News and Stories
Indra Acharya, a former JRS student, reflects on his path from a refugee camp in Nepal to one of the United State’s most prestigious universities.
In a time when the gates of Europe seem closed to people in need of protection, JRS Italy is opening a new reception and integration centre for asylum seekers and refugees.
In The Pope Video for February 2019, the Holy Father asked that we pray for a generous welcome of the victims of human trafficking, of enforced prostitution, and of violence.
Over the last few weeks, a series of major storms, Norma and Miriam – causing high winds, heavy snow and rainfall, flooding, and below average temperatures – have had devastating impacts for the refugees JRS serves in Lebanon.
A Syrian volunteer for JRS Europe describes how a small act of hospitality can mean everything to a refugee.
Nour, a student at the JRS Telyani school, describes her experience while touching on other subjects that affect her the most.
Staff, students, the Afghanistan education department, parents, and community members came together to celebrate JRS building up Sohadat School over the past 10 years.
Fr David Holdcroft SJ, the Professional and Post-Secondary Education Specialist at JRS, is leading the Pathfinder initiative, a programme enable refugees to reach their educational and professional potential.
Every Tuesday the JRS Frans van der Lugt Centre in Bourj Hammoud, Lebanon hosts a cooking session with Chef Dalal, a Syrian refugee from Aleppo famous for her delicious cooking.