June 22, 2021

From Venezuela to Brazil, the Lord Brought Us Here

Jose Alberto Romero, Coordinator of the Liberdade Social Center at Fe y Alegría Brasil – RR gives us a local vision about what it means for a migrant to be able to participate in the programs implemented by Fe y Alegría Brazil in support of those forcibly displaced persons, specifically the ones who come from... View Article

From Venezuela to Brazil, the Lord Brought Us Here

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June 18, 2021

In Venezuela, Life Cannot Longer Wait

Javier Cortegoso, Coordinator at the Red Jesuita con Migrantes shares with us the complex realities faced by Venezuelan refugees and the urgent role of the international community in offering comprehensive protections such as access to territory and asylum procedures. Photo: @CDHUCAB @AndresBuitrago   About 6 million Venezuelans have left their country during the first two... View Article

In Venezuela, Life Cannot Longer Wait

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June 16, 2021

The reality of Venezuelan refugees and forced to migrate requires the commitment of the international community

Organizations of the Society of Jesus and the Red Clamor provide 20 recommendations to the international community to address the reality of Venezuelan refugees and forced to migrate On June 17, 2021, the II International Conference of Donors in Solidarity with Venezuelan Refugees and Migrants will be held in Canada, in collaboration with the United... View Article

The reality of Venezuelan refugees and forced to migrate requires the commitment of the international community

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December 21, 2018

Youth: Agents of Transformation in Migration Advocacy

Nearly 100 young people of 50 nationalities gathered at the Youth Forum in Marrakech for the ratification of the first United Nations Global Compact on Migration. The representative from Fe y Alegrías youth network, “Red Generación 21+”, Rosalía González – accompanied by Macarena Romero, from Entreculturas- Fe y Alegría España – shares what she experienced... View Article

Youth: Agents of Transformation in Migration Advocacy

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October 30, 2018

A Caravan of Dignity

The Jesuit Migrant Network of Latin America and the Caribbean recently published a statement on the importance of understanding the causes of the so-called “Migrant Caravan,” the fact that the security of the migrants is mainly what’s at stake, and the need to promote a culture of hospitality and solidarity with those fleeing situations of... View Article

A Caravan of Dignity

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November 24, 2017

Friends of Fe y Alegría in the US joins Campaign to foster culture of hospitality in US

Fostering a culture of hospitality and defending the right to education of refugees and migrants is a current issue with all need to tackle and we have decided to work in partnership with the Ignatian Solidarity Network (ISN) and several U.S. Jesuit organisations. The Campaign for Hospitality will reach out to U.S. and Canadian Jesuit universities, schools, parishes, social ministries,... View Article

Friends of Fe y Alegría in the US joins Campaign to foster culture of hospitality in US

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