Awareness raising through education
CHANGE promotes critical thinking among young people and offers encounters with people who have experienced forced migration. It encourages students to be actors of social change. Together, teachers, refugees and students, all have a role to play in creating inclusive societies.
Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) is an international Catholic organisation with a mission to accompany, serve and advocate for the rights of refugees and others who are forcibly displaced. Welcome to the website of the Europe Office.
This project aims to educate young people on the positive contributions of refugees to society and to encourage them to take action within their schools and local communities.
JRS Europe and its partners identified and promoted best practices to prevent racism and xenophobia towards forced migrants through community building.
This project monitored human rights violations and documented findings and policy recommendations in the report Forgotten at the Gates of Europe.