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International Day of Education: education is a fundamental right, public policies must make it effective!


Six years ago, states adopted the sustainable development goals, thereby committing to ensuring access to quality education for all and to promoting life-long learning opportunities. Today, it is clear that this commitment is far from being honoured and that, due to the pandemic, we will have to double our efforts to make it a reality.
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Situation in Brazil : interview with Luis Tenderini, Emmaus International Board Member for the Americas region


On the occasion of the publication of the 2nd version of the Warning Barometer on the situation of human rights in Brazil, Luis Tenderini, Emmaus International Board Member for the Americas region, shares some words about the situation in Brazil.
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2nd Warning Barometer on the situation of human rights in Brazil: the struggle for democracy in Brazil must continue!

The Solidarity with Brazil Coalition has been running for almost two years and is currently continuing its awareness-raising work with the publication of the 2nd version of the Warning Barometer on the situation of human rights in Brazil.
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Abbé Pierre’s message - Christmas 1955

During a Christmas special edition of the review Faim & Soif, Abbé Pierre reminds us in strong terms, one year after his resounding appeal in Winter 1954, of the importance of fighting against poverty and helping the most vulnerable, with special emphasis on not losing the energy of our initial ‘uprising’. He also talks about consolidating the Emmaus movement and the emerging links with organisations in other countries, such as Canada, Argentina, Peru, Japan, Denmark, India and a number of countries in Africa, at a time when the struggles led by the Emmaus movement started to resound internationally.

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Challenges posed by the Covid-19 crisis for a world of greater solidarity

To respond to the challenges posed by this health crisis and to reflect on the issues raised during this difficult period, CRID members - a coalition created in the 1970s made up of around fifty French NGOs, including Emmaus International during the 1990s - drafted a political discussion memo to raise key issues and put forward alternatives common to international solidarity organisations. 

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