New Humanity Movement

Social Harmony and Art

Assistance to the children and families of the slums of Mumbai



Udisha is a Sanskrit word which indicates the “first rays of the sun” and symbolizes the hope we want to give to the children of document our project (see the PPT) (21.78 MB) .

Mumbai, called Bombay till a few years ago, is a megalopolis with a population of over 14 million. It’s India’s commercial capital generating 5% of the country’s GDP, 25% of the industrial production, and 70% of capital transactions of the Indian economy.


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In Rome, the Association Happy Time


A couple with a kid suffering from a severe disability. The rediscovery of the value of sorrow, “the precious pearl” one needs in order to learn how to measure her needs on the ones of her neighbor and to live, giving value to every single choice. It is a mum that tells this story, but she is also the promoter, together with others, of an initiative that involves the whole neighborhood, and has a wide perspective.

By Rosalba Lauria- Rome

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Here is the right place to live!


Here is the right place to live! This is what we are being told from Eschenbach, a Swiss village, south of Zurich, in an enchanting valley, where it is possible to find fun and relax for the whole family. Outdoor excursions and mountain bike tracks, uncontaminated nature and ... much much more! 


By Christine Stehli- Zurich

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The tender notes of Plash's children


The Philippines: a guitar teacher comes upon a group of children living on the roadside, in need of everything and forgotten by all. He decides to dedicate his time, but especially his heart, to improve the living conditions of these last, involving friends and institutions, finding them a home, and teaching to these "little" the secrets of the music.

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Ascoli Piceno: the city is renewed



In a town in the Marche region of Italy, the whole community is enthusiastic about a project to make their city more beautiful - A journey began (in 2007) involving civil and religious authorities, but above all the young people and it’s going ahead today with its gaze fixed on the future.

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