• Refuge March 2017

    * JRS Indonesia Annual Report 2016
    * Three “S” for Freedom
    * Warm Welcome for a Refugee
    * Letter from a Refugee

  • Refuge Dec 2016

    * A Plea from the Midst of Mandkind
    * Disturb Us, Lord
    * JRS: A New Field to Share Love
    * Pomegranate from Afghanistan
    * JRS Asia Pacific Regional Meeting

  • Refuge July 2016

    * Open Minds, Unlock Potential
    * Understanding the Root Cause of Refugee Flow
    * My Experience with Jesuit Refugee Service
    * A Journey of an Iraqi Survivor

  • Refuge March 2016

    * My Short Experience with JRS
    * Accompaniment - Encountering Those Forsaken
    * Baking Bread

  • Refuge Dec 2015

    * Refreshment for a Day
    * Because Competence and Conscience are not Enough
    * Education for the future
    * Hospitality in a Manger

  • Refuge Sept 2015

    *Volunteer Teacher for One day
    *Aceh Rohingya Story
    *Learning, Creating, Sharing
    *JRS Indonesia Fundraising in Yogyakarta

  • Refuge June 2015

    * Ordinary People Living in Extraordinary Circumstances
    * Syaitara Longing for Her Mother
    * Genuine Act of Solidarity
    * A Journey to Find Hope

  • Refuge March 2015

    * Choosing to Be Empowered
    * Dion's Empathy
    * Never Lost in Translation

  • Refuge December 2014

    * Refugees, Where are They Coming from and Why are They Here?
    * “Body Not Work”
    * When Accompaniment Becomes Brotherhood
    * A Day in The Life of a JRS Volunteer

  • Refuge September 2014

    * Something to Look Forward to during the "Long Wait"
    * Refugee Children Have a Right to Protection
    * Hope is all what Remains
    * Pictures Inviting Us to See, Reflect and Act

  • Refuge June 2014

    * We Flee from One Country to another
    * Child Asylum Seeker in Danger
    * Seeds of Hope in a Place of Desperation
    * A Message Echoing through the Human Family

  • Refuge March 2014

    * An Encounter of Endless Mutual Learning

    * Exiled to Nowhere - Burma's Rohingya:
    Voices from a Ten Day Photo Exhibition

    * Contributing to The Community, A Part of Life in Dignity

  • Refuge December 2013

    * I Have Been Displaced since I Was Five Years Old

    *A Place where There Is Peace, Is where I Want to Live

    *The Most Important Thing for Me Is My Life Is Safe
    and Peaceful

    *33 Years On, The Needs of Displaced Are Bigger than Ever

  • Refuge Sept 2013

    * What We Can Learn from Asylum Seekers in Detention
    * Forgotten Promises: A Former Refugee Still Struggling
    to Rebuild His Life
    * Immigration Detention is No Place for Children
    * Even One Woman Displaced is Too Many!

  • Refuge June 2013

    * Under God’s Wings of Protection
    * When Differences Disappear
    * A Life Changing Experience
    * A Dream of Cinderella’s Dress
    * JRS Indonesia Accompaniment to Refugees and
    Asylum Seekers 2013

  • Refuge March 2013

    * Hospitality as Remedy
    * The First Encounter, The Precious Lesson
    * Stop Detention of Children
    * Lesson about Hope
    * Dreams in The Land of Hope

  • Refuge Dec 2012

    * Our Day is Different with Your Presence
    * The Courage It Takes To Be a Mother
    * I Can Not Return Home
    * I Don't Want To Be Punished Anymore Just Because of my Looks and Religion

  • Refuge Sept 2012

    * Learning to Respect Life from Refugees’ Experiences
    * JRS’ Training on Legal Advice for Asylum Seekers
    * May The Seeds Flourish

  • Refuge June 2012

    * Impressions and Reflections on World Refugee Day
    * When Hope is all that Remains
    * Making the Daily Foods are available
    * Children Learn What they Live
    * Pearls of Life

  • Refuge - <br/>March 2012

    A Friend on the Journey
    Building an Immigration Detention Home
    Becoming Vulnerable in the Community
    Giving All Despite Own Needs
    Together With Refugees, JRS On The Move

  • Refuge October 2011

    Displacement Prevention and Response Programme
    They are now more Optimist and Have Self Confidence
    JRS' View on Empowerment
    Living Values Education at Alur Mas State Primary School
    Earthquake
    A Compilation of Reflections Among JRS Tapaktuan Staff

  • Refuge May 2011

    - Survivors and Campaigners Ask the USA to Join The Mine Band Treaty Without Delay
    - Aerobics is Making Life Brighter
    - Ten Years of Service
    - Regional Workshop in Yogyakarta
    - Sharing JRS experience in disaster Responds with Interfidei

  • Refuge March 2011

    * Displacement from East Timor: Has It Finished or Not?
    * Approaching English
    * One Step Forward for Disaster Preparedness

  • Refuge January 2011

    * 14.000 People Still Homeless
    * The Smiles of Merapi Evacuees
    * Looking Back at JRS Activities in 2010

  • Refuge Octobre 2010

    * A Triumph of Humanity: Entry into Force of the Cluster Munitions Convention
    * It is Good to Learn English
    * Getting to Know Each Other Make Us Respect Each Other

  • Refuge June 2010

    * An Effort Wort Making
    * The Beauty of Solidarity
    * The Legacy of JRS in Takokak
    * What We Can Do to Help

  • Refuge April 2010

    * Workshop on The Convention of Cluster Munitions
    * Taking Pictures With Empathy
    * The Near End of The First Part of A journey

