IDEP 2022

International Day to End Poverty 2022

Every year on October 17, people worldwide commemorate the International Day to End Poverty. This year’s theme is Dignity for all in practice: The commitments we make together for social justice, peace and the planet. 


International Day to End Poverty 2022

The observance of the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty can be traced back to 17 October 1987. The commemoration of this day reflects the willingness of people living in poverty to use their expertise to contribute to the eradication of poverty. People of all backgrounds gather every year on 17 October to renew their commitment and show solidarity.

For October 17th 2022, we continued to ‘Light up the UK map’ to showcase all of the amazing activities taking place for #IDEP2021.

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Challenge Poverty Week

The APLE Collective are taking part in Challenge Poverty Week, which is an opportunity for voices that are often ignored to be heard loud and clear. It’s a chance to focus on the need to tackle poverty and show the immense difference we could make to our society if we do.

Challenge Poverty Week England and Wales

Living Not Just Existing: Dignity for All.

Challenge Poverty Week Scotland

#TurnTheTide on poverty.

IDEP Blog Posts 2022

APLE at the APPG On Poverty #IDEP2022

During the week of International Day to End Poverty and Challenge Poverty Week APLE Collective visit…

Travelling to London for APPG on Poverty

It has been nearly a decade since I started to travel to London Independently. London starting anoth…

silhouette photography of group of people jumping during golden time
Human Rights for #IDEP2022

MONDAY 17 OCTOBER 2022  Good morning ladies and gentlemen and welcome to Glasgow Square this fi…

JRF / APLE Twitter Takeover 2022

To (another) new Prime Minister

“The 17th of October is especially significant because it emphasises the importance of understanding the perspectives of those who have lived through adversity in order to develop effective social change.”