Other JRS Publications
Publications
Here you will find a variety of publications from Jesuit Refugee Service. The Annual Reports give you an idea of our involvement in over 50 countries worldwide. The JRS Eastern Africa Newsletter provides you with more insight on specific areas of concern. Servir is a bi-annual magazine that highlights issues affecting the forcibly displaced and JRS' latest project activities. You will also find books, brochures, research reports and recommended readings. 



Artists in Motion
Artists in Motion exhibits art by Eritrean refugee painters to a global audience with the ability to effect change and create sustainable, dignified solutions to a global, unprecedented phenomenon of forced migration. We welcome you to follow this campaign, share these paintings and use the painters’ messages to advocate on their behalf.
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Pontifex Hear Us
Jesuit Refugee Service welcomes Pope Francis on his first visit to Africa with stories and messages from refugees in Kenya and Uganda.

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Serving refugees in Ethiopia
The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) noted that during 2013 the "population of concern" in Ethiopia rose from about 379,000 to 436,000. Most of these refugees arrived at Dollo Ado, a dry and dusty region in the desert southeast near the border with Somalia and Kenya.

Jesuit Refugee Service has programs for refugees in three locations in Ethiopia. In the capital, Addis Ababa, JRS serves urban refugees. In the northeast, JRS serves refugees from Eritrea at Mai Aini refugee camp. In the southeast Dollo Ado region, JRS serves refugees from Somalia at Melkadida and Kobe refugee camps.


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Advocacy in Jesuit Refugee Service
The 36-page booklet addresses all aspects of JRS advocacy, from day-to-day work in favour of one or more individuals to longer-term activities seeking to change policies nationally, regionally and globally, such as the organisation's participation in campaigns against the use of landmines and refugee detention.

The booklet gives a breakdown of the most important issues on which JRS advocacy is focused and provides concrete examples of concerns and positive outcomes of this work. The issues include: access to quality education, food security, detention, protection and durable solutions, landmines and cluster bombs, sexual- and gender-based violence and peace and reconciliation.

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Walking with God in Exile
A collection of reflections from refugees within Eastern Africa.

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