  • Refuge February 2010

    * I don’t mind the risk of dying, but I want the children to still go to school
    * The Spirit of Peace of Women in the Red Zone
    * Limited Space for Sharing on Disasters Affecting Women

  • Refuge Dec 2009

    • What a Prosthetic Means to Mr Syam
    • Survivors to Campaigners Ban Advocates Promoting the Convention
    on Cluster Munitions
    • Listening to the Witnesses of Refugees through “Refugee Stories”

  • Refuge Oct 2009

    * When The Flood Came
    * “Mam, will JRS come today?”
    * Arya, the Initiator from Lawe Sawah

  • Refuge August 2009

    • Peace In The Eyes And Hearts of Young Women
    • Peace Education And The Peaceful Spirited Educator
    • World Refugee Day

  • Refuge June 2009

    • Playing Volley Ball In Skirts
    • Mocok
    • Our Mutual Friendship Does Not End Here

  • Refuge April 2009

    • The patience For A Long Journey
    • ”What are Brownies like?”
    • Understanding An Uncertainty

  • Refuge Feb 2009

    • The Concept of a Zone of Pace, Schools Based on a Culture of Peace
    • A Film About Peace for Children
    • Peace Makes Us Happy

  • Refuge Dec 2008

    • A Promise of Community Walfare and Its Future Threats
    • Social and Legal Aspects of Resource Extraction
    • “We Will Stay Here Anyway!”

  • Refuge Oct 2008

    * Critical Voice from Rural People
    * A Teacher`s Dedication
    * Our Struggle has not Stopped here....

  • Refuge August 2008

    * JRS Indonesia Needs Assessment
    * Peace Education using Media of Film and Puppetry
    * JRS Indonesia Strategic Plan 2008-2010

  • Refuge Nov 2007

    * I Want to be a Policeman
    * A Child Experience of Conflict
    * Under The Palm Oil Tree
    * Universal Children’s Day 2007

  • Refuge Sept 2006

    * Will peace prevail?
    * A Year after the peace agreement
    * Goats heal trauma

  • Refuge July 2006

    * Ducklings
    * Children’s hope
    * JRS Aceh activity report
    * JRS Earthquake response report

  • Refuge May 2006

    * Yogyakarta Earthquake
    * Looking Forward to the Future
    * Waving Fishing Nets to Wave Life
    * Watermelon and the Angry Wife
    * JRS Field Report

  • Refuge April 2006

    * Unhealthy Habits
    * Fresh Water for Kuala Idi Cut
    * Abdurrahman’s Feet
    * JRS Field Report

  • Refuge March 2006

    * Waving the Unique Future
    * Reproductive Health in Kuala Simpang Ulim
    * A Story about Tradeswomen from Kuala Simpang Ulim
    * Zahra Cultivates Her Field on Her Own
    * JRS Field Reports

  • Refuge Jan 2006

    * One year Tsunami Commemoration in Meulaboh
    * A Prayer for Meulingge
    * 4,708 Survivors in West Aceh still in Tents
    * I Feel More Peaceful Here
    * Reading Center: A Place for Children to Share
    * JRS Indonesia Annual Report 2005

  • Refuge Dec 2005

    * The Travelled Road
    * We cannot Sell Out the Shirts
    * JRS Field reports
    * Moluccas: Rumourmongers
    * The Book Launch of A Thousand Dreams of the Women of Buru

  • Refuge Nov 2005

    * Thanksgiving Dinner at the Reddish Purple Dusk
    * Eight Knock-down Houses Built in Meulingge
    * Housing Aid for Kuala Tripa and Babah Lueng
    * Land and IDPs: Crucial Problems for Reconstruction
    * Waving Peaceful Life in Koto Indarung
    * Moluccas: The Reconstruction Process in Kesui Island

  • Refuge Oct 2005

    * The Optimist and Pessimist
    * Dancing for Peace
    * The Neglected Voices of IDPs in Sei Lepan Camp, North Sumatra
    * Mrs. Janati Wants to Earn Living from Ummi Chips
    * Moluccas The First Laughter of Iha People
    * One Saturday Afternoon

  • Refuge August 2005

    * A Prayer for Mrs. Janawiyah
    * Alternative Education by JRS Tapak Tuan
    * Malahayati Camp at Lhok Me
    * On Board between Luen Bale and Lampulo
    * IDP Women in Gunung Beureugang
    * Aceh Update July 2005
    * A Bridge and a Woman-JRS Moluccas
    * Moluccas Update July 2005

  • Refuge July 2005

    * People in Camps Count Days
    * Education for Children in Posttsunami Aceh
    * They haven’t Seen Me Walk for Two Years...
    * A Simple Celebration of International Day of Refugees in Banda Aceh
    * Six Month Report of JRS Moluccas
    * Ambon
    * Buru
    * Langgur

  • Refuge June 2005

    * Knock-Down Houses in Lamno
    * Starting from Small Things
    * Many Women Follow Me Selling Cookies
    * Sign of Hope
    * Fishermen of Krueng Raya Never Die
    * Kesui and Kariuw IDPs Return

  • refuge May 2005

    * Miss Ita, come, tell us stories!
    * Where should I sign, Sir?
    * Dendi often cries...
    * The local government just talks
    * A cappella for Nias

  • Refuge April 2005

    * I Want to be a Pilot
    * JRS Serves the Tsunami Survivors
    * When I was sick...
    * Tapaktuan in Ruins
    * Miss Chilly-Sweet
    * JRS’s Brief Mission to Nias