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Changing the narrative begins with a culture of disruptive listening

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JRS UK Latest News

JRS UK Latest News

Changing the narrative begins with a culture of disruptive listening

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JRS UK Blog

In preperation for the conference, 'Refugee Stories: Changing the Narrative', Sophie Cartwright reflects on the process that has informed it.

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JRS UK Blog

JRS UK Blog

In preperation for the conference, 'Refugee Stories: Changing the Narrative', Sophie Cartwright reflects on the process that has informed it.

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Refugee Week 2018

This refugee week, we invite you to do Simple Acts to change the way we see refugees, and ourselves.

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Refugee Week 2018

Refugee Week 2018

This refugee week, we invite you to do Simple Acts to change the way we see refugees, and ourselves.

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Accompany

"I feel privileged and learn from each of the refugees here."

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Accompany

Accompany

"I feel privileged and learn from each of the refugees here."

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Serve

"I am appreciated and get opportunities to contribute."

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Serve

Serve

"I am appreciated and get opportunities to contribute."

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Advocate

"JRS are family for me now. JRS supports me morally and motivates me."

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Advocate

Advocate

"JRS are family for me now. JRS supports me morally and motivates me."

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Advocate

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Serve

Accompany

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Advocate

[to uphold,
to defend,
to intercede for]

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Advocate

Serve

[to give, to
provide, to work
actively for]

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Serve

Accompany

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in company with;
join in action]

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Accompany

Support Us

Learn how your donation will make a difference in the lives of the refugees we accompany.

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What can I do?

Discover different ways to respond to the needs of asylum seekers here in the UK – as an individual, as a community or as a parish.

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Get Help

Find out how to get in touch with JRS to access our day centre in London or receive a visitor in detention.

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BLOG

Creating the Opportunity for Encounter and Interaction

On the anniversary of St.Alban, patron saint of refugees, we reflect on his example of openness

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JRS EUROPE NEWS

Press release - Three years EU Migration Agenda: refugees forgotten at the gates of Europe

Brussels, 19 June 2018 – In May 2015 the European Commission presented the European Agenda on Migration, meant to address the challenges of the increased arrivals of migrants and refugees...

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INTERNATIONAL NEWS

World Refugee Day: 4 Words to Open the World

Rome, 20 June 2018 - Pope Francis has urged the global community to adopt a shared response to the global refugee situation that may be articulated in four words: welcome, protect, promote...

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Twitter: jrsuk

“Supporting JRS is another way to show solidarity with those who find themselves in a difficult situation."

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Volunteers at JRS UK provide a warm welcome at our Day Centre, visit people in detention, help on the office, facilitate peer support groups, fundraise. Find out how to offer your time and skills…

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Jesuit Refugee Service UK
The Hurtado Jesuit Centre
2 Chandler Street, London E1W 2QT

020 7488 7310
uk@jrs.net

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