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Emmaus International is publishing its first Global Report on its fight against poverty

In its first Global Report, Emmaus International is making the voices of the most excluded heard, presenting alternatives and demands, and launching a new appeal against the causes of poverty.

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New contemporary art sale to support Emmaus International’s work

From 5 to 10 October 2021, in the legendary 59 Rivoli gallery located in the heart of Paris, Emmaus International is organising a large solidarity sale of street art thanks to the generosity of over forty artists.

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Ensuring that all young people have access to an education that will help them achieve their potential: a must in the fight against poverty!

260 million children and adolescents worldwide are still out of school. International Youth Day is an important occasion for Emmaus International to issue a new warning: rather than being treated as the poor relation of public policies, education should be at the heart of all matters as a means to combat inequalities and ensure a brighter future for all young people.

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Poster for the 30th anniversary of Emmaus San Luis (Chile)

The Emmaus International archives contain a large collection of posters - almost 815 original copies, not counting duplicates - from almost all the countries where the movement has developed. Their methodical filing is underway and will allow them to be digitised, so that they can be more easily consulted and used. Emmaus International looks at one of them.

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"A cruel reality beyond imagination...”

In May 2021, at the request of the Asia region, the Emmaus International Board launched an emergency solidarity appeal to all the movement’s groups, to provide support to the Emmaus groups in India affected by a violent second wave of Covid-19. Today, Kamal Mayakichenane, at the Emmaus Asia Secretariat, reports on the evolving situation in India and in Bangladesh, where the figures are still worrying.

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