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U.S. Catholic Working Group on Global Compacts on Refugees and Migration Statement on Second Formal Consultations towards a Global Compact on Refugees

APR 09 2018 by SIMN
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New York, April 9, 2018 - Introduction. Members of the U.S. Catholic Working Group on Global Compacts on Refugees and Migration are deeply involved in the care and accompaniment of forcibly displaced people at every stage of their journey, often in partnership with the U.S. government and United Nations agencies. We thank the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) for his able leadership in developing the latest draft for the Global Compact on Refugees. Through advocacy and service our work includes fighting against the root causes of forced migration, providing humanitarian support for internally displaced people (IDP) and refugees, seeking durable solutions with all stakeholders, and engaging local communities to provide protection and durable solutions through local integration, voluntary repatriation, and resettlement. While bringing a distinct American Catholic experience to our statement, we also echo and build upon the March 20, 2018 intervention by the delegation of the Holy See to the United Nations and Other International Organizations in Geneva.2

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Proyecto Conexión Portugués

APR 04 2018 by SIMN
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Porto Alegre, 14 de marzo de 2018 - El proyecto Conexión Portugués, desarrollado por la Misión de Pompeya a través  del centro Scalarbriniano CIBAI Migrações, además de la enseñanza de la lengua portuguesa a los migrantes que llegan a Rio Grande do Sul, les proporciona la inserción y la creación de nuevas raíces a la tierra que los acoge.

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Portuguese Connection Project

APR 04 2018 by SIMN
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Porto Alegre, March 14, 2018 - The Portuguese Connection Project, developed by the Mission of Pompeii through the Scalarbrinian Center CIBAI Migrações, in addition to teaching the Portuguese language to migrants arriving in Rio Grande do Sul, provides them with the insertion and creation of new roots to the land that welcomes them.

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Graduación del Curso de capacitación cuidado de pacientes

APR 04 2018 by SIMN
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Santiago de Chile, Febrero 22 de 2018 - En una atmosfera llena de júbilo y esperanza, uno de los Centros Scalabrinianos en Santiago de Chile llevó acabo su Graduación del Curso de capacitación cuidado de pacientes, realizado el 3 de febrero de 2018. Esta es la tercera promoción, oportunidad en la que concluyeron sus estudios 18 migrantes de nacionalidad, peruana, colombiana, bolivianas y República Dominicana.

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