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2011 | 1 | 2 | 197-208
Article title

Die Familie angesichts der Migration im Lichte der Botschaften von Johannes Paul II. zum Welttag der Migranten

Content
Title variants
EN
THE FAMILY IN VIEW OF THE MIGRATION IN THE LIGHT OF MESSAGES OF JOHN PAUL II FOR THE WORLD DAY OF MIGRANTS
Languages of publication
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Abstracts
EN
The author of this article presents migration as a social phenomenon, which constitutes a challenge for both the international community and particular countries. The involvement of the Holy Father John Paul II, as well as the variety of problems featuring in messages for the World Day of Migrants allow the reader to perceive the issues connected with migration as extremely urgent - both for individuals and for communities, among which the family is of greatest importance. The reason why the Holy Father committed himself to this field was to uphold human dignity and a global social solidarity. The analysis of this phenomenon allows the Holy Father to address a call for responsibility to various groups whose integral activity can make the phenomenon of migration more dignified. The messages of the Holy Father also offer a direct invitation to all people of goodwill to make their own contribution so that every person and family are respected and discriminations that undertime human dignity.
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Contributors
  • Ireneusz Stolarczyk, The Pontifical University of John Paul II in Cracow, Poland
References
  • Andrees B., Praca przymusowa jako forma handlu, in: Z. Lasocik (Hrsg.), Handelludźmi – zapobieganie i ściganie, Warszawa 2006.
  • Balicki J. (Hrsg.), Migracja jako nowa kwestia społeczna, Katowice 2003.
  • Bos-Karczewska M., Migracja czy zagrożenie, Gdańsk 2005.
  • Dzwonkowski R., Jan Paweł a emigracja i Polonia, Lublin 1991.
  • Kaczmarczyk P., Migracje zarobkowe Polaków w dobie przemian, Warszawa2005.
Document Type
Publication order reference
Identifiers
CEJSH db identifier
11PLAAAA108725
YADDA identifier
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