Successful human trafficking prevention can happen only if the root causes of forced migrations are addressed and the migrants are treated with dignity.
With monsoon rains and the onset of the cyclone season expected during the next few weeks, fears are intensifying for the safety of Rohingya people living in makeshift shelters in Bangladesh refugee camps.
Buddhist, Jewish, Muslim and Christian leaders will be calling on countries to ensure safe and legal pathways for migrants and refugees as well as inclusive societies and the right to remain at home.
Our awareness campaign is a chance to strengthen the bonds of our global human family. We want to create more spaces and opportunities for migrants and communities to come together.
The International Day of Prayer and Awareness against Trafficking in Persons is on 8 February. To mark the day we look at exploitation on the South China Sea.
Pope Francis was the first pontiff to visit in 500 years of Christianity in Myanmar. He brought a message of peace so people may “build harmony and cooperation in serving the common good”. Conflict between the military and ethnic armed groups in Myanmar has left the country impoverished and the people open to exploitation, especially ...
As countries pledged $344 million for the Rohingya refugee crisis at a UN conference in Geneva yesterday, Caritas underlined the urgency of translating promises into practical help.
Three young men - Yancuba, Amadou and Berete - were Pope Francis’ special guests at his Wednesday General Audience at the Vatican at the launch of Caritas’ ‘Share the Journey’ campaign.
“Faced with the suffering of refugees and forced migrants, we cannot remain indifferent,” said Latin American bishop and voice for social justice, Msgr. Álvaro Ramazzini. On the eve of presenting at the Human Rights Council 35th Session in Geneva on 15 June, the bishop has spoken out strongly about the refugee and forced migration crisis ...