About this event
Caritas Diocese of Salford, the principal social action agency of the Diocese, is pleased to be supported by Social in hosting the forthcoming webinar: Towards An Ever Wider “We”.
This will take place on Tuesday 15 June, 6.30pm to 7.30pm, during this year’s International Refugee Week. It takes its title from the published theme chosen by Pope Francis in advance of the 107th World Day of Migrants and Refugees on Sunday 26 September.
Responding to the undignified and often unjust process which refugees and asylum seekers currently face from the time of their arrival in the UK, Caritas Diocese of Salford invites you to be part of a facilitated panel event on the current realities and our practical response. The webinar will include a presentation about how the social teaching of the Catholic Church can lead us to advocate for a future of justice and peace, accelerating the process of working Towards An Ever Wider “We”, envisioned by Pope Francis.
Our hope is that this webinar will form part of an ongoing dialogue and encourage dynamic collaboration and solidarity, to significantly improve the experience of those who come to the UK seeking to continue their lives in sanctuary and ensuring that no one is left behind.
Join us by registering for the event today by using the link above.
Mark Wiggin is the Director of Caritas Diocese of Salford. Having worked in Uganda as a volunteer he studied for an M.A at the School of Oriental and African Studies and has a life-long interest in international development. He is currently a trustee of UK Welcomes Refugees, a newly formed charit...
Anna is St Hilda Associate Professor of Catholic Social Thought and Practice at Durham University. She is the founding Chair of the Centre for Catholic Social Thought and Practice.
Helen is North of England editor of the Guardian, based in Manchester.
For the past 5 years Andres Mora has been working at Caritas Salford as the Refugee Education Coordinator. He is a qualified teacher with a Masters in Human Rights Law.
Anais graduated with a Master in International Security from Sciences Po Paris where she specialised in Middle Eastern Politics and also lived between Syria and Lebanon for 15 years. After moving to Manchester, Anais has supported rough sleepers, refugees and asylum seekers through her work.
Patrick joined Caritas Diocese of Salford as Deputy Director in February 2020 on a period of secondment from his role in the Diocese. He has helped shape our crisis response during the pandemic, which included the webinar Re-imagining Caritas in a post-Covid world.
Amir is a PhD researcher in services marketing and service design for vulnerable populations, focusing on educational and employment service for refugees in the UK. Alongside his role, Amir is a volunteer tutor, working as part of the Caritas education service for refugees.
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