“Visible” or “invisible”

Should we shield vulnerable people from possible abuse on social networks? Or should we promote their place in society, by displaying their image as o...

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Sisters reunited in L’Arche in Syria

An amazing story of two sisters, both with intellectual disabilities re-united at L’Arche Al-Safina in Damascus, Syria.

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Egypt – Partnership Programme

“He has improved so much you would hardly recognise that he was the same boy.”

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Her story, her way

This International Women’s Day on March 8, L’Arche salutes Priya from L'Arche in India, a woman who enjoys telling her story, her way. And that me...

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Connecting places, connecting people!

Subways and underpasses may be great for getting you from A to B. The Richmond underpass in London (Canada) is now an underground art gallery. The ove...

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Richard talks isolation

Richard Keagan Bull is a keen advocate for people like him, with learning disabilities. A member of L’Arche London (UK), was recently awarded a Coro...

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A question so basic…

Listen, watch and join Roman as he proclaims the words of poet and fellow Ukrainian, Vasyl Symonenko “You know that you are human?” Movie released...

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Love in the time of Covid

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

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