Humanitarian Corridors


Humanitarian Corridors: Two Syrian-Palestinian Brothers Will Arrive. One Seriously Ill

LEGGI IN ITALIANO Rome (NEV/CS16), March 5th, 2019 – Two young Syrian-Palestinian brothers will arrive. One of them is seriously ill, suffering from leukaemia, the other […]

Libya, Terre des Hommes and FCEI provide specialised medical care for the most vulnerable children

LEGGI IN ITALIANO The new project promoted by Terre des Hommes, together with Mediterranean Hope – the Refugee and Migrant Programme of the Federation of Protestant […]

Wishing to live without fear

LEGGI IN ITALIANO Rome (NEV), January 30th, 2019 – “We want to live without fear, this is what is important, not money, not anything else”. This […]

Migrants: “Resettle, Relocate, Integrate” a New Project Is About to Start

LEGGI IN ITALIANO The FCEI will participate “to improve/put into practice our humanitarian corridors and reception model” Rome (NEV), February 7th, 2019 – A new European […]

“50,000 visas to get people out of Libya,” the Mediterranean Hope coordinator told TPI

LEGGI IN ITALIANO TPI met with Paolo Naso, coordinator of Mediterranean Hope, the migration project promoted by the Italian Protestant Churches (Valerio Nicolosi, via TPI) More […]

Storia di Dia, dall’inferno di Homs alla II F dell’Istituto tecnico a Pomezia

Scritto dei ragazzi di un istituto di Pomezia, ha vinto il concorso «#leparolechesiamo, i cittadini che diventiamo» promosso da Mondadori Education e dal nuovo Devoto Oli […]

“50mila visti per far scappare le persone dalla Libia”, il coordinatore di Mediterranean Hope a TPI

READ IN ENGLISH TPI ha incontrato Paolo Naso, coordinatore del progetto Mediterranean Hope, il progetto delle Chiese Evangeliche Italiane che si occupa di migrazione (Valerio Nicolosi, […]

European Humanitarian Visas, A Great News

LEGGI IN ITALIANO (NEV) «It is a beautiful news, in line with what we have been claiming for some time now. We need, in fact, to […]

#CorridoiUmanitari. 2,200 People Entered Europe in a Safe and Legal Way

LEGGI IN ITALIANO (NEV) 70 new arrivals in Italy, including 25 minors, about 1,500 refugees rescued. Their stories: Mouna, Dina and Reem travelling with their old mother […]