R2P’s Mission

Protect people in conflict, disaster, forced displacement, and migration and enable systemic changes to prevent such situations.

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Assistance to IDPs and the War-Affected Population

We provide free legal aid on issues related to the restoration of lost documents, border crossing, social benefits, etc., as well as in-kind, cash and psychological assistance to IDPs and the war-affected population.

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Assistance to Refugees

We help refugees and asylum seekers in Ukraine: We provide free legal aid, support their cases in court, advise on social issues and monitor temporary accommodation centres for foreigners. We advocate for the rights of refugees in Ukraine and abroad.

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Assistance to stateless persons

We provide free legal support to stateless persons to confirm their citizenship of Ukraine/another country or to acquire citizenship and obtain a passport. We advocate for improved access to fundamental rights, and work to increase the capacity of public authorities.

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We work in Ukraine and Poland

Click on the area you are interested in to find the addresses of R2P’s offices.

Click on the area you are interested in to find the addresses of R2P’s offices.

We help everyone who seeks protection in Ukraine to access the procedure guaranteed by law.

We represent asylum seekers in court and support their integration into Ukrainian society.

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You can also find out about current events on the News page.

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Briefly about us

Beneficiaries

Beneficiaries

1 500 000+ people aided

Geography

Geography

We operate in 22 oblasts of Ukraine

Experience

Experience

We have been helping people for over 10 years

The Team

The Team

We are more than 1,000 like-minded people

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Our goal is to help those in need

R2P is a leading Ukrainian human rights organisation that provides psychosocial and in-kind support to internally displaced persons and the war-affected population, refugees, and asylum seekers in Ukraine and stateless persons.

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