• Global: An inter-religious statement on behalf of forced migrants

    Rome, 21 September 2016 - In this year of the Jubilee of Mercy, announced by Pope Francis, in conjunction with the Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca and on today’s occasion of the UN International Day of Peace, Catholic and Muslim leaders stand in solidarity to call upon all governments, religious institutions, and people of good-will to work (…)
  • Up Together!

    Brussels, 16 February 2016 – JRS Belgium has launched a new hospitality project called Up Together which seeks to provide support to an extremely vulnerable and forgotten group of forced migrants. Up Together brings locals, volunteers and social workers together to help so-called ‘non- returnable migrants’. These are people who have been (…)
  • Great Solidarity Concert

    JRS Belgium invites you to the Great Solidarity Concert in amphitheatre VAUBAN in Namen on the 6th of February.
  • Unilateral border controls not the answer

    Brussels, 7 January 2016 - JRS Europe is concerned at the recent news that Sweden has felt the need to reinstate identity checks at its border with Denmark. Sweden has a long tradition of protecting refugees and defending human rights. Indeed, in 2015 the country received the highest number of refugees per capita in the EU. Civil society and (…)