande pauvreté, ...
  • Présentation: le sens de la Journée, son esprit, ...
  • Moments forts: activités, prises de paroles, gestes significatifs, ...
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Haryana - Mercredi 17 Octobre 2018 - Broadcast the World Day on social media and website

At Conserve India, we would be happy to broadcast on our social media platforms.  

We’ll go through the October 17 material and create several FB, Instagram, twitter and blog posts before and on October 17. 

https://www.facebook.com/conserveindiango/

Conserve India was founded in 1998 as a way to reduce Delhi's growing waste problem, and as a method of poverty alleviation by empowering rag pickers through employment and social capital.

To read more: http://overcomingpoverty.org/article/art-made-from-waste

Haryana
Inde

Asaba - Mercredi 17 Octobre 2018 - WoFI Roundtable and Skills Training, October 17, Nigeria

Lifting 50 women headed households above poverty is the focus of an initiative by Working Fingers International (WoFI) as it commemorates this year’s October 17 World Day. This will be done through a skills training exercise for women and girls, and through organising a roundtable, bringing influencers and leaders together with women, girls, persons living with HIV/AIDs and persons living with disabilities, to dscuss ending poverty.

WoFI is a visionary and innovative grassroots NGO promoting the development of women and youth in Nigeria.

Asaba
Nigéria

Wellington - Mercredi 17 Octobre 2018 - Spreading the News - Victoria Development Society, New Zealand

"We love the idea of celebrating 17th of October and will be doing so by spreading the word on our social media and to our members via email.  We're also investigating what other organisations are doing around New Zealand to use the day as a platform to campaign on issues such as child poverty - we are keen to promote their wonderful work. 

Thanks again for reaching out, 

Katharine Woolrych and Liam Daly,

Co-Presidents

Victoria Development Society

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The Victorian Development Society seeks to raise awareness of global issues such as sustainable development, fair trade, human rights and environmental problems worldwide.

Wellington
Nouvelle-Zélande

Dar-es-Salaam - Mercredi 17 Octobre 2018 - World Day for Overcoming Extreme Poverty

Here under is a retrospective of what ATD Fourth World Tanzania did in 2017.

Details for October 17 2018 will follow
 

In 2017 ATD Fourth World Tanzania celebrated the World Day for Overcoming Poverty on Saturday the 14th – before the worldwide celebration the 17th october as every year.

The 3-hour long commemoration saw personal testimonies from people with direct experience of poverty, messages from around the world, drama, songs, poems, dancing, and an invitation to the participants to sign a special Call to Action as part of ATD’s International Stop Poverty 2017 Campaign. It was a powerful and moving occasion which deepened the commitment of those already involved in the collective struggle to overcome extreme poverty and also to attract new commitments.

The event was at Biafra place, a public space to enable all citizens to take part at the event. Through words, drama, music, and testimonies we showed how extreme poverty undermines our freedom and violates our most fundamental rights. Stories of life from Dar es Salaam, Mbeya, Dodoma and Njombe reminded us of the struggle of people to overcome extreme difficulties and search a way to peace.

It is very important to gather people on a day like this because we live in classes, separated from one another. When we live such a gathering together there is something building. Then we all realize that we are all the same. People who don’t live poverty come to understand the efforts of those who fight to overcome exclusion. They discover the challenges they have to face. When people living in poverty speak and other people listen, changes can come about. It is very important to gather people on a day like this. Rehema A. (Participant from Tandale, Dar es Salam).

Dar-es-Salaam
Tanzanie

Manila - Samedi 11 Août 2018 - Preparation with youth

On August 11, 2018, youth from six communities from Manila and relocation sites made their own posters with a message for October 17, World Day for Overcoming Extreme Poverty.

During an art and cultural gathering with 50 youth from different communities, ATD Fourth World, Museo Pambata and Teatro Balagtas asked them : « What are you hoping for your community and society ? ».

It was a great opportunity to know each other better, to discuss with young people about their personal hopes and hopes for a more just society, to learn basics of theater, and to participate in workshops.

One message in the forefront states: "The community is united and equal in all matters"

Manila
Philippines