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    Stephan Posner, leader of L’Arche International, reflects on the response to the inquiry findings and L’Arche’s resilience. Translation from French to ...

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    Article by Nem Tomlinson, Community Leader in L’Arche Manchester (UK) - "I’ve been going through old things in the evenings; clothes, paperwork, lette ...

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    Like their compatriots, members of the L’Arche community in Argentina have been in lockdown for several months. Keeping to themselves has challenged t ...

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    Anne has just been awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia, for her outstanding work with men and women with an intellectual disability, an experi ...

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    Today, no country in the Federation has been left untouched by Covid-19: many of our workshops have had to close temporarily; programmes have been put ...

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    Coronavirus is posing a level of danger and upheaval many of us have never experienced before; profound changes to our way of living, being and intera ...

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    Stephan Posner, International Leader, answers questions from Philippine de Saint Pierre. English subtitles available on YouTube.

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    On February 22nd, 2020, the leaders of L’Arche International sent a letter to the Federation of L’Arche Communities, which operates in 38 countries wo ...

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    Our thanks go to everyone in the Federation for your thoughts and prayers as our land burns across Australia; this fire season pushes the devastation ...

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    “My name is Tatenda. I wrote this poem was to encourage my fellow members not to look down upon themselves, but to motivate them and to see that they ...

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    “No words. Franci had no words at all,” says Hazel Bradley, a long-term member of L'Arche London, UK, recalling her years in India with Franci Jayaraj ...

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    But which man? Is it Neil Armstrong, spaceman… the moon… summer 1969? Or maybe, just maybe, it is Jose, a man with an intellectual disability… L'Arche ...

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    Drought. In some countries, that means not washing the car or watering the garden. In Ivory Coast, by contrast, it is much more basic than that: “how ...

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    “It’s all go!” says Yvonne, on yet another busy morning at Café L’Arche in Callan, Ireland. “And it’s been like that since 2007, when we opened the do ...

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    Ever dreamed of running your own radio programme? Try tuning in to the team at L'Arche El Rusc, Tordera, Spain.

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    When we hear the name Bartek, we can think of... “Travel!” “Dictionaries! How many does that man have?!” “Dinosaurs! Dinosaurs! Dinosaurs!” “Paintings ...

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    Message from David Treanor “Dear friends, I would like to update you on our Communities in New Zealand. L’Arche Kapiti and L’Arche Mt Tabor are both l ...

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    What unites Kolkata and London? Many things, probably. Including sheer pain of grief at the death of a close friend. Bapi was a man with an intellectu ...

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    “Every time we really understand what Roberto means, it’s a very precious moment.” Luca, an assistant from L’Arche Bologna, (Italy), talks about his f ...

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    How many million times a day do these words “He told me that he loved me.” get spoken across the world’s cultures? This time, something different is g ...