Tragic consequences of the 1991-95 war in Southeast Europe continue to affect the social, economic and cultural life of many families. The already fragile structure of many families, exiled from their native countries and forcefuly settled in new territorial, social and cultural frameworks, has been further weakened by permanent physical disabilities, invisible psychological wounds and unemployment.
In order to follow up such families, most of whom are refugees, the Foundation has created a network of services supported by the valuable cooperation of qualified and experienced professionals. Their contribution is particularly useful in providing employment for many vulnerable people.
All our projects, which are focused on human person and dialogue, should, through appropriate means and channels, enable individuals to find personal fulfillment and gain autonomy.