20 years after the signing of the Peace Agreement, we went to Belfast to see for ourselves the divisions that still exist but also the efforts on the path to peace.
A village divided for over 30 years between Catholics and Protestants, until the time when people said “enough is enough”! The extraordinary experience of Mary and Gerry Burns and the “Armoy Community Association”.
Nothing that is done to safeguard nature and the environment is small. We learn this from a group of Gen 4 in Portugal who planted some trees on land where there was a forest fire.
400 Muslims and Christians from all over the world met under the banner of hope. Voices telling the story of a pathway of unity that has been travelled for over 50 years…
Adriana Avellaneda is from Colombia and lives in Italy. Her travel diary takes us to her own land to meet people who experience and promote peace processes in very complex situations.
An actor’s career was interrupted by a sudden illness. A life re-modelled by the hand of God.
A practical response to the hardship of unemployment offered by AMU in Portugal, with support from AMU International and the Economy of Communion.
A caring deed by Dino Impagliazzo was the first knot in an ever widening net. Tuscolana station and other places in Rome have become settings for mutual love and solidarity towards many new brothers and sisters.