Basic Integration Services

The JRS basic integration support team was set-up in 2021,
and is often the first contact that asylum seekers and beneficiaries of protection
have with JRS services

Legal & advocacy

The JRS legal team provides information and legal assistance to asylum seekers
in detention centres, open centres and in the community

Psychosocial Support

Making sure vulnerable asylum seekers and beneficiaries of protection are well looked after

Raising Awareness

Assisting the local population in becoming more aware
about the reality of forced migration

Basic Integration Services

The JRS basic integration support team was set-up in 2021,
and is often the first contact that asylum seekers and beneficiaries of protection
have with JRS services

Legal & Advocacy

The JRS legal team provides information and legal assistance to asylum seekers
in detention centres, open centres and in the community

Psychosocial Support

Making sure vulnerable asylum seekers and beneficiaries of protection are well looked after

Raising Awareness

Assisting the local population in becoming more aware
about the reality of forced migration

Basic Integration Services

Legal & Advocacy

Psychosocial Support

Raising Awareness

News

JRS Malta attends the MCAST fresher’s week

JRS Malta attends the MCAST fresher’s week

JRS Malta has attended the fresher’s week of MCAST, the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology, held at their campus in Paola and Mosta. Staff members Ceci and Barbara coordinated the JRS stand and informed students on the various projects in which our...

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Call for the post of Social Worker with JRS Malta
Call for the post of Social Worker with JRS Malta

JRS Malta is seeking to recruit a SOCIAL WORKER to work with asylum seekers and migrants in Malta. Terms and conditions This a full-time position. Salary offered will be commensurate to experience. Qualifications Applicants must: Hold a recognised degree in Social...

Investing time in people for safe, legal and dignified work
Investing time in people for safe, legal and dignified work

Many asylum seekers end up in illegal work, where dignified treatment, fair pay and health and safety are not guaranteed. They take the risk and get into such jobs out of financial necessity, if not mere desperation. Some need the money in order to leave the open...

Training kit on empowering refugee-led community organisations launched
Training kit on empowering refugee-led community organisations launched

Earlier in June, Aditus foundation and JRS Malta, together with other organisations launched a Training Kit designed to support the empowerment of refugee-led groups. Funded by the Erasmus+ programme, the Training Kit on Empowering Refugee-Led Community Organisations...

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