Jesuit Refugee Service Australia
Where to now?
‘You always live as though someone will die tomorrow’: Saul’s story
Forging understanding through food
Just add love
I am walking with them
On Assignment: Accompanying asylum seekers in Christmas Island
Australia: 'Like a fish out of water, dying every moment,' life in detention
Australia: Why we are here - one detainee's poem
Work With JRS
Australia is the only country in the world to mandatorily detain asylum seekers who arrive without authorisation. JRS Australia accompanies and advocates for those subject to this policy...
JRS Shelter Project
JRS is one of few agencies providing short-term accommodation and other invaluable assistance to asylum seekers who are living in the community...
JRS studies the psycho-social impact of climate change and maps the needs of those communities affected by it...
JRS researches the mass movement of refugees through the Asia-Pacific region so as to determine its consequences and advocate for policies that will best address it...
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Who we are
Annual Report 2013
JRS Link Spring 2014
Side by Side
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A regional response to forced migration
JRS calls for a regional response to forced migration
JRS calls for regional cooperation following high-level roundtable
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JRS Melbourne Cup Luncheon
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Where we work
Praying With Refugees
Theology, Spirituality and Ethics