May 13, 2014

Open your arms to migrants

By |13 May 2014|

In a message to the Gobal Forum on Migration and Development, Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga said, "Migrants and refugees are not a problem to be solved. They are brothers and sisters with hopes, dreams and talents."

November 21, 2013

UN climate talks: Putting faith into action

By |21 November 2013|

Policy Officer Jo O'Neill reflects on a unique conference on faith communities attempts to tackle climate change and Poland's first ever Climate Mass.

Climate change talks in Warsaw

By |19 November 2013|

SCIAF believes that we have a duty to care for creation and that we should all have the opportunity to live life in dignity and to the full.

September 25, 2013

Empowerment through participation Post-2015

By |25 September 2013|

Caritas says that the empowerment of people in poverty must be central to global development as the United Nations plans its strategy for closing the gap between rich and poor in coming years.

April 30, 2013

Taking Congo’s message to the United Nations

By |30 April 2013|

Caritas has been a profound partner assisting us at every level with courage and compassion as well as their capacity to make differences in the lives of people and communities.

March 29, 2013

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    World Social Forum: No electricity, many talents and an old friend

World Social Forum: No electricity, many talents and an old friend

By |29 March 2013|

For me, Tunis WSF experience reconfirmed the strength of Caritas and its capacity to act and react as a network in front of a diversity of challenges.

Caritas at the World Social Forum in Tunis

By |26 March 2013|

Caritas has been involved in the WSF since its beginnings. Caritas believes it’s an opportunity to exchange ideas and to build the momentum towards real change. This year Caritas will look at migration, trafficking, the right to food, corruption and tax evasion.

December 17, 2012

Youth make big climate splash in Oceania

By |17 December 2012|

While the Doha climate talks were wrapping up, over 700 young people from throughout the Pacific came to this event in Auckland, to learn, be inspired, have fun and take action. Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand sponsored 12 from New Zealand and two from Vanuatu to attend.

Deadline in Doha

By |6 December 2012|

Wake up call for the Doha climate talks

By |4 December 2012|

November 29, 2012

Caritas exhibit in Doha attracts many guests

By |29 November 2012|

Mongolia goes to Doha

By |26 November 2012|

Even though – in the eyes of climate change decision-makers - the problems of Mongolia may not even amount to 1% of the world’s climate change issues, they are gradually worsening. On the ground, Caritas Mongolia intervenes by implementing a Food Security Project introducing Passive Solar Greenhouses, absorbing natural solar warming and releasing it to the vegetables.

Keeping faith in the climate talks

By |23 November 2012|

As the international climate negotiations re-open in Doha, should we keep faith in the possibility of a successful outcome despite the difficulties of brokering a deal among 194 countries?

Do the right thing at Doha climate talks

By |22 November 2012|

Droughts across West Africa, storms smashing into North America and the Caribbean, glaciers melting faster than imagined: the impact of bad and unusual weather patterns were clearly visible in 2012. But what was less clear was the political and public will to make the sacrifices necessary to address the driving forces behind climate change and its impact on the poor and vulnerable. The UN Climate Change Conference is meeting once more, this time in Doha, Qatar 26 November -7 December. Caritas believes 2012 is an important year in these negotiations. Government must build on some of the breakthroughs made at the Durban conference held this time last year. They must come up with concrete proposals on greater cuts in Green House Gas emissions, money to support vulnerable communities most affected by climate change and a clear work plan towards a global climate deal in 2015. Read our statement paper The Caritas confederation of [...]

Caritas discusses the politics of agriculture in Doha

By |1 November 2012|

Agriculture – namely, small-scale farming and organic farming – is at the heart of the Caritas work on food security and food safety in many developing countries.

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