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JRS programmes, found in over 50 countries worldwide, provide assistance to over 730,000 individuals. This service provision is overseen by 10 regional offices with support from the International Office in Rome. For the contact details of each regional office, click on the map and see the details below.

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Europe

europe.communications@jrs.net
+32 2 554 02 20
http://jrseurope.org

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.

United Kingdom: Windrush scandal shows hostile environment must end

London, 20 April 2018 - Responding to the news that the Government has bowed to media pressure and reversed its mistreatment of Windrush-era citizens, JRS UK has called on the Home Secretary to abandon its hostile environment agenda altogether.
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Global: faith leaders urge Cameron and Obama to help Syrian refugees

Rome, 22 April 2016 – President Obama is in the UK for talks with Prime Minister Cameron regarding the upcoming 23 June EU referendum to decide Britain's membership in the EU. They will also discuss the fight to oust the Islamic State. In this letter below, 28 faith based leaders including representatives from the Christian, Hindu, Jewish and Muslim religions call the two leaders to consider Syria in these talks.
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Global: faith leaders urge Cameron and Obama to help Syrian refugees

Rome, 22 April 2016 – President Obama is in the UK for talks with Prime Minister Cameron regarding the upcoming 23 June EU referendum to decide Britain's membership in the EU. They will also discuss the fight to oust the Islamic State. In this letter below, 28 faith based leaders including representatives from the Christian, Hindu, Jewish and Muslim religions call the two leaders to consider Syria in these talks.
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United Kingdom: immigration detention is 'expensive, ineffective and unjust' parliamentary report says

London, 3 March 2015 – A landmark report published today by a British cross-party parliamentary group concludes that immigration detention in the UK is 'expensive, ineffective and unjust.' The Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) supports the findings of the report and calls for its key recommendations to be followed. Alternatives to detention must be used, and a maximum detention time limit of 28-days would greatly reduce human suffering.
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UK: European policies are failing asylum seekers, warns JRS

On 21 October, Ms Louise Zanré, JRS UK, accused the European asylum system of “failing both those it aims to protect and governments.”
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