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Areas of Training and Citizenship at the Scalabrinian Center Missão Paz in Sao Paulo attended 873 Migrants in the First Half of 2017

AUG 07 2017 by SIMN
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The areas of Training and Citizenship of Missão Paz emerged from the demand of migrants for Portuguese language classes and professional courses with a view to a better insertion in the labor market.

In the first half of 2017, the Scalabrinian Center was able to help 873 migrants and refugees. 68.7% of them received the courses for the first time in these areas, despite having been supported with other services offered by the institution. They were all attended and guided by social worker Josicleide Barbosa, according to their demands and needs.

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Áreas de Capacitación y Ciudadanía en el Centro Scalabriniano Misión Paz en Sao Paulo atendió a 873 migrantes en el primer semestre de 2017

AUG 07 2017 by SIMN
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Las áreas de Capacitación y Ciudadanía de Misión Paz surgieron a partir de la demanda de los migrantes por clases de lengua portuguesa y cursos profesionales con vistas a una mejor inserción en el mercado de trabajo.

En el primer semestre de 2017, se pudo ayudar 873 migrantes y refugiados. De ellos, el 68,7%, a pesar de haber sido atendidos con otros servicios ofrecidos por la institución, estuvieron por primera vez en estas áreas, donde fueron atendidos y orientados por la asistente social Josicleide Barbosa, conforme a sus demandas y necesidades.

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Latin American and Caribbean Network on Migration, Refuge and Human Trafficking “CLAMOR” In View of the Serious Situation of the Venezuelan Migrants

AUG 01 2017 by SIMN
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Latin American and Caribbean Network on Migration, Refuge and Human Trafficking  “CLAMOR”
 
 A View of the Serious Situation of the Venezuelan Migrants
 
“Because I was a stranger and you welcomed me” (Mt 25,35)
 
1. The organizations of the Catholic Church that work in the pastoral care of migrants, displaced persons, refugees and victims of human trafficking, united with the support of the Latin American Episcopal Council (CELAM) in the CLAMOR Network, express solidarity with the people of Venezuela, a nation currently experiencing a humanitarian crisis characterized by a shortage of medicines and food, the collapse of public services, the world's highest inflation, overt violence and serious violations of human rights which has result in the deaths of more than a hundred people.

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