ICMC and U.S. Bishops Welcome Announcement of Increased Refugee Resettlement, Urge for the Respect Migrants’ Right to Request Asylum
Southern African Bishops’ Conference Coordinates Church Response to the Needs of Migrants and Refugees
ICMC Statement on Migrant Tragedy in Calabria
U.S. Bishops Urge Administration to Favor Humane Asylum Policies at the U.S.-Mexico Border
ICMC Leads Civil Society Contributions to Preparing the 2022-23 Global Forum on Migration and Development
ICMC Joins International Discussions To Fight Wage Theft￼
Young Migrants Will Become Homeless in the Canary Islands in 2023
On their 18th birthdays on 1 January, 1000 migrants will be left on the street, say Bishops of Spain's Canary Islands. Their birthdates unknown, they were assigned 1 January 2005. The national Bishops' Conference is urging other dioceses to take them in through the 'Hospitality Corridors' program, but urge the State to find solutions.
Bishops of Albania Sound Alarm on Depopulation
“Entire families prefer to emigrate for fear that they cannot guarantee a safe future for their children," Archbishop Angelo Massafra said in a statement. He called on the country’s leaders to stop “a total emptying of school structures in rural areas,” and the depletion of “the most valuable professions … such as in healthcare and education...."
Italian Bishop Sounds Alarm on ‘Selective Admission’ of Migrants
U.S. Bishops Call for Comprehensive Immigration Reform
Shaping Migration in a Humane Manner
Bishops of the U.S. Welcome the End of Title 42 and the Adoption of a Temporary Protection Status for Ukrainians
Ensuring Protection for People Displaced by Climate Change
ICMC Europe Joins Civil Society Call For EU To Restore Rights and Values at the Border With Belarus and To Protect Children
Pope to Welcome Migrants through Italy’s Humanitarian Corridors
The Vatican announced that Pope Francis is welcoming up to 50 uprooted people currently in Cyprus in the coming weeks through Italy’s Humanitarian Corridors initiative, a program supported by the Episcopal Conference and other Catholic-inspired organizations.