Comunità Papa Giovanni XXIII (APG23) is an international association founded in Italy in 1968 committed in the support of the most vulnerable people. APG23 work for and with: people with disabilities, children, youth, families, people with addiction problems (alcohol, drugs, gambling), homeless people, victims of human trafficking, victims of gender based violence, offenders, migrants and asylum seekers. To date, APG23 is present throughout Italy and in 42 countries worldwide. Since 2006, APG23 obtained the Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (ECOSOC), as a result of its work in aiming to remove causes of injustice and promote human rights in every country where it is present.
Co-funded by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund of the European Union.
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