Movilidad

Dear Immigrant Brothers and Sisters: As these days of lockdown caused by Covid 19 are being extended, I want to tell you that from the 13th, I am at your service by means of : (WhatsApp 647265838, video calls and email: cdcacj@yahoo.es and diazcortesconsuelo @gmail.com) To many immigrants with NIE...

Activities done during Covid lockout days by the Region of India. Click for video  Roha Community: Distributing food materials to Kathkari tribal villages, migrants who live in poultry farms, people from North who are daily wage earners , needy parishioners etc. So far they have covered 1574 families in 45 villages...

A new boat, recently painted, clean planks of wood well nailed together. Security, fishing, transportation… That boat already used, chipped paint, splinters, rusted nails. 366 people inside. 366 dreams struggling to keep afloat in a sea that started out tranquil and becomes unnavigable. Wooden planks floating, broken some grasped in...

Jasmine (fictitious name), 50 years old, a single parent divorced from a Japanese man, has two children. The elder is a girl 16 years old, in the 4th year of junior high school, and the younger a boy 13 years old, a grade 6 student;...

Venezuela in Chaos, a Stream of Flights under Pressure In recent years, the political and economic crisis and the flagrant violation of human rights have forced more that 4.6 million people to flee Venezuela. This phenomenon of displaced persons is the second largest forced migration...

The life of returnee children from Cambodia in Tan Bien, Vietnam. It has been almost a year since we began the experience in Tay Ninh. In a short time, we have initiated quite a few services here, such as teaching English, Math and Vietnamese in the...

FICONPAZ (Foundation Institute for Building Peace) is a children’s movement SEMBRADORES DE PAZ (SOWERS OF PEACE) of the Archdiocese of Bogotá. In Caracolí it was begun with adolescents who received Confirmation in November, 2019, and a girl who made her First Communion. Other adolescents have...

Walking through the town, we met up with Nimer, a young man, dark skinned, thin, polite, humble, smiling, who looked at us hopefully. He had just come back from Venezuela, with his wife and three-year-old son. She was not with him at that moment because...

The Handmaids of the United States have been involved in projects in El Salvador for more than 15 years. From these experiences and the migration reality that we are living with the current Administration in our country we want to echo a report that reveals...