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Цей звіт є четвертим етапом опитування, проведеного Благодійним фондом «Право на захист» на п’ятьох контрольних пунктах в’їзду-виїзду (КПВВ) на неконтрольовані Урядом України території (НКУУТ), що регулярно здійснювалися з червня 2017 року.
В основу звіту покладено дані, зібрані протягом грудня 2017 – січня 2018 року, у період погіршення погодних умов.
Під час звітного періоду монітори БФ «Право на захист» опитали 3 242 особи, які перетинали лінію зіткнення.[/vc_column_text]
Today EEC Mayorsk has started working.
According to the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine, the decision to transfer the checkpoint of Zaytseve closer to the demarcation line was taken to strengthen the control over the movement of people, vehicles and trucks.
The employees of the CF “Right to Protection” office in Slovyansk inform that Zaytseve EEC will be closed today. But there were more than 1.5 thousand people near it on October 21st in the morning.
Currently those who cross the demarcation line by car are going to Mayorsk EEC on their own. Buses have been sent for other people.
Note that Mayorsk EEC is hardly ready to let people through: there is only one MES tent set, but it’s empty – there are no lights even; the road is filled with rubble, which complicates the movement of the elderly and parents with children.
On July 20th, public organizations that protect the rights of internally displaced persons held a demarche “Groisman, open your eyes to the problems of IDPs” under the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.
Human rights activists presented their alternative report on 100 days of work in the field of internally displaced persons to the Government and handed a big book, which contains real stories of the IDPs who are victims of inhuman and discriminatory policy of the state. Human rights activists also wanted to give Groisman big spectacles as a symbolic incentive to see the real situation in the field of internal displacement, but the representatives of the Government did not accept that gift.
Yesterday, on June 22nd, the employees of Slov’yansk office of the project “Advocacy and Legal Assistance for Internally Displaced Persons”, implemented by the CF “Right to Protection” supported by the UN High Comission for Refugees (UNHCR), the lawyer Anna Bukreyeva and the monitor Natalia Shevchenko visited district center Artemove. The city is subordinated to Toretsk city council of Donetsk Region.
The purpose of the trip is an information campaign “Increasing legal awareness of the population affected in the military conflict in the east of the country: appeals of citizens to national and international courts on the matters of destruction of housing.”
“Look at the photo – this is only a small part of what we saw. People are in despair, but try not to panic and they rely on our help,” tells Anna Bukreyeva. “So almost every day we go to various towns and villages, meet with people whose homes have suffered from the attacks. For example, in Artemove 10 families received clarification, legal advice and recommendations as for the documents necessary for application to the court.”