06 Jun 20
05 Jun 20
On June 5 every year millions of people in more than 100 countries celebrate World Environment Day. The theme this year for World Environment Day is ‘Celebrate Biodiversity’.
25 May 20
In 2012, four Aboriginal elders in Western Sydney, founded the Baabayn Aboriginal Corporation to connect with families in the local community and to provide them with support.
19 May 20
After the initial shock generated by the global coronavirus pandemic, Caritas Australia and our in-country partners are adapting long-term responses to survive.
16 May 20
To celebrate the 5th anniversary of the encyclical, Laudato Si', Caritas Australia spoke with Head of Mission, Sister Jo Brady, to learn about its relevance today.
15 May 20
Every year, the United Nations mark the International Day of Families. This annual day is held to raise awareness and educate about the value of family in social development.
01 May 20
Caritas Australia and its partners are carrying out health promotion activities in 130 villages and 19 health centres in four provinces in Cambodia. They are principally focused on raising health awareness, distributing hygiene products and delivering WASH programs.
22 Apr 20
On April 22, 1970, an incredible 20 million people took to the streets to protest oil spills, pollution, the loss of wilderness and the extinction of wildlife. This was the first Earth Day—a pivotal moment in the modern environmental movement, which has since grown into the largest civic event in the world.
10 Apr 20
Easter is the annual festival and holiday revered by people all over the world and is filled with hope, joy and gestures of solidarity. For Christians, it is the holiest day on the liturgical calendar.
09 Apr 20
Jim Curtain is the Diocesan Director in Melbourne and a highly valued member of the Caritas family. Jim works with the parish community and a supportive Caritas team, advocating and supporting the rights of vulnerable communities around the world.
07 Apr 20
In Indonesia, the Caritas network is working with marginalised communities to equip them with all of the necessities they require for good hygiene and nutrition during the COVID-19 pandemic.
27 Mar 20
This Saturday, people all over the world will switch off their lights to help the planet as a part of the Earth Hour campaign. But in many countries, energy can be a serious problem.
21 Mar 20
Djilpin Arts is a Caritas Australia supported project, fostering the development of social harmony, cultural identity, healing, leadership and the creation of culturally meaningful enterprises in an inclusive and cohesive setting.
20 Mar 20
For Caritas Australia’s Head of Mission, Sister Jo Brady, happiness is also about ‘living and let live’ as well as the universal call to justice.
Kinchela Boys Home Aboriginal Corporation launches the nation’s first Stolen Generations Mobile Education Centre
19 Mar 20
On 13 February 2020, the 12th anniversary of our former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s apology to Australia’s Indigenous peoples, Kinchela Boys Home Aboriginal Corporation (KBHAC) launched the nation’s first Stolen Generations Mobile Education Centre.
12 Mar 20
Read a blog by our Caritas CEO Kirsty Robertson, who recently visited a prison program in Ratanakiri where Caritas through its partner Caritas Cambodia is helping to change lives.
11 Mar 20
Caritas Australia, through its work worldwide, has found that while women often bear the brunt of environmental changes, they are also leaders in finding practical solutions to cope with disasters and erratic weather patterns.
14 Feb 20
Mintu, a tobacco farmer, was trying his best to make a living out of his small plot of land. With Caritas Australia’s support, he and other farmers learnt sustainable new farming techniques. Diversifying their crops, they’re now running a collective farming enterprise, based around tropical fruits.
15 Jan 20
The Caritas Network is on the ground in Quezon Province in the Philippines following a series of volcanic eruptions which have the potential to affect half a million people, according to United Nations.
09 Jan 20
Uncle Willie and Uncle Harold were taken to Kinchela Aboriginal Boys Training Home (KBH) in Kempsey, New South Wales – a ‘home’ run by the NSW Government for over 50 years to house Aboriginal boys that were taken from their families.