On 18 June 2015 we went to a news conference in Rome, in the New Synod Hall of the Vatican, for the presentation of the encyclical Laudato si'
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The Vrinda Project is a knowledge sharing action: it creates a peer-to-peer cooperative environment where development actors share their experiences, expose their views and enable each other to better tackle development cooperation issues. The Vrinda Project builds on a previously implemented project called the "European Citizens working for the Global Development Agenda" (EUGAD) that received financial support from EuropeAid and was completed in June 2011.
The Kautilya Society, a non government organization, based in India, leads the team of experts that are developing the Vrinda Project (⇒Kautilya Society for Intercultural Dialogue). All contributions coherent with the Wikimedia founding principles are welcome.