New Humanity Movement

Ethnicities and Cultures

Korea: the Village of Joy




The 1950 Korean civil war left the country divided in two: South and North Korea, separated at the 38th latitude parallel. As you all know, the North is under a very rigid military regime that allows no freedom and is leading the population toward disaster because it lacks food and basic services...

By Amata Kim


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100 toothpicks for Batam


A project that provides various forms of help and action, in a sort of partnership between different cities and communities. Youth, adults, children, locals and tourists alike: there are many people involved in the project Batam.








Click here to know the history about this project between Singapore and Indonesia.

The revolution of Glolé


The City Project in Côte d'Ivoire. After Kanawolo it is now the turn of Glolé, a small village near the Isle of Man, where action and contemplation go hand in hand to revive the village.

by Gueu Séraphin-Man, Cote d'Ivoire

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Genoa, working with the Roma




Daily life in the city of the Lantern: reciprocity in relationships with the Roma and Sinti communities, working towards a respectful integration. Four friends tell us …

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The 88-nationality chain



Westphalia, Northern Germany.  The city of Kamen, with its 88 nationalities, is indeed a small cosmopolitan universe. Two priests, particularly sensitive to young people, and moved by the ideal of fraternity, tell us how they succeed in establishing links, that from solidarity blossom in fraternity.

by Meinolf Wacker- Kamen (Germany)

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