It is impossible to "build back better" without cancelling the debt of poor countries and reinvesting these funds in COVID-19 response and recovery
Bombings on Gaza claimed 240 lives in just 11 days. Sr. Bridget Tighe, director of Caritas Jerusalem, welcomes the ceasefire and explains what Caritas will do to help the many people who were injured and traumatised.
Vaccines are to be considered as common property of humanity and must be made available for all with equity, justice and as a human right.
Caritas Internationalis Secretary General, Aloysius John, urges the international community to put the respect for human rights and human dignity at the heart of the recovery from the pandemic.
Caritas confederation urges decision makers and the United Nations to call for a Security Council meeting to address access to vaccines as a global security problem and to undertake debt remission of the poorest countries
Caritas Internationalis is pleased to collaborate with the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna for the training of new qualified operators.
Caritas found profound inspiration in Paul VI’s encyclical Populorum Progressio, where the Pontiff stated that “development is the new name of peace”.
On the World Day against Trafficking in Persons, Caritas and COATNET urge governments to intensify efforts to stop increased number of exploitation during the pandemic