Jesuit Refugee Service Malta

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Job Vacancy: Front Desk Coordinator
20/03/2019: Job Vacancy: Front Desk Coordinator

JRS Malta is seeking to recruit a full-time Front Desk Coordinator for a period of 8 months, to manage front desk and hospitality activities in a busy drop-in service environment. The selected candida...
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Job Vacancy: Project Coordinator
21/01/2019: Job Vacancy: Project Coordinator

JRS Malta is seeking to recruit a full-time PROJECT COORDINATOR to work on Project Integrated, a project that is funded by UNHCR.
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Job Vacancy: School Outreach Coordinator
21/01/2019: Job Vacancy: School Outreach Coordinator

JRS Malta is seeking to recruit a full-time SCHOOL OUTREACH COORDINATOR to work on TEACH, a JRS-Europe project of which JRS Malta is one of the implementing partners. The selected candidate will also ...
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JOINT NGO STATEMENT ON THE GOVERNMENT’S DECISION TO CLOSE MALTA’S PORTS TO NGO RESCUE SHIPS
02/07/2018: Joint Press Release

JOINT NGO STATEMENT ON THE GOVERNMENT’S DECISION TO CLOSE MALTA’S PORTS TO NGO RESCUE SHIPS
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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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ThereThere's no place like home

For the past eleven years, the school outreach programme has been a vital part of JRS Malta’s awareness raising activities. During the scholastic year 2015-2016 we managed to reach out to more than 3,...
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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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