United World Project
a more united world
One hand on the beauty of the world, the other on the suffering of humanity, our two feet in the duty of the present moment.
VARILLON François, Beauté du monde et souffrance des hommes, Ed. Centurion, p.320
It’s often said our world has become a village: complex and ever-changing, but still a village. These days the whole of humanity could almost live in the same way as a small group. That being the case, humanity should be able to live as one family. But how can we make this happen?
We are all one. That is a message the human race has largely ignored. Forgetting this truth is the only cause of hatred and war, and the way to remember is simple: Love, [in] this and every moment.
The golden rule is to be friends with the world and to consider the whole human family as 'one'.
Delicia, a gen 3 (the teenagers of the Focolare Movement) of Bujumbura in Burundi, send us this video that tells an action that she has done with other gen 3 of her city, to help achieve the Zero Hunger Goal (#ZeroHunger), the heart of the United Nations Objectives for Sustainable...Read more
The United World Week 2019 will take place from May 1 to 10. It will be carried out by the wide-ranging Teens for Unity, Youth for a United World, New Humanity, Parish and Diocesan Movement of the Focolare, in collaboration with the Economy of Communion and with other groups, movements,...Read more
A few days ago, we received a letter from Davide Picasso, a "gen", a young man who is part of the Focolare Movement, telling us about what he experienced in recent months, after the Genfest event that took place in Manila in July 2018. Going "Beyond all Borders", as the...Read more
By Lorenzo Russo. "FridayforFuture" - thousands of students and citizens respond to Greta Thunberg’s appeal. The movement is growing and it is preparing for the global march of March 15. Greta Thunberg is a 16-years-old Swedish girl who has become in a short time an icon of environmentalism. She suffers...Read more
March 15th - UNITED WORLD PROJECT participates, with PROPHETIC ECONOMY, to the "Global Climate Strike For Future!" promoted by Greta Thunberg. For this day, we propose three actions: ...Read more
United World Watch is a platform to monitor the cultural impact of the paradigm of unity through collating reports and research documents pertaining to the culture of unity, and featuring examples of good practice.
The Economist and the “End Poverty Week”
The Vocation and the Other
United World Workshop acts to highlight and promote endeavors, initiatives, projects and programs contributing towards the unity of a disparate world.
“Together for a new Africa”: the first course in Nairobi
The “thank you” of Davide
#ZeroHunger in Burundi
United World Network gives visibility to the global network of those already acting in the belief that all people can live as brothers and sisters, whatever the differences and in the face of seemingly impossible challenges. This network is open to connection with individuals, groups, organizations, movements and institutions with compatible aims and methods.
Burundi: Water source of life
AFAGO – SP
Rainbow Nursery School
Our proposals to start living right away
for the United World Project
A global strategy proposed by Youth for a United World (Y4UW) to address the challenges facing our world, opening up ways towards change. Reaching a united world one step at a time.Read more
For those engaged in transforming our cities into more equal, more engaging, more reflective, healthier, more harmonious, wiser, more connected places, here is an aid to the sustainability of your efforts. A monthly word of encouragement and much moreRead more
This annual showcase of the United World Project is a coordinated global expo of the ideas, actions and initiatives which are inspired by a commitment to building a more peaceful, more united world.Read more
A new generation of young people refuse to accept the inevitability of failure and dare to take on the challenge of “Zero Hunger”: one of the United Nations’ 17 global goals for sustainable development by 2030Read more