First anniversary of “Pedro Arrupe” Integration House
One year ago, Jesuit Refugee Service started to provide accommodation to the first beneficiaries in the Integration House for vulnerable groups of refugees "Pedro Arrupe"
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Strangers yesterday, neighbours today
Jesuit Refugee Service – JRS - SEE is proudly announcing the opening  of our Centre for integration of refugees “SOL”by launching crowdfunding campaign “Strangers yesterday, neighbours today” that will support [...]
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Annual General Meeting 2018
Annual General Meeting (AGM) is event which brings together members of national offices of JRS from all Europe.
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Through the sports to the new friendships
From October 2017, all children accommodated in “Pedro Arrupe” House has stared twice per week visits to The International School of Belgrade.
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United in helping
Jesuit Refugee Service Serbia i Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore from Italy has signed cooperation agreement which will open opportunities for internships programs for their students
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Pope Francis called on everyone to Share the Journey with migrants
Pope Francis launched today Caritas Internationalis’ ‘Share the Journey’ migration campaign in Rome. The two-year campaign of action and awareness-raising will promote the strengthening of relationships between migrants, refugees and [...]
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The future is in the knowledge
We are proud that all our boys are enrolled in official school system on the time, which will insure they development for the future.
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Eid Mubarak
Following the tradition of the House beneficiaries, the JRS team had organized the Eid-Mubarak celebration in our small community, which now has 11 puppies.
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State Secretary Nenad Ivanišević visited “Pedro Arrupe” House
The State Secretary in Ministry of Labour, Employment, Veterans and Social Affairs of Republic of Serbia, mr. Nenad Ivanišević, with his associates has visited today Integration House “Pedro Arrupe”.
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Refugees: An opportunity to grow together
It is not enough for Christians to profess to love Christ: belief is authentic only if it is expressed in loving action.
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