United World Project


The new “Atlas of universal fraternity”

9 July 2014   |   , ,
Dossier UWP-29

But in the pages of this Atlas it’s also possible to read again the first steps of the United World Project to Budapest in 2012 with 12 thousand young people who are committed to living the “do what you would have them do to you” and about the second step of Jerusalem in 2013 with 125 other young people, while the keywords support text and testimonials give statements of everyday fraternity.

A fraternity, as an active phenomenon, which can be declined. It can be investigate, in fact, as happens in the first chapter and in the third. It can be studied because it has a specific cultural apparent in history, as is explained in the second chapter. And finally, the fraternity can be told: through 45 stories chosen by the 800 cards came from 42 countries. They are not the only ones, of course, and many others could be told. But all would speak to us and our time. The same time when you need to tell the positive effects of the fraternity to continue to hope.

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