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As the minutes, hours, and days go by in the migrants, love-made hope is emerging from within them. Those feelings that disrupt the human being and that, at the same time, are part of the human being as a whole and go together with the other noble feelings of struggle, resistance, solidarity, compassion, and hope.
This Christmas, we unite ourselves to the wishes of each migrant who carries in a backpack a burden of hope and a hunger for justice
“Para Migrantes” brings resources and advice to people on the journey, in the hopes that we can help reduce some of the risks involved in migration and mitigate some of the potential for harm on the way.
During the visit of the Seminar’s coordinator to these facilities, she verified that within the migrant population there are pregnant women, as well as around 80 boys and girls, some of whom are complaining of dehydration and upper respiratory conditions caused by low temperatures, as well as the failure on the part of the state authorities to provide the minimum conditions that would guarantee the the protection of life, health, and integrity, mainly for the population of children, adolescents and pregnant women.
“Do justice to the orphan and the widow, and love the stranger by giving him bread and clothing.” Dt 10.18
On December 10th, 1948 the UN established the commemoration of Human Rights Day, motivated by the Declaration of Human Rights. Its context is the end of the Second World War, marking that humanity would “never again” violate the rights of each human who inhabits this common home.
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