Thursday, 01 June 2023 - No. 83

ISSN 2696-9734

News & Interviews
Laila Ajjawi, artist and advocate for the rights of migrants and refugees.
Laila Ajjawi: "I want people to feel that my art belongs to them, so they can keep it and take care of it"

As part of the ‘Cities Defending Human Rights’ program, artist and activist Laila Ajjawi visits Barcelona to share the story of her art, her community, and to emphasize her identity as a Palestinian refugee.

A Humanitarian Crisis is Unfolding at the U.S.-Mexico Border, as Title 42 Ends

With the termination of Title 42 this week, Project HOPE anticipates greatly increased health and humanitarian needs for migrant guests arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border.

Türkiye country director Adam Jacovou and program coordinator Nezahat Yildirim look at shelter containers to house health care workers in Adiyaman.
Project HOPE Remains Committed to a Long-Term Earthquake Response in Türkiye and Syria

Project HOPE , now with a localized base in Gaziantep, is committed to continuing to support those impacted by the earthquakes. 

The Gavà-based organization has launched a crowdfunding campaign to ensure the food and economic sustainability of around fifty families.
Mujeres Burkina calls for collaboration to help fifty families displaced due to terrorism

The entity from Gavà, in Catalonia, has launched a crowdfunding campaign to ensure the food and economic sustainability of around fifty families in the Kaya area, in the northwest of the country.

The Carabutsí association team after the shadow theater performance.
ACTInYOUth: theater and technology to promote intercultural communication

Social organizations from all over Europe have participated in this project aimed at young workers.

The Moldovan organizations visited Catalonia to learn  of Catalan inclusion enterprises.
The Moldovan and Catalan non-profit sectors build a shared agenda

On 22 May, the Federació d'Empreses d'Inserció de Catalunya (FEICAT) and the Taula del Tercer Sector Social de Catalunya hosted around fifteen social economy and non-profit organizations from Moldova. 

Nadia Ghulam Dastgir
The invisible superpower of the female migrant worker

Female migrant workers are an example of strength and perseverance who often go unseen by a large proportion of society.

Wendy Dijs
About racism, respect and equality

"The world is increasingly globalized, and interculturality and interraciality are an unstoppable reality. We must find new ways to overcome the fear of what is unknown and different, leave prejudices behind."

Ana Bárbara Rodrigues
Barcelona is the Brazilian capital of Catalonia

Barcelona is a plural city that prides itself on its diversity. In Barcelona, Brazilian men and women are not the most numerous, but they are among the “loudest”: Brazilian percussion groups, affectionately called batucadas, are a classic at any popular festival. 

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