Jesuit Refugee Service Malta

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Job vacancy - outreach worker
17/06/2014: Job vacancy - outreach worker

JRS Malta is seeking to recruit an OUTREACH WORKER on a one-year definite term contract to work with asylum seekers and immigrants in Malta.
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Job vacancy - lawyer
17/06/2014: Job vacancy - lawyer

JRS Malta is seeking to recruit a LAWYER on a one-year definite term contract to work with asylum seekers and immigrants in Malta.
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Building Cultural Competence in Social Care
09/06/2014: Building Cultural Competence in Social Care

JRS Malta organizes conference for social workers and other professionals who come in contact with migrants and asylum seekers through their work.
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Cultural Mediation Building One Community
28/04/2014: Cultural Mediation Building One Community

Cultural Mediation Building One Community is an ongoing JRS Malta project aimed at promoting social inclusion by offering language and technical training for 15 migrants to form a pool of trained Cult...
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Welcome

The Jesuit Refugee Service in Malta seeks to accompany, serve and defend the rights of asylum seekers and forcibly displaced persons who arrive in Malta. Each arrival's story bears witness to traumatised, disrupted pasts but also to a remarkable will to survive against all odds.
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Our missionOur mission

The Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) is an international Catholic organisation with a mission to accompany, serve and advocate on behalf of refugees and other forcibly displaced persons.
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Our founderOur founder

Fr. Pedro Arrupe founded the Jesuit Refugee Service on the 14th of November 1980, in response to the human tragedy of refugees.
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The Message

Serve, accompany, advocate: the three words are the programme of work for Jesuits and their collaborators. Serve To serve means to welcome people who arrive here with care; it means to bend down to one in need and to extend your hand to him, wi...
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