Mikono shop
Help a refugee family by buying crafts produced by refugees or asylum seekers in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi.

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Mercy in Motion
Mercy in Motion is a campaign with the goal of providing 100,000 refugee children and youth with access to education by the year 2020. The campaign, launched on 8 December with the Holy Year of Mercy, will continue through the end of 2016.

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Artists in Motion
Artists in Motion brings creative stories of painters living in isolation into the spotlight and in front of audiences of policy makers, humanitarian workers, refugee populations and civil society members who can advocate for their calls of integration, opportunity, human rights and welcome. 

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JRS new logo
Our commitment to the JRS mission to accompany, serve, and advocate the cause of refugees compels us to adapt and change as circumstances demand. That commitment includes the way we communicate our work in a digital age, and how we represent ourselves visually in a world that consumes information in ways unimaginable just a decade ago, let alone 23 years ago when our former logo was first introduced.

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Celebrating World Refugee Day
Refugees and other forcibly displaced people deserve their right to work, to share their talents, and to earn a living. In our work accompanying refugees around the world, we seek to provide opportunities for them to fulfil their own potential and contribute to society. This World Refugee Day let’s celebrate refugees building the path forward with their own two hands.

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A girl’s place is in school. Make room for her
Facing disproportionate challenges, refugee girls have limited opportunities to pursue their education. At JRS, we believe a girl’s place is in school. We must make room for her. We offer focused programmes that support refugee girls around the world as they progress throughout their education.

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#Do1Thing: Hope for refugees begins with you.
Pope Francis encourages each one of us to act: “A single individual is enough for hope to exist. And that individual can be you.” To mark the 104th World Day of Migrants and Refugees on 14 January, the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) is releasing a campaign, called #Do1Thing, to show what individuals are doing to welcome, protect, promote, and integrate refugees in their communities.

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