The Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) is an international Catholic humanitarian organisation with a mission to accompany, serve and advocate for the rights of refugees and all other forcibly displaced persons, present in Croatia since 1993. Today, in partnerships, collaboration and dialogue with other religious congregations, humanitarian organisations, state institutions and with refugees themselves, encouraging co-responsibility, discernment and participative decision-making, JRS Croatia bases its work on the integration. Both in the centre for the integration of refugees ‘SOL’ in Zagreb and in other cities, especially through collaboration on the resettlement programme. JRS team leads child-friendly space in reception centre for asylum seekers in Zagreb. JRS is publishing the multilingual newspaper ‘Paths’, created by refugees for refugees and local communities where they can share their stories, experience and hopes for the future. The motto is: Strangers yesterday, neighbours today!
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