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RESOURCES

Reports and materials issued by JRS Romania

I Get You - Promoting best practices to prevent racism and xenophobia towards forced migrants

The aim of I Get You, implemented by JRS Romania in partnership with JRS offices in 8 other countries in Europe, is to identify and promote best practices among different locals and national Community Building Initiatives (CBIs) working in Romania.

AIDA - Country Report: Romania - 2019 update

This report was written by Felicia Nica with support from the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) Romania and was edited by ECRE.

The information in this report draws upon statistics provided by the General Immigration Inspectorate (IGI), interviews throughout 2019 with relevant stakeholders at IGI, UNHCR Romania and civil society

organisations, including legal counsellors providing services in the different Regional Centres for Accommodation and Procedures for Asylum Seekers of the country (Timișoara, Şomcuta Mare, Rădăuţi, Galaţi, Bucharest and Giurgiu), as well as visits to the Regional Centre of Timișoara on 17-18 October 2019 and the Public Custody Centre of Arad on 21 October 2019.

Guide Sexual and Gender-based Violence for Practitioners working in the field of Asylum

This publication was produced by the Jesuit Refugee Service Romania (JRS Romania), with the support of the Representation in Romania of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). The content of this work is the sole responsibility of the Jesuit Refugee Service in Romania. Romania and does not necessarily reflect the official opinion or imply endorsement by UNHCR.

From Bad to Worse: Covid-19 Aggravates Existing Gaps in the Reception of Asylum Seekers

In From Bad to Worse: Covid-19 Aggravates Existing Gaps in the Reception of Asylum Seekers, JRS Europe presents the findings and lessons learned from a mapping on the impact of Covid-19 on the reception of asylum seekers in nine EU countries (Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Romania, Portugal, Spain).

The report criticises bad practices, highlights a few positives, and gives recommendations to national authorities and the EU institutions on what to do during and beyond the pandemic.

Analytical report on the situation of unaccompanied asylum-seeking and refugee children in Romania
This report was produced within the Border Management and Protection of Asylum-Seekers project, implemented by the Romanian Refugee Service - JRS Romania, through a programme funded by the Representation in Romania of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). The study was conducted between June and November 2020 and the material was finalized in December 2020.

 

Covid-19 and immigration detention: lessons (not) learned
Project Learning from Covid-19 Pandemic for a more protective Common European Asylum System. The report Covid-19 and immigration detention: Lessons (not) learned presents the findings and the lessons learned from a mapping on the impact of Covid-19 on administrative detention in seven EU countries (Belgium, Germany, Italy, Malta, Romania, Portugal, Spain)

 

Advice on your asylum procedure durin COVID-19

If you stay safe inside during the COVID-19 pandemic and you need advice on your asylum procedure then you are welcome to access AsylumRo

http://jrsromania.ro/

⚠️Now translated in 3 new languages: Somali, Farsi and Turkish

📶This is an online application designed to provide information free of charge to asylum-seekers, refugees or people in need of protection who find themselves in Romania.

☑️You will find information about the asylum procedure in Romania, your rights and obligatons, and where to find help using a map of useful contacts and locations.

☑️We do our best to ensure that the information included in this application is continuously updated.

☑️If you do not understand the information provided or you need additional details, please use the separate section to contact us. .

⚠️A map of useful contacts and locations is included in the platform. We advise you to contact the organizations listed on the contacts page and use your right for counseling, so you can find solutions proper to your specific situation. Every case is different and requires individualized counseling.

JOBs 4 Refugees

We have a new website useful for refugees looking for a job. 

How can you help?

📣 Talk to entrepreneurs who would like to hire foreign nationals (shops 📺, construction sites 👨🏻🔧, restaurants 👩🏿🍳 cleaning companies 👩🏼🔧, call-center 👨🏿💻, barbers 🏪 etc.).

📣 Do you have a colleague or friend from another country? Show him this website, maybe he's interested in submitting his CV!

📣 #SHARE #refugees #job #employment #integration #jobportal
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ARE YOU A REFUGEE
and you are looking for a job?

=> Submit your Resume here: - Romanian Refugee Job Portal

https://refugeejobs.ro/

Public perception of foreigners and refugees in Romania

JRS Romania - Annual Report 2019