Mediterranean Hope - Newsletter March 2019

MedHope_logo.jpgRefugees: On March 28th a New Arrival from Lebanon Through the Humanitarian Corridors by the Protestant Churches and The Community of Sant’Egidio

LEGGI IN ITALIANO The 54 Syrian refugees will be welcomed by associations, parishes and communities in different Italian regions to immediately facilitate their integration. A welcoming event with press conference at the Fiumicino Airport on Thursday 28th Rome (NEV/CS19), March 25th, 2019 – On Thursday 28th  54 Syrian refugees will arrive in Fiumicino through the Humanitarian Corridors promoted by the FCEI.  Read more…

Humanitarian Corridors: Two Syrian-Palestinian Brothers Will Arrive. One Seriously Ill

LEGGI IN ITALIANO Rome (NEV/CS16), March 5th, 2019 – Two young Syrian-Palestinian brothers will arrive. One of them is seriously ill, suffering from leukaemia, the other will donate his bone marrow. This is the core story of the next urgent humanitarian corridor, promoted by the Mediterranean Hope - Refugee and Migrant Program of the FCEI (Federation of Protestant Churches in Italy. Read more…

Mediterranea in Lampedusa

LEGGI IN ITALIANO Lampedusa (NEV), March 20th, 2019 – After months we are back to welcome those who could escape from Libya. "Liberté, liberté, liberté" the migrants sing on board, and when the first of them step off the gangway of our ship and finally rests his feet in Europe, the crew, the humanitarian operators, the journalists and all those who are present applaud. Read more…

Being a church together on the border

LEGGI IN ITALIANO Rome (NEV), 4 March 2019 – The wall separating the United States and Mexico, so strongly wanted by President Trump to prevent immigration from Central and South America, already exists in part. It’s not exactly a wall, but rather an iron sheet that not only marks the border between the countries, but also between two worlds. Read more…


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