As the ICMC Deployment Program entered its 20th year, we invited Ms. Maha Ganni, the program’s first humanitarian expert, to share her testimony. Drawing on her personal experience as a migrant and a refugee as well as on her humanitarian practice, she tells stories of resiliency and hope.
Labor migration undertaken voluntarily and with full respect for human dignity and safe and just working conditions is a positive example of the association between work and growth.
The Secretary General and Staff of the International Catholic Migration Commission express their deep sorrow on the senseless act of violence and tragic loss of life and health during the attacks in Christchurch, New Zealand on Friday, 15 March 2019.
“Our underlying message is straightforward and simple: let’s work together!” said Stéphane Jaquemet, Director of Policy at the International Catholic Migration Commission (ICMC), speaking to government representatives in Geneva last month.
The first step for anyone working to protect children, especially in the context of migration, should be listening to their needs, desires, and plans for the future.
The International Catholic Migration Commission (ICMC) is supporting the Croatian government as the latter works to resettle 100 refugees currently in Turkey.
The Secretary General and staff of the International Catholic Migration Commission (ICMC) express their sincere sympathy and solidarity to the families of the four staff members of Catholic Relief Services (CRS), who tragically lost their lives in the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines plane on Sunday, 10 March. We grieve the loss of such dedicated lives engaged in unselfish responses to those most in need.
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the International Labour Organization (ILO), a new publication explores what faith-based organizations can contribute to shaping the future of work.
When poverty is rampant, labor opportunities are lacking and channels for legal migration are scarce, irregular migration appears to many as a viable alternative for a better life and a way to fulfill their family’s needs. This is the case in many West African countries, including Senegal.