Fragments from the ALLATRA NEWS


Yassir Jamal in interview to ALLATRA TV shared his opinion about how important it is to carry out such unifying initiatives that unite all people in the world, what do we all people have in common, and about work on oneself.

On September 28, 2019, Naples (Italy), an online conference "Game of PROFESSIONALS. SOCIETY. THE LAST CHANCE. CLIMATE" will be held on the platform of ALLATRA International Public Movement. 

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On the 13th of April 2019, the large-scale interdisciplinary online conference about climate change problems and rapid increase of natural disasters on the planet was initiated by active ALLATRA participants from Czech Republic, Slovakia, Germany and Great Britain. O...

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Realizing the importance and urgency of the problem associated with rapid climate change, and understanding that silence and inaction in this situation cost millions of human lives, active participants of Allatra International Public Movement initiated the first interna...

As the New Year approaches, each person reviews the passing year to see the results of his achievements. And the inner desire to live in love, joy, and happiness drives him toward finding the source that gives life.

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What kind of information prevails in mass media today, such our society will  become tomorrow. In the world community, there is a lack of true information about the essence of the events that are happening. In this regard, Internet technologies and the genre of journali...

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ALLATRA INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC MOVEMENT is an association of pro-active, honest and good-hearted people from across the globe who strive to use their best qualities for the benefit of society. Millions of people all around the world take active part in creating large-scal...

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Fragment from the Good News 71. On August 22nd, the film crew of ALLATRA TV was invited as part of mass media to attend the presentation of the music video by Paul Manandise.