This prayer of gratitude is from a detainee at a U.S. Federal Detention Center whom JRS/USA serves as part of our Detention Chaplaincy Project, a program that provides pastoral and religious assistance to meet the needs of migrants and refugees detained in five US federal detention centers located in Florida, Texas, Arizona and New York.
This policy note is a response to the Global Compact on Refugees agreed to at the UN General Assembly in New York.
Gather your family, friends, classmates, or fellow parishioners and see what it might be like to Walk a Mile in a refugee’s shoes.
This toolkit will provide you with guidelines, suggestions, and resources to help you launch your Action Team and ensure it is successful!
Check out our publication, Education for the Most Vulnerable, filled with stories and resources from our encounters with refugees and experience providing education to refugees around the world.
Jesuit Refugee Service/USA is proud to present our 2017 Annual Report. 2017 was a year of unprecedented response from JRS supporters, and we are thrilled to share a summary of your impact.
Despite a desperate need for peace, the situation in Syria remains dramatically unstable, forcing Syrians to continue to flee their homes amidst unrelenting suffering.
This report that calls for policymakers, donors, and other decision makers to prioritize education for refugees and displaced people.
Renewing Welcome – which includes reflections, prayers, and actions you can take – is a tool to help you, your community, or your parish to renew your commitment to refugees as we prepare for the renewal of Christ and the resurrection.