From 25th April to 5th May 2014 “Sharing with Africa Madagascar”, the worksite on reciprocity and integral part of the United World Project based on the spirit of "Ubuntu"
From 25th April to 5th May 2014 we will be having the worksite on reciprocity “Sharing with Africa Madagascar”, an integral part of the United World Project – a global project that aims at highlighting and spreading a culture of brotherhood among all.
The United World Project was first launched during the Genfest (Budapest, 1st September 2012) along with the slogan “Let’s Bridge”. From there we moved to the Middle East for the second important step entitled “Be the Bridge”. This event was held last May in the Holy Land, coinciding with 2013 United World Week reaching its climax during a worldwide link-up from Jerusalem.
In this city which is so particularly significant in the dialogue between the great monotheistic religions, we left a visible sign marking the great experience lived with young people from different parts of the planet, by planting an olive tree as a symbol of peace.
The next step is the reciprocity worksite “Sharing with Africa and Madagascar”. This event will be launched from Nairobi during 2014 United World Week worldwide link-up. We are all looking forward to this moment with great enthusiasm. One hundred young people are expected to participate: 50 from the African Continent and 50 from various parts of the world.
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