The Jesuit Migrant Service Spain (SJM Spain)
Is a network of entities that works for the defence of the rights of migrants and their full access to citizenship.
SJM is promoted by the Society of Jesus, is integrated within the Social Sector and is the concrete expression of its work in the field of migration.
SJM is made up of Jesuit social entities that work in Spain with and for migrants:
- Fundació Migra Studium (Barcelona) Ir a Mapa
- Fundación Ellacuría (Bilbao) Ir a Mapa
- Asociación Atalaya Intercultural (Burgos) Ir a Mapa
- Centro Pueblos Unidos-Fundación San Juan del Castillo (Madrid) Ir a Mapa
- Centro Santo Padre Rubio (Madrid) Ir a Mapa
- Asociación Loiola Etxea (San Sebastián) Ir a Mapa
- Asociación Claver (Sevilla) Ir a Mapa
- Centro Padre Lasa (Tudela) Ir a Mapa
- SJM Valencia Ir a Mapa
- Fundación Red Íncola (Valladolid) Ir a Mapa
The SJM has a technical office in Madrid and a legal assistance and rights observation office in Melilla. It also collaborates with the IUEM (University Institute of Migration Studies of the Comillas University) and the Diocesan Delegation of Migration of Nador (Morocco).
The family of the Jesuit Migrant Service is made up of contracted people, volunteers and users
Who work in the day-to-day running of the entities and offices that are part of the network. A team committed to the search for social justice, through the pillars of accompaniment, service and defence of migrants and their rights.
The SJM human team is made up of:
61 people hired in the entities of the network
1.211 volunteers in the different entities and spaces of the network.
10 people in the technical office of SJM.