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L'Arche and the winds of change

When a tornado strikes, it is good to have something really solid to hang on to. In L’Arche, we discover, often to our surprise, that some of our most solid anchor points are also the most invisible: the ties that bind us together, our...

Leave no-one behind!

Leave no-one behind! That is the message of the International Day for People with Disabilities (IDPD), celebrated on 3rd December, 2016. “But this is more than just a message, and L'Arche welcomes that wholeheartedly,” says Mr. Louis Pilote,...

United Nations welcomes L’Arche

As of July 2015, L’Arche International has been granted Special Consultative status at ECOSOC, the branch of the UN that promotes Social and Economic development. One advantage is that from now on, L’Arche will be consulted on all issues to do with disability, a priority area for the UN since the...

Jean Vanier wins the 2015 Templeton Prize

Jean Vanier, the founder of L’Arche, a revolutionary international network of communities where people with and without intellectual disabilities live and work together as peers, has won the 2015 Templeton Prize.

Jean Vanier at the British Parliament

On January 19, Jean Vanier was invited by the ecumenical steering group Together for the Common Good, to speak at the British Parliament on the subject of ‘Living together for the common good: why do the strong need the weak?'