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Your copy of Emmaus International's 2018 annual report is now available!

This report gives you insight into our different events, international solidarity, communication and campaigns. You'll discover how the 360 organisations of the Emmaus movement, active in 37 countries, are pooling their resources and working together with the most excluded to fight against the causes of poverty.

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Heritage

"Today the positive war is not over. The problems that Abbé Pierre saw in his lifetime are still there today."

Paul Daroueche joined the Emmaus Movement at the end of 2016, first as a companion in Montpellier, France, then as a member of the group in Satu Mare, Romania, where he has been for the past two years. For the 50th anniversary of the Universal Manifesto, he spoke about the relevance of this founding text to his life as a companion.

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"It is entirely up to us to breathe life into the Universal Manifesto ..."

Juan Melquiades is the director of Emmaus Piura in Peru, Chair of Emmaus Americas and Vice-chair of Emmaus International. To mark the 50th anniversary of the Universal Manifesto, he spoke about the meaning of the Manifesto with regard to his responsibilities within his group and the Movement.

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« Universal Manifesto is a milestone for our Movement.”

Moon Sharma is Director of Tara Projects (India), Chair of Emmaus Asia, and Vice Chair of Emmaus International. To mark the 50th anniversary of the Universal Manifesto in Bern, Switzerland, she addressed the relevance of the Manifesto, with particular focus on the realities of the world today.

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“The Universal Manifesto has been a very powerful inspiration, not so much as a text, but as a platform for actions and for solidarity. »

Birgitta Goranson is a volunteer for the Swallows association and a member of Emmaus Sweden. On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Universal Manifesto, she revisited this founding text and common foundation of the Emmaus Movement as a source of inspiration since the 1970s.

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