Casa Scalabrini 634, a program of the Scalabrinian Agency for Cooperation and Development – ASCS Onlus in Rome (Italy), is run by the Missionaries of St. Charles – Scalabrinians, a Roman Catholic religious order that has been active for 130 years serving migrants and refugees in 32 countries worldwide.
Our mission is the promotion of culture of welcoming and integration among refugees, immigrants, and the local community.
Founded in 1887 by Blessed John Baptist Scalabrini, the religious order works with migrants and refugees in 32 countries worldwide.
Scalabrinian missionary with pastoral experience and studies in Mexico, the Phillippines, United States and Italy. Professor of Theology at the Scalabrini International Migration Institute (SIMI).
After many years at the forefront in the field of migration with international experiences in Argentina, Bolivia, and Colombia, he is now the engaged in this new challenge at Casa Scalabrini 634.
International training and education and several years of experience in non-profit with a focus on fundraising, communication, and Coorporate Social Responsibility.
Entertainer and communicator engaged in raising awareness on human mobility with years of experience in organizing events regarding social change.
Social worker with experience in the field of immigration with focus on the social and legal aspects of the reception of asylum seekers and refugees.