Educating for peace: a commitment and a choice

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Educating for peace: a commitment and a choice

On November 15 in Paris, two days after the commemoration of the 2015 attacks, at the UNESCO headquarters, 500 people gathered to retrace the foundations of a new culture of peace inspired by Chiara Lubich.

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An Unstoppable Generation

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An Unstoppable Generation

A thousand Gen2 from around the world gather in Castel Gandolfo, Italy, for their world congress and to remember one of their own: Chiara Luce Badano.

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Tinku Kamayu – The women of woolen threads (Argentina)

Tinku Kamayu – The women of woolen threads (Argentina)

Women descendants of the original peoples Calchaquíes, draw strength from the spirituality of the Focolare to overcome the macho culture and become entrepreneurs of fabrics. “Tinku Kamayu” (together to work) restores them the dignity of women while recovering ancestral techniques.

Entering into the other person’s culture

Entering into the other person’s culture

Chiara Lubich explains the importance of inculturation as a means of transmitting the Gospel in a meeting with representatives of the Focolare community in Africa gathered in Nairobi on 18 May 1992.

Getting involved in peace

Getting involved in peace

The Host Spot Project involved 55 young people from 9 countries in Europe and the Middle East, who went to Jordan to get to know refugee families.