World Refugee Day- Photo Series
Jesuit Refugee Service Asia Pacific brings you photos from the field on World Refugee Day.
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Australia: any door will do when you're in danger
Kings Cross, New South Wales, 18 June 2015 – Following the decisions by Indonesia and Malaysia to provide temporary refuge for 7,000 Rohingya and Bangladeshi forced migrants pending "resettlement and repatriation" by the international community, Prime Minister Tony Abbott's response to the question of resettlement of some of these people in Australia was "nope, nope, nope."
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Psychosocial Accompaniment for Women & Girls in Bangkok

15 June 2015-The sessions of group psychosocial counselling that JRS Thailand provides to women and to unaccompanied girls in Bangkok help build a sense of normalcy in an abnormal setting.

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Disabled Dancers Celebrate Landmine Monitor at Angkor Wat Half Marathon.
24 February 2015-  Dancers with disability and their friends will bless a world to be freed of cluster munitions and landmines before they join the Angkor Marathon.
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A regional approach to asylum: working towards what is ethically desirable and politically possible

Sydney, 14 June 2013 — The tragic discovery of 13 bodies 125 km from the coast of Christmas Island last week, with more than 50 people still unaccounted for, is a harsh reminder that government policies aiming to deter asylum seekers from taking dangerous boat journeys to Australia is failing.


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Video: Global approach to urban refugee issues
(Washington, D.C.) April 27, 2012 - Jesuit Refugee Service has long recognized that serving urban refugee populations is a major challenge. Isolation, restrictive and inadequate government policies and resource constraints all take on increased significance in urban settings.

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