The JRS Ireland Intercultural and Interfaith Calendar 2013 is for sale!
Do They Know?
Do They Know? is a collection of testimony from asylum seekers about life in Libya. Published by JRS Malta to coincide with International Migrants' Day 2009, the testimonies reveal the unthinkable hardship many migrants face in Libya, which is almost an obligatory transit country for sub-Saharan Africans fleeing widespread violence and human rights violations in their countries. Download the publication from here.
Working Notes: JRS, 30 Years of Serving Refugees
The December 2010 Issue of Working Notes published by the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice has been given to JRS to highlight issues facing Refugees and Asylum Seekers at a National, European and Worldwide level.
Editorial by Eugene Quinn, Director, JRS Ireland
Living in Direct Provision by Elizabeth O'Rourke, JRS Ireland
Bridging the Protection Gap: Immigration, Detention and Forced Migrant Destitution by Philip Amarel, JRS Europe
The World Mobilised: The Jesuit Response to Refugees by Mark Raper SJ
New Challenges Facing the JRS
The world of forced displacement has changed dramatically since 1980. The number of forcibly displaced persons worldwide has increased from 16 to 45 million. Yet, there are fewer places for refugees to go.
JRS Celebrates 30 Years and launches DEVAS Report
On 14 November 1980 – in a world dominated by ideology and repression – Jesuits moved to meet the humanitarian and education needs of the Vietnamese boat people, and JRS was born. As part of the JRS Ireland 30th anniversary celebration the DEVAS report will be launched by Fr. John Dardis SJ, President of the Conference of European Jesuit Provincials. Download the DEVAS report from here.
The Case for Legal Resources at the Early Stages of the Asylum Process by Elizabeth O'Rourke. Published by the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice in Working Notes. A PDF of this article is available in the Resource Centre.
Parents' guide to schools
This booklet is aimed at migrant parents, and contains information on going to school in Ireland which has been translated into 6 languages – Arabic, Chinese, French, Lithuanian, Polish and Russian. Click here to download our Guide to Schools for Migrant Parents.
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