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Syria still needs peace

“All of this is inhumane, one cannot fight evil with another evil,” Pope Francis said of the conflict in Syria. At a time when the Syrian people most need peace, the situation is dramatically unstable. JRS is present in Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, and Europe to help them build new lives. 

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We stand with South Sudan
To bring about a peaceful and sustainable solution to the conflict in South Sudan and protect civilian populations in the interim.
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Investing in education for refugees
Through the Global Education Initiative, JRS is committed to increasing the total number of people in our education programmes from the then figure of 150,000 to 250,000 by 2020
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#Do1Thing: Hope for refugees begins with you
Pope Francis encourages each one of us to act to bring hope to refugees. At the Jesuit Refugee Service, we believe that we can all #Do1Thing to welcome, protect, promote, and integrate refugees in their communities. 
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Urban Refugees: building communities of encounter
Joining Pope Francis’s call, JRS considers the presence of urban refugees and asylum seekers an opportunity for human growth and works to create communities of encounter and companionship.
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World Refugee Day 2018:4 Words to Open the World.
It is necessary to increase access to education for refugee children, so that they may feel welcomed, have their skills and talents promoted, know they are protected, and be prepared to integrate into their host communities.
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