Migrants are not problem
Refugees and migrants currently situated in Serbia, have escaped violence in their home countries and did not arrive in Serbia to act violently.
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“Pedro Aruppe” House by Laszlo Koval
What impresses me the most about JRS House is the family like environment created by the boys and the staff.
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Renewed commitment of the Jesuit Refugee Service -Arturo Sosa, S.I. Superior General
November 2020 will mark 40 years since the Servant of God Fr Pedro Arrupe founded the Jesuit Refugee Service.
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New JRS logo officially presented
The Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) is happy to announce the release of our new logo today as we seek to respond in even more effective ways to the unprecedented scale [...]
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First anniversary of “Pedro Arrupe” Integration House
One year ago, Jesuit Refugee Service Serbia started to provide accommodation to beneficiaries from vulnerable groups of refugees in the “Pedro Arrupe” Integration House
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Strangers yesterday, neighbours today
Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) Southeast Europe is proudly announcing the opening of our Centre for integration of refugees “SOL” and launching a crowdfunding campaign “Strangers yesterday, neighbours today” that will [...]
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Annual General Meeting 2018
The Annual General Meeting (AGM) is an event which brings together members of national offices of JRS from all over Europe.
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New friendships formed through sports
Since October 2017, all children accommodated in “Pedro Arrupe” House have started weekly visits to The International School of Belgrade (ISB) twice per week.
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United in helping
Jesuit Refugee Service Serbia and Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore from Italy have signed a cooperation agreement to create opportunities for their students
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Pope Francis called on everyone to “Share the Journey” with migrants
Today Pope Francis launched Caritas Internationalis ‘Share the Journey’ migration campaign in Rome. The two-year campaign of action and awareness-raising will promote the strengthening of relationships between migrants, refugees and [...]
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