|The Refuge, vol.13/issue 3, Nov-Dec 2015
- Editorial: People on the move
- Helping arrivals in Croatia
- Taking the danger out of refugee journeys
- News from Germany and Greece
|The Refuge, vol.13/issue 2, June 2015
- Editorial: A matter of life
- World Refugee Day
- Saving lives must mean saving lives
- Trapped at the border
- Manual for detention visitors
- Human rights prize for JRS Malta
|The Refuge, vol.13/issue 1, March 2015
- Spain-Morocco: border violence
- 'Melilla or die' refugee testimony
- Humanitarian visas save lives
- Protecting child rights
- Warsaw: language classes for Ukrainian migrants
|The Refuge, vol. 12/issue 3, December 2014
- Building safe havens or new walls around Europe?
- Poland: the family model
- France: youth encounters
- News bulletins from Portugal, Ireland and more
|The Refuge, vol. 12/issue 2, September 2014
- Special features about our upcoming report on Italy's refugee crisis
- Refugee testimony from Sicily
- Updates from Ukraine, France, Spain and Malta
|The Refuge, vol. 12/issue 1, May 2014
- JRS Europe's participation in a campaign to protect refugees fleeing Syria's war (helpsyriasrefugees.eu).
- A testimony from two Syrian refugees and their experiences coming to Europe.
- JRS Europe's visits to Kosovo and Macedonia
|The Refuge, vol. 11/issue 4, December 2013
JRS Europe's final newsletter of 2013, covering:
- The cessation of detaining migrants in prisons in Germany
- The visit of British MP Sarah Teather to Syrian refugees in Jordan
- The lives of Syrian refugees in Europe
- JRS Europe's reaction to the European Commission's proposals to avoid further migrant boat tragedies in the Mediterranean
|The Refuge, vol.11/issue 3, October 2013
JRS Europe's third newsletter of 2013 addresses the boat tragedy of 3rd October in which over 300 migrants died off the coast of Lampedusa. In Lisbon, JRS country offices came together for an Annual General Meeting focused on urban refugees. Also, a report from the latest 'communications taskforce' of JRS Europe, and its work on alternatives to detention with EU decision makers.
|The Refuge, vol.11/issue 2, July 2013
JRS Europe's second newsletter of 2013 features a description of a new report, Protection Interrupted, about the Dublin Regulation and its impact on asylum seekers in Europe. This issue also describes another new report on forced migration in Macedonia and Croatia, as well as JRS Europe's training of detention visitors.
|The Refuge -- volume 11/issue 1, April 2013
The first issue of 2013 contains articles about JRS Europe's latest research on forced migration in Morocco and Algeria, new research planned for Macedonia, JRS Europe's advocacy toward Frontex, alternatives to detention and an interview with British MP Sarah Teather on her visit to a British detention centre.