The Political Movement for Unity (represented organisation of New Humanity) has organised "Politics for Unity". This event will take place from 12th to 15th March in order to remember Chiara Lubich on the occasion of the seventh anniversary of her departure. It will be an opportunity to analyse the contribution her charism could give to the politics fields.
In New York, Strasbourg, London, Nairobi, Seoul, Rome,... and many other cities, Politics for Unity will discuss about challenges to the contemporary politics and question how the ideal of fraternity could contribute to its own empowerment.
New Humanity and its represented organisation Right and Communion organised the conference "Fraternity and the new Slaveries: A Challenge for the Human Rights". This event took place the 31st of January, at the Residenza Maritti, via Tor dè Conti 15 (Rome).
Doct. Vera Araujo introduced the theme "Not slaves anymore, but brothers and sisters" and doct. Giovanni Caso intervened about "Historical and juridical profiles for slavery and new forms of slavery". Doct. Carlo Fusco moderated the event.
The 50 thousand children and teenagers involved in the third edition of the "Living Peace" Project are just preparing their big "Student World Peace Forum" which will take place from 4th to 6th May 2015 in Cairo.
In a video they remember that it is possible to sent any good practice which testimony any action in living for peace and fraternity in the schools.
At the same time, it continues also the project's path of peace education in the schools of the 100 Countries involved in the project through the practices of the "Dice" and "Timeout" for peace.
New Humanity concludes a 2014 particularly rich in activities.
Wishing you all a more positive 2015, we invite you to relive with us the events that particularly characterized the last year, by visiting our activities page with the 2014 updates.
In the occasion of the 64th UN International Day of Human Rights - 10th December - UNIRedes launched its "Action Plan for a more Fraternal and Cohesive World."The Manifesto has been signed by all the 50 Associations from 12 Countries of Latin America and Carribean which are part of this network and share the same engagement into the promotion of a new culture of fraternity. Many of these association collaborate with New Humanity and share the same aims and values.