20 December International Day of Human Solidarity
20 December marks the International Day of Human Solidarity, an occasion dedicated to reflecting on our commitment to global cohesion and collective well-being. In a rapidly changing world, human solidarity stands as the essential glue that holds us together, a universal value that transcends cultural and geographic barriers. In this sense, human solidarity knows no boundaries. This day offers us the opportunity to promote empathy and inclusion, encouraging awareness of the challenges faced by communities around the world. Sharing stories, experiences and resources is key to building bridges between diversities and creating a more just and sustainable world.
LINK 2007’s commitment to Human Solidarity
On the occasion of this World Human Solidarity Day, LINK 2007 renews its ongoing commitment to promoting solidarity, supporting projects and initiatives that aim to improve the lives of those who need it most, right up to the last mile, in Italy and everywhere in the world. The growing complexity of the challenges facing development cooperation requires knowledge and the ability to analyse, synergy and complementarity. In this sense, the significance of LINK 2007 is to network the heritage of organisations that for decades, in dialogue with society and institutions, have been working against poverty, for the development of peoples and for a fairer, more just and more supportive world.
World Human Solidarity Day is a reminder of our collective responsibility to build a future of solidarity and sustainability. Every gesture of kindness, every act of sharing contributes to strengthening the fabric of our global society.