We are now celebrating the 20th edition of the United World Week that is deepening the theme of interculturality. Recently struck by a devastating earthquake, the country is dedicating itself to discovering indigenous cultures that uphold forgotten values, in order to target harmony between peoples[more]
Azir Selmani departed this world on April 17, 2016. He had been a teacher born in Kosovo, the father of three children and the first Muslim to embrace the spirituality of the Focolare Movement for his life. The Movement expresses its deep gratitude for his life.[more]
May 1-10, initiatives in the five continents give visibility to the culture of fraternity: in Ecuador Solidarity as a path to peace.[more]
United World Watch is a permanent international Observatory which promotes the culture of universal brotherhood by monitoring actions of solidarity carried out by individuals, groups and peoples. This is the experience of Tom from Melbourne.[more]
Relationships, communities, arts and sports were the themes focused on in the International Seminar of EdU (Education in Unity), held in Madrid on 23 and 24 April, for a more inclusive educational programme.[more]
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Strong Without Violence workshops, Montevideo (Uruguay)
Highlights of Youth Forum held at the Santo Tomas University, Manila, Philippines, during 23-24 May 2016.
50 years after the first Focolare communities were established in Asia, it was a chance to share the journey so far and renew commitment for now and for the future.
Micheline Mwendike, a Congolese student, is an active member of a youth movement that aims to overcome cultural and ideological differences that have triggered many conflicts and caused so much bloodshed in her country.[more]
This month’s Word of Life invites us not to discriminate, or give unfair preference to certain people, but to consider every person a brother and sister.[more]
The following is the complete English translation of the Pope’s off-the-cuff remarks during the Focolare event at Villa Boreghese. The event was promoted by the Focolare Movement for the Mariapolis in the city of Rome and sponsored by Earth Day Italy.[more]