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Jesuit Refugee Service

The Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) is an international Catholic organisation with a mission to accompany, serve and advocate on behalf of refugees and other forcibly displaced persons. JRS undertakes services at national and regional levels with the support of an international office in Rome. Founded in November 1980 as a work of the Society of Jesus, JRS was officially registered on 19 March 2000 at the Vatican State as a foundation. Website: www.jrs.net/
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Rescued - What Next? Protection Seekers Stranded in Sicily

October 2014 | Publisher: Jesuit Refugee Service | Document type: Country Reports

Detention in Europe - Switzerland

24 September 2014 | Publisher: Jesuit Refugee Service | Document type: Country Reports

Beyond Imagination: Asylum Seekers Testify to Life in Libya

January 2014 | Publisher: Jesuit Refugee Service | Document type: Country Reports

Persistent Insecurity: Abuses against Central Americans in Mexico

21 October 2013 | Publisher: Jesuit Refugee Service | Document type: Country Reports

Protection Interrupted: The Dublin Regulation's Impact on Asylum seekers' Protection (The DIASP project), National Report: Poland

4 June 2013 | Publisher: Jesuit Refugee Service | Document type: Country Reports

From Back Door to Front Door: Forced Migration Routes Through Macedonia to Croatia

June 2013 | Publisher: Jesuit Refugee Service | Document type: Country Reports

Experiences of Migrants Living in Morocco and Algeria

December 2012 | Publisher: Jesuit Refugee Service | Document type: Country Reports

Servir: The enduring spirit of the Syrian people

November 2012 | Publisher: Jesuit Refugee Service | Document type: Country Reports

From Deprivation to Liberty: Alternatives to detention in Belgium, Germany and the United Kingdom

December 2011 | Publisher: Jesuit Refugee Service | Document type: Country Reports

Safe and Secure: How do Refugees Experience Europe's Borders? Modern challenges to protection and the 1951 Refugee Convention

December 2011 | Publisher: Jesuit Refugee Service | Document type: Country Reports

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