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Art exhibition “Notre Terre”
The exhibition’s catalogue
Ways to act in favour of our children’s future. The exhibition is a reflection on 29 suggestions to fight against global warming and to improve the living conditions of those who suffer from it.
The legacy of Life
When we think about our death, we think about the loved ones who will survive us.
What if, after our legitimate heirs, our close family and friends, we also wished to bequeath something to underprivileged children?
From Post-Tsunami Emergency Assistance to Livelihood Recovery in South India
Working Paper by Philippe Régnier
This Working Paper is the first research contribution to a new research and training project launched in Geneva in June 2006, dealing with post-disaster economic rehabilitation through micro-entrepreneurship and micro-finance in three tsunami-affected countries (India, Indonesia and Sri Lanka), and in Northern Pakistan in relation to the October 2005 earthquake. This project will be conducted during 2006-2008 by the Geneva-based Centre for Asian Studies (a unit founded in 1971 and co-sponsored by the Graduate Institute of International Studies and the Graduate Institute of Development Studies), in cooperation with the International Committee of the Red Cross, the Swiss Red Cross and the International Federation Terre des Hommes (IFTDH).
A solidarity soccer ball
What is round, green and blue and rolls for sustainable development? The Terre des Hommes Suisse soccer ball!
It is a beautiful symbol for all the children eager to shoot for solidarity. Soccer is universal and so are children’s rights!