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Covid-19: serve first those who suffer most, throughout the world

The Covid-19 pandemic will have a long-term impact on our movement and the world in general. During this crisis period, Emmaus International wants to help you understand what life is like for groups right now, the difficulties they face and community life which, despite all odds, is continuing. This includes initiatives to support the most excluded which are maintained, or put in place, to not lose sight of why we exist: to serve first those who suffer most.

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"3 questions for..." Carina Aaltonen, chair of Emmaus Europe


Through a series of interviews, Emmaus International would like to share its members' views on the Covid-19 pandemic and its impact on the movement worldwide. Firstly, we asked Carina Aaltonen, Chair of Emmaus Europe, to share her thoughts. She spoke to us about the organisation of Emmaus' residential communities during the lockdown, the economic impact of this crisis on the groups and solidarity measures within the movement, particularly in Europe.

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Covid-19 Emergency: in solidarity more than ever!

The Covid-19 pandemic will have a long-term impact on the Emmaus movement and the people that we support. More than ever, we must remain faithful to the aims of our founder, Abbé Pierre, and to continue to “serve first those who suffer most!” To do this, the Emmaus movement needs your help!

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Covid-19: always together, putting lives first!

The Covid-19 pandemic will have a long-term impact on our movement and the world in general. During this crisis period, Emmaus International wants to help you understand what life is like for groups right now, the difficulties they face and community life which, despite all odds, is continuing. This includes initiatives to support the most excluded which are maintained, or put in place, to not lose sight of why we exist: to serve first those who suffer most.

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Covid-19: we are going through very extra ordinary times

The Covid-19 pandemic will have a long-term impact on our movement and the world in general. During this crisis period, Emmaus International wants to help you understand what life is like for groups right now, the difficulties they face and community life which, despite all odds, is continuing. This includes initiatives to support the most excluded which are maintained, or put in place, to not lose sight of why we exist: to serve first those who suffer most.

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