Dignity+love, the formula for integration

Dignity+Love: Cardinal Tagle, volunteering to share food packages among the people stuck between the border of Greece and Macedonia, 19 October 2015 - Picture: Caritas: Paul Haring
Our Holy Fathers, Saint John Paul II and Pope Francis, are particularly relevant to guide us against xenophobia. They remind us to not be afraid, to not be indifferent. Recognising Christ’s presence in our fellow humans, especially those with difficulties, is at the heart of our Christianity and...
Fleeing home to Greece and then northern Europe – the route refugees have to bear
Instability and war crises in countries throughout the Middle East and Africa have forced millions of people to flee their homes and countries, seeking a better future in Europe. Given the geographic position of Greece as the gate to Europe, Frontex considers the Turkish-Greek routes as a migratory...
Photo: by the Volunteers’ Team Solidarity Kos
The Greek crisis has been presented only through its economic aspect. But the economic crisis is only the effect of deeper problems within the political and economic institutions of Greece and the European Union. The origin of these problems has its roots on a generalized lack of ethical...