November 16, 2015

Rights of the Child protected by Caritas in Swaziland

By |16 November 2015|

The right to “life, survival and development”, to “education and health care”, to “participation” are all protected under the Convention on the Rights of the Child which is commemorating its 26th anniversary.

Afghan refugees to Europe is still on the rise

By |13 November 2015|

For a decade, Afghans have been the largest source country for refugees in the world, but this was overtaken by Syrian refugees in 2014. Yet, the numbers of Afghan entering Europe is still on the rise, making up twenty per cent of all refugees.

Together as one human family on migration and mobility

By |11 November 2015|

The Valetta Summit is an opportunity for the EU and its African counterparts to begin addressing together social injustice and poverty, and to foster resilience against emerging conflicts and crises.

Seas and Walls: Why do people migrate?

By |6 November 2015|

Recent Caritas report enables a better understanding of the events that force people to become migrants.

Aid and compassion for refugees in Croatia

By |5 November 2015|

Caritas Croatia has a large operation in Opatovac, with 56 volunteers working day and night to provide food and clothes. The organisation has also supplied 200 bunk beds for weary refugees.

Medical care for refugees in Slovenia

By |4 November 2015|

Volunteer doctors from Caritas Hungary are leading the medical response for refugees and migrants crossing Slovenia.

Tea for 6,000 refugees a day in Croatia

By |4 November 2015|

Caritas volunteer Renato Seifert makes tea for an entire camp of refugees crossing Croatia. That's 4,000 litres a day for 6,000 people.

October 28, 2015

Medical teams help refugees in Slovenia

By |28 October 2015|

Caritas Hungary doctors has come to provide healthcare to refugees and migrants in Slovenia while the the national Caritas provides food and clothes.

Caritas launches appeal to help refugees in Macedonia

By |28 October 2015|

Caritas Internationalis is launching an emergency appeal to provide hot meals, better hygiene and winter clothes and shoes to refugees and migrants crossing Macedonia.

Growing numbers of refugees in Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia

By |26 October 2015|

Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia are struggling to cope with a record numbers of refugees arriving in their countries.
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    Cardinal Tagle urges solidarity for refugees after Greece visit

Cardinal Tagle urges solidarity for refugees after Greece visit

By |20 October 2015|

Cardinal Luis Tagle says more must be done to help people on their journey through Europe as they flee conflict at home. The Caritas Internationalis chief visited a transit camp on the Greek border

Cardinal Tagle visits Greece on refugee crisis

By |16 October 2015|

Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle of Manila will see how Caritas is helping migrants on a visit to Idomeni close to the border with Macedonia.

Organising communities to aid refugees in Greece

By |9 October 2015|

Caritas staff from around the world are in Greece to help organise local volunteers to provide aid to refugees in the best way possible.

Croatia welcomes refugees with hot cup of tea

By |5 October 2015|

Caritas Croatia welcomes refugees with hot cup of tea as they cross the country in search of a better life.

Refugees face cold and rain in Serbia

By |2 October 2015|

Ana Zivkovic is a communication officer for Caritas Serbia. She explains what kind of services Caritas Serbia is giving to refugees and migrants, what the challenges are and how she personally feels about their situation.

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