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JRS Europe is one of 10 geographic regions of the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS), an international Catholic organization sponsored by the Society of Jesus.  The regional office serves refugee and other displaced persons in more than 14 countries in Europe.  Services include: offering support to asylum seekers in detention; giving legal advice to asylum seekers and irregular migrants; counselling to those traumatised by persecution and flight; serving as chaplains in open reception or accommodation centres, as well as, in closed facilities or premises (detention); and providing food and shelter to destitute migrants.
JRS Europe’s campaign I Get You named as an example of social innovation

Brussels, 17 May 2018 – I Get You is one of the projects highlighted in a report from FADICA (Foundations and Donors Interested in Catholic Activities) and the Boston College Center for Social Innovation. I Get You was chosen as an example of socially innovative responses to the needs of refugees and migrants.
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Celebrating Refugee Mothers Around the World

Washington D.C., 9 May 2018 – JRS/USA Executive Director Joan Rosenhauer reflects on the story of a refugee mother she met while in Greece, and finds that all mothers want the same thing for their children - a hopeful future.
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SAVE THE DATE – Forgotten at the Gates of Europe

Brussels, 7 May 2018 – On 19 June, the eve of World Refugee Day, JRS Europe will draw attention back to the EU’s external borders. JRS Europe will launch its report Protection at the External Borders and host a follow-up discussion. Julia Behrens from the European Union Fundamental Rights Agency, Stefan Maier from UNCHR and a representative from ECRE, among others, will provide insight.
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Art exhibition HOPE IS MAYBE in Germany

Brussels, 3 May 2018  JRS Germany launches today the art exhibition ‘HOPE IS MAYBE’, an art project on the diversity of hope. The art exhibition will feature the work of various artists who have captured Hope in different artworks. This public art project was initiated by Michael Haerteis from Collaborative Creativity and Jesuit Refugee Service in Munich.
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Spain: report on reception and integration

Brussels, 30 April 2018 - The report “Welcoming without integrating“ highlights the integration conditions of refugees in Spanish society, and the role played by the Reception System.
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