Why is Don Bosco still important today?
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Why is Don Bosco still important today?
DATE: April 3, 2017 CATEGORY: Advocacy, News

Why is Don Bosco still important today? The audio statements of these young people show that Don Bosco is the opposite of old and rusty. His preventive approach and his loving kindness towards marginalized and excluded children and youths is as valid today as yesterday. This soundcloud was created in cooperation with Medienwerkstatt Bonn.

 

Be the change – Don Bosco youth against hate, extremism, radicalism and discrimination
DATE: April 3, 2017 CATEGORY: Advocacy, News

In cooperation with the German Grimme-Institut seven participants have produced this film in a “Digital Storytelling” workshop. They learned how to tell a good story and wrote their personal stories in small exercises, collected license free pictures and music. Finally they decided about the concept of this film and learned how to speak in front of a video camera and strengthened their digital competences.

 

Photo story from Volunteer in India
DATE: March 24, 2017 CATEGORY: Advocacy, News

Bonn Don Bosco Mission Volunteer in a project in Tamil Nadu in India, initiated a little “campaign” against child labour.

Peru Emergency: The Salesian Missions Office in Peru supports a national emergency
DATE: March 20, 2017 CATEGORY: Emergency, News

Foto 1-  PiuraPeru is experiencing the negative effects of climate change, in particular due to the torrential rains of recent weeks. This weather phenomenon is causing major emergencies, disasters and floods in Piura (in the north) and other regions of Peru. In recent weeks, heavy rains and landslides (floods with water, stones and mud), hit the southern and central zones, including Lima, the capital. According to official figures the death toll is 62 people and 11 remain missing.

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Don Bosco Network Working Group meeting 13-15 March 2017
DATE: March 14, 2017 CATEGORY: News

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13 – 15 March 2017 Don Bosco Network is hosting in Salesianum in Rome a set of Working Group meetings. The representatives of various Salesian organizations: Via Don Bosco – Belgium, VIS – Italy, Missioni Don Bosco – Italy, SWM – Poland, Don Bosco Missions – Germany, Don Bosco Mondo – Germany, Jovenes y Desarollo – Spain, BoscoNet/PARA – India, Don Bosco International and Salesian Past Pupils, gathered to share experiences, materials, best practices and plan effective cooperation in various fields of work and support to Salesian Mission worldwide.Read more »

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