Mediterranean Hope - Newsletter May 2019

MedHope_logo.jpgMigrants Rescued by the Sea Watch: the FCEI Writes to the European, Canadian and US Churches

LEGGI IN ITALIANO “A Coherent and Sustainable Management for The Migration Flow of the Mediterranean Sea is Needed.” Rome (NEV), May 21th, 2019 – The president of the FCEI, pastor Luca Maria Negro, together with Paolo Naso and Fiona Kendall, the coordinator and legal advisor of the Mediterranean Hope project promoted by FCEI,  sent a letter to sister churches.  Read more...

Refugees:  A European Humanitarian Corridor To Be Opened in Libya.

LEGGI IN ITALIANO The Protestant Churches in Italy and the Community of Sant’Egidio sent a letter to Mr. Conte: “We are ready. Italy will leaf this project.”  Marco Impagliazzo, the president of the Community of Saint Egidio and Luca Maria Negro, president of the FCEI wrote a letter to Giuseppe Conte as to promote the opening of a European humanitarian corridor. Read more...

From the war in Syria to Italy, thanks to the Humanitarian Corridors: “So we could start over again”

LEGGI IN ITALIANO from Valerio Nicolosi via TPI,  April 26th 2019 A 30-seater minibus crammed with more than 100 people, all fleeing from Aleppo where for months there was fighting between the Syrian government forces and the Islamic forces. A journey of hope that brought Ali Alabdullah and his family to Lebanon, just across the border to the camp of Tel Abbas. Read more...

“Sulla Dannata Terra” The Story of the Nardò strike by Francesco Piobbichi

LEGGI IN ITALIANO An interview with Francesco Piobbichi, operator and social cartoonist of Mediterranean Hope, author of the book "Sulla Dannata Terra" (On the wretched earth) on sale on May 20th. Rome (NEV),  May 20th, 2019 - the picture of the vessel has become a symbol of the Italy that welcomes and does not reject. Read more...

Those Who Do Not Leave

LEGGI IN ITALIANO Rome (NEV), April 24th, 2019 – The “Lo sguardo dalle frontiere” (A Look from the Border) editorial is written by operators of Mediterranean Hope (MH), the migrant project of the Federation of Protestant Churches in Italy (FCEI). This week’s “Look” comes from Lebanon and is by Barbara Battaglia about the journey of the last humanitarian corridor from Beirut to Rome.  Read more...


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