Photo: Patrick Nicholson/Caritas Internationalis
Caritas Europa finds it shameful how the EU-Turkey deal has left thousands of people stranded in inhumane and degrading conditions in Greece, inevitably resulting in others taking more dangerous routes to seek protection in the EU. “The EU cannot...
Statement - EU-Turkey deal anniversary
Photo: Antonio Fantasia/Caritas Europa
Caritas Europa’s promising integration practices have drawn the attention of European Parliament (EP) Members participating in the Intergroup Fighting against Poverty. The Chair of the Intergroup, Sylvie Goulard (ALDE), is hosting a panel with Caritas...
Press release: Caritas’ integration practices spotted by EP

Caritas helps vulnerable people suffering from cold winter

Caritas helps vulnerable people suffering from cold winter
Winter time clearly highlights the vulnerable situation of people who struggle to deal with extreme weather conditions. This is particularly true for migrants and refugees. And this year this is truer than ever as the situation in Greece and Serbia shows. According to the Director of Caritas Greece,...
Yusra the swimmer and Soha the hairdresser, stories of empowerment from the island of Lesvos
The Greek authorities officially state that there are now around 60,000 migrants and refugees in Greece. Most of those on mainland arrived from the Turkish coast before 20 March, the day on which the agreement between the EU and Turkey started to be implemented. After this date, those...
Photo: Caritas Ventimiglia-San Remo
Caritas Europa, together with its members Secours Catholique-Caritas France and Caritas Italy, calls on the EU and in particular on the French and Italian governments to take action to respect the human dignity and fundamental rights of migrants stuck in...
Press Release: Caritas warns: human dignity threatened in Ventimiglia Op-Ed: The EU agenda behind the Migration Partnership Framework
The EU agenda behind the Migration Partnership Framework
In this in-depth analysis, migration and development expert, Bob van Dillen, exposes the weaknesses of the European Commission's Migration Partnership Framework and questions its capacity to really serve the purpose of helping people in need...

Pages