"Another tragedy at sea, perhaps the most serious, for hundreds of migrants, their families and for all of us! It is difficult to join the countless statements issued in these hours by personalities from national and international organizations which have the responsibility to intervene and ensure safety of those fleeing from war and violence. These deaths are, in fact, the result of international wrong policies and until the economic and political problems throughout Africa are not addressed we will continue to see these tragedies and we will be scandalized when they happen. " This is the commentary by fr. Gianni Borin, cs, superior of the Scalabrinian European and African Region who, focusing on the causes of such events, adds: “The noise of ”hindsight” seems like it wants to silence the cry of an announced tragedy; it is a dead end of side interests, of populist statements, of a global and economic severe imbalance that still does not disturb the consciences of the rich. "Read More
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Scalabrini International Migration Network and Center for Migration Studies of New York Announce the Release of International Migration, U.S. Immigration Law and Civil Society: From the Colonial Era to the 113th CongressRead More
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