The APLE Collective are part of a national movement that occurs every year on October 17th, known as the International Day to End Poverty.
Our #LightUpTheUKMap campaign.
The APLE Collective’s groundbreaking “Light Up The UK Map” campaign, aims to showcase the incredible efforts being made to tackle poverty and commemorate the International Day to End Poverty 2023 (IDEP). This initiative boldly brings together individuals with lived experiences during IDEP, ensuring their voices are heard loud and clear. Through the power of an interactive map, this campaign vividly illustrates the extent of solidarity and hard work taking place nationwide. Don’t miss out on discovering the awe-inspiring events happening near you!
The History of IDEP by Eva Carrillo Roas
#IDEP2023 Blog Posts
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Taking voice seriously- The value of voice.
This briefing paper is APLE Collective’s shared knowledge reflecting our commitment to taking lived experience voices seriously.
International Day to End Poverty
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 the 17th of October to renew their commitment and show solidarity.
For October 17th, 2023, we want to continue to ‘Light up the UK map’ showcasing all of the amazing activities taking place for #IDEP2023.