An Anthropology of Liberation – ATD Summer Campus 2016

The ATD Campus is an annual seminar of ATD International, organized by its Research Centre. It offers researchers and professionals an opportunity to share their work and their questions related to chronic poverty and the commitments necessary to bring poverty to an end. Using an interdisciplinary approach, it offers also the opportunity to study in depth how the ideas of Joseph Wresinski (1917-1988), founder of All Together in Dignity, are relevant to today’s issues. Research and various approaches related to chronic poverty and social exclusion raise ethical, methodological and epistemological questions. Discussion sheds light on these questions in a new way…

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A letter from France – Djynamo European Youth Meeting

'It's worth helping others. In the future you may need to get help. We are not created in the world to just be for ourselves but to help others' A Report from our Trip to Paris and Champeaux for the European Djynamo Youth Meeting from April 1st – April 3rd 2016 We came to Champeaux from ATD Ireland as four delegates to the Djyanmo weekend to meet young people from different cultures and countries. We were excited to participate with young people from other countries including Spain, Belgium, Switzerland, France and Poland. The Weekend consisted of young people discussing and participating…

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An ATD Ireland Delegation will contribute to a MEPs meeting in Brussels!

Update! Here some pictures of the Irish Delegation in Brussels and of its meeting with Mairead McGuinness, Irish MEP and Vice-President of the European Parliament! All Together in Dignity Ireland is pleased to prepare a delegation which will  attend the next meeting of the MEP Intergroup “Fighting against Poverty in Defence of Human Rights” to be held on Wednesday, 6 April at 12.45pm – 2.30pm in room PHS 5B001 in the European Parliament building in Brussels. This meeting will present participants with the opportunity to share thoughts on the topic of a minimum income for all. Some of the questions that…

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