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The alliance between Franciscans International and the Franciscan Network for Migrants created this training which was offered in 2021. It was divided into two stages: 6 virtual modules and 4 face-to-face days.
This monitoring visit was organized by Sr. Gelsomina Rodas, Daniel de Caritas and Olma professor, with the purpose of understanding the harsh reality experienced by people who are migrating. Sr. Marcela, Ana Victoria and Sr. Nyzelle visited the Nicaraguan border with Honduras with a team from Red Clamor Honduras
In the practice of Jesus, we find the same Spirit that moved him to liberate and heal the excluded and most affected groups of Jewish society
The Franciscan Network for Migrants (RFM) and Franciscans International, the NGO of the Franciscan Family before the United Nations, concluded on October 29, the first part of the Training: “Migration and Human Rights 2021”.
The Franciscan Network on Migration, together with the University of California, Davis, and the Observatory of Migration Law and Policy, invite you to this live broadcast from Border Line Crisis Center in Tijuana, Mexico.
In this reality of the Central American peoples, there are specific faces, names, families and homes that, when they find themselves in a state of hunger must forcibly migrate. In the thousands who are forced to migrate from the countries of Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua
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