Voices of Migrants This is an initiative promoted by GSF and the Dicastery for Communication of the Holy See to raise awareness and share women and men religious’ efforts to promote migrant people’s inclusion in the world of work through education and vocational training and job placement, creation program in
GSF in Rome May 2022 On May 25, 2022, the GSF gathered in Rome with partners and friends who share GSF’s commitment to create a better life for migrants and refugees. That morning, Pope Francis welcomed the group for a private audience. The Holy Father expressed appreciation for what GSF is
The Global Solidarity Fund at the 2022 World Economic Forum The GSF participated in the World Economic Forum 2022 Annual Meeting in Davos, convening faith leaders for dialogue with leaders from the private, non-profit and public sectors. The faith leaders offered perspectives that were unique and original in the Davos
Inspired by Pope Francis’ 2015 encyclical Laudato Si’, the Global Solidarity Fund is working to catalyze partnerships for our common home.
Recognizing the extraordinary service Catholic Sisters provide to vulnerable people worldwide, working alongside men religious, close to the Global Solidarity Fund’s heart is the ambition to further empower Sisters as agents of change in global development.
In October 2021, the Global Solidarity Fund gathered its leaders, partners, and other key stakeholders for several days of dialogue in Rome alongside the G20 meetings.
At Global Citizen Live on September 25, GSF pledged to raise USD $100 million to create social and economic opportunities for the most vulnerable in Latin America, Africa and Asia. Funds will be used to support people in vulnerable situations, particularly women and girls.
The “Vaccines for All” high-level roundtable, convened by the Global Solidarity Fund, provided insight on an element needed to end this pandemic: building trust in the vaccine and reaching marginalized communities through collaboration across faith communities, the private sector, and the development sector.

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