Thème pour 2019
Agir ensemble pour donner aux enfants, à leurs familles et à la société les moyens de mettre fin à la pauvreté

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Everywhere in the UK - Jeudi 17 Octobre 2019 - Light up the map

To light up the UK map and show solidarity across the UK.

Let's stand together and have visible show of solidarity, promoting the fantastic work going on and our solutions to raise awareness of the need to eradicate poverty on a local and national level.

To participate:

  • Get in touch with us to let us know about your proposed activity or find out more
  • Join our social media takeover campaign by using the #endpoverty #idep #aplecollective

Organized by: The Aple Collective

Despite the current turmoil and political upheaval of our time, we the Addressing Poverty with Lived Experience (APLE) Collective continue to be a force united in affecting change in communities that experience disadvantage and poverty. Across the UK, far too many people are left marginalised by local and national decision-makers. Matters that affect the most vulnerable in our society are made without their input. This leads to poorer decisions and systems, such as in Universal Credit, where claimants insights and experiences could have foreseen and prevented many of the most glaring problems. More fundamentally, it contributes to continued social disharmony, failing to harness the expertise of people who truly understand poverty and can help to tackle it.

We are a growing national collective of individuals who experience poverty.

We believe that the solution to poverty everywhere is to work in partnership with people who have lives experience of poverty.

APLE aims to create a sustainable grassroots network across the UK to raise awareness of poverty, reduce stigma and work together with others to eradicate it. Let us know about what you are doing in your area with people who have lived experiences of poverty and join our social media takeover by using #endpoverty #idep @aplecollective.

Everywhere in the UK

Dublin - Jeudi 17 Octobre 2019 - Gathering at the Human Rights and Poverty Stone

Gathering at the Human Rights and Poverty Stone

From 10.30am - Groups and individuals are welcome on the Custom House Quay to gather in preparation for the gathering

Draft Running Order of Ceremony (11 am-1.30 pm)

  • 11.00 Master of Ceremony, Maurice Hurley (Global Citizenship School Program) welcomes everyone and introduces the gathering

  • 11.05 Lord Mayor of Dublin, Councillor Paul McAuliffe opens the event.

  • 11.10 Song

  • 11.15 Reading of the Message of the Human Rights and Poverty Stone in English, Irish and French

  • 11.20 Song

  • 11. 25 Reading of the President’s Message

  • 11.30 Testimonies – 5 testimonies with reference the rights of children and youth, with musical interlude(ATD Leave No One Behind; NYP 2; MRCI; SAOL; Dominican Justice Office)
  • 11.55 Song

  • 12.00 Guest Speaker: Tanya Ward, CEO Children Rights Alliance

  • 12.05 Symbolic Gesture: Paper “Footsteps for a Better Future” with messages will be displayed around the Stone and along the End Poverty Walkway. Participants will be invited to write their own footstep messages and to display them.

  • 12.20 Final Song

  • 12.25 Closing Remarks: MC

  • 12.30 – 1.30 Refreshments in the basement of Liberty Hall. All participants welcome


Ibadan - Jeudi 17 Octobre 2019 - Screening 'Slum Dog Millionaire' and discussion

With some of my friends who I currently join in organizing a movie club known as the Thursday Film Series, we will screen the movie titled ‘Slum Dog Millionaire,’ which will be followed by a discussion to be led by a small panel of four academics who have expertise on our subject.

We hope to use the opportunity to amplify the injustice of letting men and women, and especially children (in accordance with the theme for the year), live in poverty, and what we must all do to rescue all who are currently subjected to this dehumanizing condition.

The movie club screen movies every Thursday at the Drappers Hall, Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. It provides an accommodative space for critical reflection and intellectual engagement for all, while harnessing the power of art, with the hope of spurring men and women to take action in dealing with the issues we grapple with’ – such as extreme poverty. 

Gideyon Adeyeni and Leye Komolafe


Cusco - Mercredi 09 Octobre 2019 - Proyección de películas con contenido social

En coordinación con la Red de Microcines- Cusco, Asociación Qosqo Maki y ATD Cuarto Mundo Perú, estaremos proyectando diferentes películas los días previos y posteriores al 17 de Octubre. Después de cada proyección tendremos un foro de discusión en torno a la lucha contra la pobreza, la realidad de los niños en pobreza etc.

A continuación encontraran el programa y horarios de las películas

09 de oct. Cine debate

Película, “Cadena de favores”

Casa Cultural Carcajadas

Jr. Sicuani, H-2 Cusco, Urb. Progreso

Hora: 7:00 p.m.  (Ingreso Libre)

10 de oct. Cine debate

Película, “Joseph, l´insoumis”

Sala de la Alianza Francesa Cusco

Av. De La Cultura  804 (Paradero Amauta)

Hora: 7:00 p.m.  (Ingreso Libre)

11 de oct. Cine debate

Película, “Proyecto Florida”

Qosqo Maki

Calle Fierro 525

Hora: 7:00 p.m.  (Ingreso Libre)  

17 de oct. Cine debate

Película, “Proyecto Florida”

Teatro Municipal- Sala Killa

Hora: 7:00 p.m.  (Ingreso Libre)

18 de oct. Cine debate

Película, “Niños del Cielo”

Teatro Municipal de San Sebastián

Hora: 7:00 p.m.  (Ingreso Libre)


Guatemala - Mercredi 02 Octobre 2019 - “Unir los niños y niñas al rechazo de la miseria”

En el marco del proyecto “unir los niños y niñas al rechazo de la miseria” el Liceo Francés Julio Verne de Guatemala propone a los alumnos de CE2 CM1 CM2 (7-9 años) una presentación   Actuar por la dignidad comienza por el respeto a nuestras diferencias”

Presentación de la pobreza en el mundo y en Guatemala y presentación de ATD Cuarto Mundo y Tapori. 

Los niños y niñas reflexionarán también a partir de su canción Multicolor

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