February 19, 2014

Concern is growing over deadly unrest in Ukraine

By |19 February 2014|

Caritas Ukraine says violence in Ukraine between police and protesters is spiralling out of control. Dialogue and a plan for peace is needed to end the impasse.

Questions and answers on South Sudan crisis

By |18 February 2014|

A huge humanitarian crisis is now affecting the majority of South Sudan with close to one million people forced from their homes as they flee violence.
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    Central African Republic archbishop condemns attacks on Muslims

Central African Republic archbishop condemns attacks on Muslims

By |18 February 2014|

Thousands of Muslim families are being forced from their homes in the Central Africain Republic. Msgr Dieudonné Nzapalainga, Archbishop of Bangui and Caritas Central African President says attacks must end.

South Sudan at crossroads say its bishops

By |4 February 2014|

South Sudan's bishops call on the Catholic community to support relief efforts in their country. They also say with a shaky ceasefire in place, reconciliation and reform are essential.

Immigrants to Italy face discrimination

By |3 February 2014|

I’ve spoken to many Italians who’ve told me they want their kids to go abroad to work when they’re older, because there are few job opportunities in Italy.

January 29, 2014

Lifting the lid on human trafficking

By |29 January 2014|

Pope Francis says human trafficking is a crime against humanity. Caritas and other Christian organisations work together through COATNET to expose the crime.

Buying and selling people

By |21 January 2014|

Almost 21 million people are the victims of trafficking. The vast majority are from Asia and are women. Christian organisations supported by Caritas Internationalis are working together to combat trafficking.

Caritas says tragedy must end in Syria

By |21 January 2014|

Caritas says international conference on Syria must lead to an immediate ceasefire to end the violence and allow aid to reach people.

Child migrants become labourers in Ghana

By |18 January 2014|

Child migrants in Ghana are ending up exploited as porters. Caritas says they need protection and the poverty driving them from their homes needs to be cut.

Christian organisations tackle labour exploitation

By |16 January 2014|

The anti-trafficking network COATNET will meet in Madrid next week to discuss trafficking for labour exploitation and domestic servitude. Moreover, members of the network will outline their common plan and collective actions for the coming years.

December 17, 2013

A view from Algeria on International Day of Migrants

By |17 December 2013|

View from Algeria on International Day of Migrants, focusing on Caritas help with children and minors
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    Caritas is providing aid to Ethiopian migrant workers expelled from Saudi Arabia

Caritas is providing aid to Ethiopian migrant workers expelled from Saudi Arabia

By |17 December 2013|

Caritas is providing aid after tens of thousands of Ethiopian migrant workers are expelled from Saudi Arabia

Pope Francis calls for One Human Family, Food for All

By |11 December 2013|

Pope Francis has told crowds in St Peter’s Square that hunger is a scandal and he urged them to support the Caritas ‘One Human Family, Food for All’ campaign.

One wave, one human family, food for all

By |11 December 2013|

Caritas organisations like India, Development and Peace in Canada, CRS and CCUSA in the US, mobilised dioceses to pray for One Human Family, Food for All.

Pope Francis denounces ‘global scandal’ of hunger

By |9 December 2013|

Pope Francis says that the world can no longer turn away from the millions of people who are suffering from hunger.

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