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Two boys walk on a road where asylum seekers from the destroyed Moria camp find shelter near a new temporary camp, Mytilene, Greece, September 14, 2020 | Photo: EPA/DIMITRIS TOSIDIS
The Catholic community Sant'Egidio are running activities on Lesbos this August with a group of about 150 volunteers from around Europe. Offering hope to migrant families who participate in their activities | Photo: With kind permission of Sant'Egidio
Migration is one of the main issues that Francis has highlighted during his papacy | Photo: picture-alliance/Zuma/E. Inetti
Pope Francis regularly calls for help for migrants around the world | Photo: Vatican press office
Displaced Yemeni children stand outside a temporary shelter at a camp for internally displaced people (IDPs) on the outskirts of Sanaa, Yemen, 12 January 2020 | Photo: EPA/YAHYA ARHAB
Migrants line up to enter an inspection tent after disembarking | Photo: Picture-alliance/Photoshot/J.Borg
Farmhands around a tent where a migrant died in a fire in the tent camp managed by Catholic charity Caritas in San Ferdinando in Calabria | ANSA/M. Costantino
A Syrian refugee girl on a bus traveling to the European border city of Edirne, from Istanbul, Turkey on February 28, 2020 | Photo: EPA/Erdem Sahin
Pope Francis attends the unveiling of a the sculpture called 'Angels Unaware' by Canadian sculptor Timothy P. Schmalz, depicting a group of 140 migrants of various cultures and from different historic times | Photo: EPA/VATICAN MEDIA
The Pope holds migrant rights close to his heart. His latest gesture is to send an aide to collect 33 asylum seekers from the Moria camp on Lesbos. Ten more should be flown to Rome later in December | Photo: ANSA / Vatican
Pope Francis attends the unveiling of a sculpture titled “Angels Unaware” depicting a group of 140 migrants of various cultures and from different historic times on September 29, 2019 | Photo: Vatican press office
Oxfam operators providing help to a migrant upon his arrival in Italy | Photo: Archive/Oxfam press office