Ukrainian ISHR team: help near Chernobyl

2022-08-11T13:43:06+02:00

ISHR team provides targeted help in the war zone where others cannot reach. As part of the UN water sanitation programme, we were able to install a water filter in a rural school in Hornostaipil and provide food to 3 institutions for elderly care. Watch our video! The village of Hornostaipil is located in the Ivankiv village community of Kyiv region, not far from the Belarusian border, near the Chernobyl

Ukrainian ISHR team: help near Chernobyl2022-08-11T13:43:06+02:00

Ukrainian ISHR team provides humanitarian assistance in Zaporizhzhia

2022-08-11T13:26:36+02:00

Zaporizhzhia is now back on everyone's radar. Europe's largest nuclear power plant in the Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia region in south-eastern Ukraine has recently came under fire again. In this war-torn region, there is a large influx of internally displaced persons and the need for humanitarian aid is enormous. ISHR would like to support the supply of life-saving medicines at a time when the medical and logistics infrastructures are under increasing pressure.

Ukrainian ISHR team provides humanitarian assistance in Zaporizhzhia2022-08-11T13:26:36+02:00

Germany to change residence rules for Ukrainians from 1 September

2022-08-08T16:03:52+02:00

Those staying in Germany for more than three months must obtain a temporary protection registration, otherwise they will not be able to legally stay in the FRG, or leave the country for 90 days. Ukrainian war refugees are accommodated in a sports hall equipped with camp beds in the small Bavarian village of Eichenau near Munich, Germany, on March 24. (Christof Stache/AFP/Getty Images)   Refugees arriving in Germany

Germany to change residence rules for Ukrainians from 1 September2022-08-08T16:03:52+02:00

OSCE to look into human rights abuses in Russia

2022-08-05T17:14:59+02:00

OSCE participating States will launch a "Moscow Mechanism" because of possible violations by Russia of its commitments to respect the rights of its citizens. Flags of the OSCE participating States (OSCE/Mikhail Evstafiev) 38 of the 57 member states of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) have backed the creation of a special group of experts to examine human rights violations in Russia, the French Foreign

OSCE to look into human rights abuses in Russia2022-08-05T17:14:59+02:00

European Commissioner: Refugees from Ukraine can return to the EU again at any time

2022-08-03T15:57:58+02:00

Refugees from Ukraine who have moved to the EU and then decide to re-enter their home country will be able to return to the EU at any time during the war. European Commissioner for Home Affairs Ilva Johansson This was stated by European Commissioner for Home Affairs Ilva Johansson during a visit to Kiev. "We will always be ready with an open heart to welcome Ukrainians in need,"

European Commissioner: Refugees from Ukraine can return to the EU again at any time2022-08-03T15:57:58+02:00

School enrolment in different European countries for refugees from Ukraine

2022-08-01T09:52:07+02:00

Many refugees face the problem that it is already necessary to prepare their children in schools in the host country. The war in Ukraine is ongoing and a peace settlement cannot be expected any time soon. Therefore, many countries have made it possible for refugee children to be educated. Photo: migrant.biz.ua Information on admission conditions was provided by the portal The Page How to enrol a child in

School enrolment in different European countries for refugees from Ukraine2022-08-01T09:52:07+02:00

Russian prisons recruit prisoners for war in Ukraine

2022-07-29T16:50:25+02:00

The website gulagu.net reported on repeated cases of agitation and recruitment of prisoners in Russian colonies to take part in combat operations in Ukraine. Prisoners are offered the following: To join the Wagner PMC under contract.  Six months of service and a full pardon, with the removal of the criminal record. Salary of 100 thousand rubles plus a bonus of 100 thousand rubles. At the death of 5 million rubles,

Russian prisons recruit prisoners for war in Ukraine2022-07-29T16:50:25+02:00

Where to find help for refugees in Germany

2022-07-26T12:41:57+02:00

There is a central German portal that has been created by the Federal Ministry of the Interior and Comprehensive Development. This portal provides detailed information on staying in Germany. Where to find help for refugees in Germany... There is a central German portal that has been created by the Federal Ministry of the Interior and Comprehensive Development. This portal provides you with detailed information about your stay in Germany. Here

Where to find help for refugees in Germany2022-07-26T12:41:57+02:00

ISHR Ukraine: personal help goes on

2022-07-18T16:19:20+02:00

ISHR Ukraine: personal help goes on 4-8 July 2022, Shyshaki, Poltava region, Ukraine. IAC ISHR together wit Save the Children delivered 200 family hygiene kits that include washing powder, soap, toothpaste and other hygiene items for 605 internally displaced people that are located in Shyshaki community. This action is the first joint action of IAC ISHR and SCI. Our aim is to support IDP community and local authorities in rural areas of Poltava

ISHR Ukraine: personal help goes on2022-07-18T16:19:20+02:00

Why are Syrian and Ukrainian refugees treated differently?

2022-07-14T15:07:30+02:00

Why are Syrian and Ukrainian refugees treated differently? According to the United Nations, more than 300,000 Syrian civilians have died in the ten years of war that continues to rage in their country. Paulo Pinheiro, chairman of the Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Syria, explained that these figures reflect the plight of civilians because they do not include those killed during the conflict. "The UN Human Rights Office report

Why are Syrian and Ukrainian refugees treated differently?2022-07-14T15:07:30+02:00
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