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Understanding the outcomes of population displacement from the country's war-torn regions/the University of Birmingham and UCU research project
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IDPs Ukraine Feb 13
Our study shows one in four suffers from depression in
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IDPs Ukraine Feb 12
We are happy to work on such useful study. The national survey included 1000 IDPs and 1000 general population.
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IDPs Ukraine Feb 9
from in Russia face a lot of issues regarding their status. The simplified route of applying for Russian citizenship / residence permits does resolve their needs and excludes elderly.
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Irina B. Kuznetsova Jan 18
Millions of migrants are excluded from 'universal' health coverage across the Globe. It was also discussed today in how xenophobia and impact migrants' health care access. just published a topical issue on
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UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency Jan 12
Dress = recycled refugee tent
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IDPs Ukraine Jan 11
Congratulations!
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The BEARR Trust Jan 8
Good news: is scaling up support to health facilities in the conflict-affected regions of Donetsk and Luhansk in eastern . It's estimated that up to 40% of hospital patients contract infectious diseases:
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Right to protection Dec 14
Here is new "Crossing the line of contact" covering November 2018. It's based on data collected during 43 visits to the 5 's. Read more here:
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UN in Ukraine 🇺🇦 Dec 12
The UN Social Cohesion and Reconciliation Index for (USE) 2018 results are being released today at . In this thread, we will be sharing the key trends and findings.
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Melissa Fleming Nov 27
“We could never ever have predicted the success of the store. The way people have responded to it was amazing. People were coming into the physical shop, see a child’s boot and burst into tears.” -Josie Naughton Wonderful.
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IDMC Nov 19
Every year, millions of people are forcibly displaced from their homes by conflict, violence, development projects, disasters & the effects of climate change. Explore around the world in our data visualisation story:
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Dr. Vlad Mykhnenko Nov 15
Olga Mrinska of the highlights the plight and civil society solutions for dealing with the 1.5-1.7 million of Ukraine's internally displaced persons. A great piece of research, but also emotionally moving for all concerned at
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Ukrainian Institute Nov 12
The impact of this war of that we suddenly heard lots of great new voices from the east of Ukraine - Serhiy Zhadan at Library, organised by Ukrainian Institute London
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vostoksos Nov 6
Друзья! Наши партнеры из Инклюзивной театральной студии импровизации «ДаліБуде» начали работу над новой театральной постановкой. За...
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Tatiana.Stepykina Oct 30
Paula Bronstein made photos of the elderly people living in occupied Donbas - Growing old amid shelling and frostbite in Ukraine -
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Ursula Mueller Oct 29
I went to to see the response & meet people displaced by the conflict. 1 year on, the situation remains severe & millions of Ukrainians are still in need of assistance -
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Donbass SOS Oct 26
Новий проект «Покращення психічного здоров’я та надання психосоціальної підтримки місцевим громадам,...
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Nadine Walicki Oct 19
Help us reach 20,000 signatures to give to the UN Special Rapporteur on the human rights of for her work in advancing prevention, protection and solutions for . Sign today
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IDMC Oct 19
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IDPs Ukraine Oct 18
in Ukraine don't have rights to vote in local elections despite 4.5 years of displacement. Great talk of Tatyana Dyrnyeva
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