ICMC Supports Migrant Workers Devastated by COVID-19 Job Losses in India
Supporting Unaccompanied Migrant Children Living on the Streets of Djibouti City
Catholic-Inspired Migration Working Group Exhorts All to Work “Towards an Ever Wider ‘We’”
September 23, 2021
Church Networking COVID recovery COVID-19 Health Integration
On the 107th World Day of Migrants and Refugees, the Migration Working Group of the International Forum of Catholic-Inspired Organizations urges the entire human family to build a world that recognizes and respects the full enjoyment of the rights and dignity of refugees, migrants, and all people at the margins.
Kyaw Hla Aung: A Life of Selfless Struggle for the Rohingya People
No One Is Saved Alone: ICMC Calls for Inclusive Global Recovery Measures That Respond to Migrants’ and Refugees’ Needs
No One Is Saved Alone, 109th International Labour Conference Session
June 15, 2021
Advocacy COVID-19 Decent work Health Migrant Workers Migration Policy Women
At the 109th International Labour Conference session, ICMC calls for access to healthcare, labor rights, and decent work for all migrants and refugees, for increased cooperation between States, civil society, and other stakeholders, in line with the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, and for global solidarity in the face of the COVID-19 crisis.
Children Displaced by Violence in Burkina Faso Find a Safe Place at ICMC-Supported Center
“We Are Begging for Oxygen,” Say Catholic Organizations Responding to India’s Second COVID-19 Wave
ICMC Inaugurates a New COVID-19 Hospital Ward in Pakistan
ICMC Urban Cohesion Hub Opens in Pakistan
ICMC’s Urban Cohesion Hub was inaugurated on 15 February near Pakistan’s capital Islamabad. The new facility offers integrated services, including health, education, skill training, legal support, and recreational activities, to over 30,000 Afghan refugees.