Tailoring store for Indian women

by Yatra onlus
Tailoring store for Indian women
Tailoring store for Indian women
Tailoring store for Indian women
Tailoring store for Indian women
Tailoring store for Indian women
Tailoring store for Indian women
Tailoring store for Indian women
Tailoring store for Indian women
Tailoring store for Indian women
Tailoring store for Indian women
Tailoring store for Indian women
Tailoring store for Indian women

From 11 to 13 October 2019 at the Piazza Capitaniato - Padova the XXV Edizione di Tuttaunaltracosa will be held.

The National Fair Trade Festival, organized by the Botteghe del Mondo Association, the national network of more than 60 members of world shops and importers, active since 1991, is wholly uncanny.

The association, in addition to promoting fair trade throughout the territory, promotes the birth of new business realities and carries out training activities on sustainable development, in collaboration with universities and schools.

Yatra will be present with tailoring products.

Yatra continues to present products through its website and Festival around Italy.

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Behind the Indian Boom / The other side of the Miracle

  Published: March 25, 2019

On Wednesday, March 27, 2019 in Turin Behind the Indian Boom starts, the Italian re-edition of the photo exhibition that the anthropologist Alpa Shah (LSE) and film-maker Simon Chambers created in London as a return collective of a three-year research project conducted with Jens Lerche (SOAS), on the theme "Inequality and poverty in India's economic boom".

The project is edited by journalist Daniela Bezzi, who coordinated the work with London.

The exhibition is spread in three different locations:
- Campus Luigi Einaudi (27 March - 2 April)
- International Training Center of the ILO (27 March - 17 May)
- Regione Piemonte Area (28 May - 15 June)

the exhibition will have a double inauguration on 27/3 both in the morning, with the planned conference at the Luigi Einaudi Campus of professors Jens Lerche and Alpa Shah, who led this research project, in comparison with the rector Gianmaria Ajani; and then again at 6 pm, inside the ITCILO Campus

The re-edition of the Exhibition for the city of Turin is part of the India Invisible Project, which aims to shed light on the hidden folds of the Indian economic boom, highlighting the realities of exploitation and discrimination.
 This project is the work of a research group of the University of Turin consisting of Tommaso Bobbio, Chiara Correndo, Alessandra Consolaro and Domenico Francavilla, which operates within the ISA (Institute of Studies on Asia) and the Departments of Jurisprudence, Humanistic Studies and Cultures Politics and Society of the University of Turin.
 Invisible India takes place in collaboration with the Centro Studi Sereno Regis, Citizenships, ITCILO and the non-profit association Jarom.

Behind the Indian Boom is part of the Biennale Democrazia 2019, a cultural event promoted by the City of Turin and created by the Turin Foundation for Culture. The aim of the initiative is to spread a culture of democracy that can be translated into democratic practice.
 Now in its sixth edition, Biennale Democrazia will take place in Turin from Wednesday 27th to Sunday 31st March 2019 and, with the title VISIBLE INVISIBLE, will host a reflection on news and distortions produced by a world of "high visibility".

2019 Biennale Democracy - The other side of the Miracle (Behind the Indian Boom)

info: www.indiainvisibile.it and related social networks

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Dear supporters,

from the missions that Yatra supports in Ranchi (India) the best wishes for Christmas and Happy 2018 come to you; by students, teachers, doctors and operators and religious who in the schools of the Doctrinal Fathers and the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul continue to give us signs of joy and hope, even in daily adversities.

With good wishes, we want to bring you the spirit of celebration and joy that our students have recently experienced on the occasion of the celebrations for the Foundation of the Mission and the Feast of masters and teachers.

Prayers, representations in typical local costumes and team games animated the mission with the large participation of the parents and the inhabitants of the neighborhood.

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Despite the social and economic difficulties the community is always very united and supportive, in these moments it also transmits to us a strength and a determination that bodes well for future developments.

Hope that we want to convey to you as we approach Christmas, drawing inspiration from another episode that we want to bring back to you from the words of the new principal of Little School Dingon Kujur:

"This year after a visit to the houses in the neighborhood, 24 other children were admitted to the Little School by Adlin and Luisa, both of whom have blind parents, forced to ask for alms on the street. Now Adlin and Luisa, like all their comrades, attend school, have uniforms, books, notebooks, medical care and meals offered by the mission "and, we may add, they can hope for a better future in a corner of the world in rapid economic development, but that still knows pockets of extreme poverty.

To give hope to our Indian friends, we also invite you to spread knowledge of Yatra's projects among family members, colleagues and friends and to consult news from Ranchi via the Internet, on the association's website (www.yatraweb.it); you will be able to follow more easily the developments of all the activities that we could not promote without your contribution to reduce the discomfort and suffering of our Indian brothers.


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Some proposals that can support our commitment in India


1. The distance adoption of the Ranchi and Jareya classes.

The possibility for the girls and boys of the Little School, of the Kokar school of the Sisters of Saint Vincent of the Nawa Maha school of Jareya to continue their studies depends on our sharing of their journey.

With 15 euros per month each of us can support the classes of the school project.


2. The products of the Yatra tailoring

The beautiful and colorful products of the Cesar Silai Center are always at your disposal.

You can choose and order them on the web shop.yatraweb.ito see them and choose them personally contacting us with an email to ordini@yatraweb.it


3. the Serigraphy by Ugo Nespolo

As you know, maestro Ugo Nespolo donated his own personal screen printing to support Yatra projects in India.

You can book a copy with an email to ordini@yatraweb.it


4. Try your luck at the charity counter

Saturday 1 and Sunday, December 2, we organize at the Parish of Jesus Nazarene a large charity bank with Yatra products, try your luck and, you never know, fish the right gift!

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Difficulties in the search for work and the lack of guides and development tools for the poorer population very often lead to serious problems such as juvenile alcoholism and social disintegration.

Until today, Yatra has committed itself to providing the basic means for a modest but significant social development, equipping schools and clinics, planning work projects and basic computer courses, with the hope of providing some tools necessary for the recognition of the dignity of person.

The presence on the field, however, has made aware the Association of the urgency to offer a particular support to that youthful band abandoned to itself and without a future, exposed to harmful social wounds, first of all that of alcoholism.

The path to be taken to contribute to circumscribing this problem is long and less immediate than the actions taken so far. Furthermore, Yatra does not yet have the necessary tools to read the situation and activate a committed intervention project. Taking an example from the experience in the West it has been hypothesized that a sports aggregation project was one of the most valid forms of support for the youth world, an initial engine for a social activity that succeeds in proposing values and incentives towards long-term objectives.

Yatra is convinced of the validity of youth sporting aggregation as a tool to promote better growth, especially if guided by educators who are not only attentive to the competitive and technical aspect but also to human and social formation.

For these reasons, Yatra began its path of support for young people with a sports project by launching a basketball course open to young people aged 14 to 18 and proposing to organize mini-tournaments for basketball, volleyball, animation, aimed at all young people between the ages of 6 and 18.

The medium-term objective is to train two basketball teams able to participate in local tournaments. The long-term goal is to create a group of young people, to be able to understand their problems and to lay the foundations for a broader social project.

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