Environemental issuesDominican sister walking amidst the aftermath of a bomb attack in IraqDominican friar in Columbia talking to womanFlags at the United NationsThe rights of Indigenous people

Developing a sense of human responsibility for a healthy environment

Promoting freedom of religion.

Dominican sister after an anti-Christian bombing in Iraq.

Fighting extreme poverty

Dominican friar working at community development in Columbia

Preaching to the Nations

Dominicans for Justice and Peace (Order of Preachers), in Special ECOSOC consultative status with the United Nations

Dominican friar working with the Indigenous communities in the jungles of Peru

Intervención des los Dominicos sobre el Derecho a la Educación de los niños viviendo y / o trabajando en la calle

Despite it is hard to determine the exact number of children working and/or living on the street worldwide, according to UNICEF estimation, they represent around 100 million children, whose fundamental rights are constantly violated. In particular, they are quite systematically denied the right to education though, up to now, the issue has not raised much awareness among society nor relevant intervention from public authorities.

Iguales oportunidades en el Derecho a la Educación : la necesidad de un proceso basado sobre el derecho

L’égalité des chances : un sujet de la plus haute importance pour la pleine mise en œuvre du droit à l’éducation. La famille Dominicaine, en charge de nombreuses institutions éducatives de l'éducation de base jusqu'aux études supérieures défend le développement de politiques basées sur le droit et plaçant l'enfant au centre du dispositif.


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