Like it was yesterday

[written by Lea Karam ] Like it was yesterday, The smell of the sea mixed with burnt grain. The silence in a city that usually never […]

Beirut, one year later

Leggi in Italiano Rome (NEV), August 4, 2021 – by Silvia Turati – A year on, and Beirut’s wounds are still gaping.  Fragments of glass still pepper the […]
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Refugees, new protocol for a thousand more arrivals with humanitarian corridors from Lebanon

Leggi in Italiano Rome (NEV), 5 August 2021 – A new protocol was signed today between the Community of Sant’Egidio, the Federation of Protestant Churches in […]

Those Who Do Not Leave

LEGGI IN ITALIANO Rome (NEV), April 24th, 2019 – The “Lo sguardo dalle frontiere” (A Look from the Border) editorial is written by operators of Mediterranean […]

From the war in Syria to Italy, thanks to the Humanitarian Corridors: “So we could start over again”

LEGGI IN ITALIANO from Valerio Nicolosi via TPI,  April 26th 2019 A 30-seater minibus crammed with more than 100 people, all fleeing from Aleppo where for […]

Refugees: On March 28th a New Arrival from Lebanon Through the Humanitarian Corridors by the Protestant Churches and The Community of Sant’Egidio

LEGGI IN ITALIANO The 54 Syrian refugees will be welcomed by associations, parishes and communities in different Italian regions to immediately facilitate their integration. A welcoming event […]

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 […]

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 […]

Syria. Snow and freezing temperatures: catastrophic situation in the refugee camps

LEGGI IN ITALIANO (NEV) Luciano Griso, doctor and collaborator of Mediterranean Hope tells us about the difficult situation of the refugee camps in Lebanon after the extremely […]