Recognised refugees receive support from our teams in their administrative steps and integration process. We target the vulnerable refugees and refugees and accompany them in the construction of autonomous life.
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The coronavirus has changed our daily lives. It also affects the lives of people supported by Caritas and our teams. How do they experience this…Read more
Tens of thousands of people remain trapped in the camps on the Greek islands, including older people, people with disabilities, those with serious health conditions,…Read more
Caritas International and Convivial will no longer participate in the Belgian resettlement program . “The Belgian authorities have decided to reorganize the reception model for…Read more
Since September 2017, we have set in place so-called “transit” spots for people with serious medical conditions, providing assistance with the goal of eventual self-sufficiency.…Read more
Facilitating separated families’ reunification by providing them with support at each of the complicated steps of the family reunification process.Read more
Our target audience is young people between the ages of 16 and 18 who have obtained status or have a high recognition rate and will…Read more
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