Makeshift settlements outside Somalia's capital, Mogadishu. Famine is spreading alongside with diseases linked to poor sanitary conditions - Photo: Amunga Eshuchi/Trocaire (Caritas Ireland)
The European Union is on the verge of adopting proposals to reorient its development policy to meet the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and contribute to “ending poverty in all its dimensions, irreversibly, everywhere, and leaving no one behind”. However, instead of sending a strong signal of its commitment...
Statement - Let’s get serious about working together with Africa as one human family! Joint letter from Caritas Europa and Caritas Africa to the EU-Africa Valletta Summit
Let’s get serious about working together with Africa as one human family!
Last year, African and European leaders came together at the Fourth EU-Africa Summit to agree on concrete forms of cooperation on migration and mobility, without embarking on the implementation. It is, therefore, high time that our leaders put this...
Press Release: Caritas Calls on EU Governments to Guarantee Reception and Fair Treatment of Those Fleeing Middle East and North Africa

European Development Days 2011

Fri, 14/12/2012 - 15:06
Caritas Europa organised the seminar "Preventing a New Famine in the Horn of Africa: The role of the EU in building resilience", along with One, Oxfam and the Polish Humanitarian Action (PAH), in the frame of the European Development Days, held in Warsaw...