Caritas has launched an emergency appeal to raise money to help 4.3 million people in need humanitarian assistance in Mali.
Worldwide Caritas agencies to join in a campaign of prayer against human trafficking and to break the silence around this scourge of modern life.
Caritas considers access to social services as crucial to protect people from exploitation and abuse, illness, and xenophobia.
More than eighty women in Mahama refugee camp receive Caritas training of livelihood and now could feel welcomed in a community.
Caritas will showcase artistic activism of Share the Journey campaign on behalf of migrants and refugees, as its pledge in support of Global Refugee Forum.
Unleashing the power of the creative arts to promote deeper understanding of migration is the focus of Caritas’ Share the Journey Campaign for its Global Week of Action 2019.
Successful human trafficking prevention can happen only if the root causes of forced migrations are addressed and the migrants are treated with dignity.
Humanity isn’t made up of the most powerful leaders, the richest people or the people who shout the loudest. Caritas has created a giant collage of faces which includes many different and contrasting faces as part of its Share the Journey campaign on the culture of encounter.