The Right to Protection Charitable Foundation presents a report on the situation with the rights of refugees, asylum seekers and stateless persons. Despite the state’s efforts, some challenges remain unresolved for many years and are the subject of a review of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) at the UN Human Rights Council.
The Report “Ensuring the Rights of Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Stateless Persons” is an alternative view of non-governmental organizations on the state of implementation of recommendations received and supported by Ukraine in the framework of the Universal Periodic Review. The report was developed by the Right to Protection Charitable Foundation NEEKA Ukraine, The Tenth of April / Desyate Kvitnya NGO, Rokada Charitable Foundation, Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion (ISI) and with expert support from European Network on Statelessness.
«The preparation of the national interim report on the state of implementation of UPR recommendations is a good initiative to launch a dialogue between the public and the Government to address serious challenges and improve the rights of vulnerable groups,»– said Ksenia Karagyaur, the Legal Analyst at Right to Protection CF.
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