Church asylum experts gathered in Athens to look critically at current European Asylum policies. Senior staff members of RCH’s refugee integration ministry were in attendance, including Dóra Kanizsai, head of the Ministry and vice-moderator of CCME.
In recognition of the recent graduates of the Interpretation course, there was a small ceremony, following a charity concert featuring internationally renowned guitarist, Ayman Jarjour in support of Kalunba Social Services Ltd.
What can we learn from research studies on immigration? What religious and cultural differences exist between Europe and the Islamic world? An Interview reflecting on the theme of the Conference of Reformed Intellectuals, focusing on migration.
The RCH hosted the Erasmus+ TUT project meeting in Budapest, taking the lead by introducing the extensive work with refugees being done in Hungary. Participants also continued discussions of the future of the project.
“Living and Witnessing the Border”, an international conference held from 30 September – 4 October in Palermo and Lampedusa, attended by hundred participants including the WCRC Task Force on Migration and its member representing the RCH,