In an special edition of the Osservatore Romano dedicated to the Pope’s visit to Cyprus and Greece, the work of Caritas Cyprus is highlighted on page II.
Pope Francis visits Cyprus this week to lend his support to a conflict-riven island now on the front line of a new migratory route for people fleeing their countries for Europe. In central Nicosia, nothing tells the story of an influx in arrivals more than the small courtyard area outside the Church of the Holy Cross.
The “Mind the Gap: A Needs Analysis for the Integration of Female Third Country National Victims of Human Trafficking for Sexual Exploitation” on Cyprus published by the COALESCE project is now available in both English and Greek.
Pope Francis will draw the world’s attention to migration once again as he visits Cyprus and Greece in early December.
This year, the Caritas CARES poverty reports, including the one focused on Cyprus, explore the inclusivity of labour markets in Europe. They attempt to identify the concrete challenges that vulnerable …
Pope Francis will visit the Cypriot capital of Nicosia on 2-4 December, before traveling to the Greek capital, Athens, and the island of Lesbos.
‘Even animals cannot live in that kind of condition.’
While some view a new camp on Samos with optimism, others fear its location is so remote that many will feel isolated.
The coronavirus pandemic marked the lives of billions of people across the world in 2020. This time of universal suffering highlighted our shared human vulnerability. In particular, the pandemic exposed the plight of the poor and the great inequality that reigns in our world today.
‘It’s very difficult to forget what they did to us.’