New York, NY – The migration study centers of the Congregation of the Missionaries of St. Charles – Scalabrinians, a Catholic community dedicated to serving refugees and migrants throughout the world, released today their first annual International Migration Policy Report. The study centers include the Centro de Estudios Migratorios (CEM) in Brazil; the Centro de Estudios Migratorios Latinoamericanos (CEMLA) in Argentina; the Centre d’Information et d’Études sur les Migrations Internationales (CIEMI) in France; the Center for Migration Studies of New York (CMS), the Centro Studi Emigrazione Roma (CSER) in Italy, the Scalabrini Institute for Human Mobility in Africa (SIHMA) in South Africa, and the Scalabrini Migration Center (SMC) in the Philippines. The centers are members of the Scalabrini International Migration Network (SIMN), a global network of migrant shelters, service centers and other institutions along migrant corridors and in border and destination communities throughout the world.Read More
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The Scalabrini International Migration Network (SIMN) Leadership Council, Ontario Canada, hosted a charity event to benefit vulnerable migrants and their families to become self-sufficient and build safe communities.
New York, SIMN, Head Office, June 5, 2017 - The Scalabrinian Missionaries are undertaking many projects for migrants all over the world. Their mission is to safeguard the dignity and rights of migrants, vulnerable and marginalized people on the move. The SIMN Leadership Council of Ontario, Canada, is supporting the Scalabrinian programs to welcome, protect, promote and integrate migrants and refugees around the world by promoting an annual charity event in Toronto.Read More
Stella Maris International Migrants’ Service Center is a Catholic Institution of the diocese of Kaohsiung managed by the Scalabrinian Missionaries. The center is duly recognized by the Council of Labor Affairs (CLA) that offers accommodation and shelter for both land and sea based migrants.
In February 1996 the first Scalabrinian arrived in Kaohsiung and officially started the mission on July 1. The mandate given by the Bishop was clear and specific: assisting all migrant workers and coordinating the pastoral ministry for foreigners in the Diocese of Kaohsiung together with the responsibility of Apostleship of the Sea.Read More