Overview of the situation with “transit refugees” in Brest in September-December 2018

Яна Гончарова
26 February 2019

The review is an interim report, it was prepared on the basis of monitoring activities of Human Constanta office in Brest with the participation of volunteers. The review covers the activities from September to December 2018.

Human Constanta works with modern challenges for human rights in Belarus. Among other things, we deal with the protection of the rights of foreign citizens and stateless persons as well as the topic of non-discrimination. Since September 2016, we launched a mission of assistance to transit refugees in Brest.

In March 2017, an office was opened to help foreign citizens and stateless persons. We regularly monitor the situation in Brest and at the Polish border checkpoint Terespol.

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