What is "Teachers Against Poverty"?
Teachers Against Poverty is a non-profit organization whose main goal is to work to eliminate and reduce educational poverty in the world. The organization was founded with the aim of creating peaceful social movements to support teachers working to alleviate educational poverty, as well as providing a platform for students in the difficult regions of many countries.
From the point of view of Teachers Against Poverty, narration and retelling of events make the manifestations of truth clearer. So we do our best to represent what is close to reality.
Mohammad Abedi is an Iranian writer. He is known for his novel Lictor, which has been translated in more than 15 languages. He is the founder of Hermes Magazine. This magazine works in the field of Philosophy, Literature, Art and Mythology. He is also the founder of the Teachers Against Poverty movement.
Mohammad Abedi cannot take part in person but he send a voice recording and a link to a short film. - We are going to listen to the sound file together and watch the film, and discuss options afterwards. - While the movie as well as the voice recording will be in English (language help is available for both), the discussion can be in German, if participants wish.