Read about JRS’ work with women seeking asylum at our women’s-only space and the inspiring leaders involved in the space.
Meet the remarkable Anil, a young man seeking asylum who volunteered in the recent bushfire crisis. This edition showcases how helping others has given his life greater meaning and hope.
Sr. Margaret Guy RSC, an experienced and very much loved member of our small JRS team, reflects on Arrupe Place. Named after JRS’ founder, Fr. Pedro Arrupe SJ, Arrupe Place is where JRS hosts people seeking asylum.
In her telling reflection, Sr. Margaret reveals how over the years, the space has evolved due to Australia’s increasingly punitive policy landscape towards forcibly displaced people.
This edition of LINK also features information on JRS Australia’s participation at the recent Global Refugee Forum held in Geneva.
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