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Caritas Italy has welcomed 150 refugees freed from terrible and unjust detention in Libya. The refugees arrived in Italy in a joint operation co-ordinated by Caritas Italy, the Italian Government and the United Nations. It is the second humanitarian evacuation from the North African country after a previous operation in December.
Many young people and children can now enjoy freedom after months or even years of torture and injustice suffered along the migratory routes. Italy ...is showing the whole world that legal and safe avenues are possible and feasible, especially when there’s a co-ordinated effort by Italian and international institutions and organisations.
Father Francesco Soddu, director of Caritas Italiana , said: "This operation is another step taken to promote and implement legal and safe entry routes. In a fortnight more refugees will come from Ethiopia under the Humanitarian Corridor programme, showing once again that we can only manage migration by opening legal ways of entry."
Pope Francis tells us: “Our heavenly Father always listens to his children who cry to him,” together with the heartfelt appeal that we too should hear this cry.
This Lent, Caritas breaks the silence on the murderous conflict that has left 3 million people hungry and 400,000 children suffering from severe acute malnutrition in Kasai, DRC. Without aid, many vulnerable people will simply not survive the hardships they face. Please give generously to our Lent appeal: http://bit.ly/2ErAc97
The Pope Francis Center for Justice and Charity in Portland has created a one-minute video showcasing some of the migrant priests in the Archdiocese of Portland. #ShareJourney
Pope Francis invited all of us to “join forces to prevent #trafficking and guarantee protection and assistance to victims." On this Feast Day of St. Bakhita, Caritas highlights exploitation in the international commercial fishing industry on the #SouthChinaSea . http://bit.ly/2E9UM1L #EndHumanTrafficking #ShareJourney
The Holy Father’s message for the World Day of Migrants and Refugees (celebrated on 14th January 2018) cites ways in which political communities and civil society can share the responsibility for migrants and refugees on a global level.
With temperatures dropping to freezing point at night during the next few weeks, a hard year is closing with yet more endurance required of the Rohingya people in Bangladesh refugee camps.
Having spent all her life unable to walk, Amal, now 5, isn’t losing any time. She plays with the other children, walks to school, is constantly climbing, swinging and having a lark. One year on from the end of the battle of Aleppo, she is a symbol of life overcoming tragedy: https://www.caritas.org/2017/12/one-year-aleppo/
Caritas works in the east and west of Aleppo, reaching 35,000 people with aid distributions, counselling and education, medical and rent support. One year after battle of Aleppo, here are stories from surviving residents.
Pope Francis met a group of refugees fleeing Myanmar in Bangladesh on 1 December on his trip to Asia. The 16 Rohingya refugees travelled to Dhaka from Cox's Bazar, where they live in huge camps. Caritas Bangladesh’s James Gomes accompanied refugees to meet Pope Francis and told us what happened: http://bit.ly/2zNHKkg
This Advent we are called to look at children born in camps, on borders, on the margins of societies with new and bold eyes. Dare we open our doors? https://www.caritas.org/advent-appeal-2017/
On his visit to Myanmar, Pope Francis called for “respect for the dignity and rights of each member of society, respect for each ethnic group and its identity, respect for the rule of law, and respect for a democratic order.” Read more about the work of Caritas divided by conflict in Myanmar: http://bit.ly/2BwvHJq
“Young girls need an education and life skills. They need to learn about trafficking and the dangers of migration to avoid having a life like mine.” said Moe, who was trafficked as a sex slave twice, once to Thailand and once to China.