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Arkiveringsdatum 200426:

ELENA legal update 20-04-10:

Från Ukraina/ Italy: Humanitarian protection due to deterioration of quality of life till sidans topp

The Court of Appeal of Bologna (Italy) recently granted humanitarian protection to a Ukrainian citizen from the Ternopil region, in the light of the deterioration of the quality of life in the country due to the ongoing conflict in the Donbas region.

The Ministry of Interior had contested the Tribunal's decision recognising humanitarian protection, arguing, inter alia, the inconsistency of the ruling due to the fact that the conflict was not present in the applicant's region.

However, the Court of Appeal confirmed the first instance decision, considering that, despite its geographical limitation, the conflict is having a high impact on the economy and public services of the whole county, as that the majority of the public resources are now allocated to the war effort. The Court concluded that in case of return to Ukraine, the applicant would not be able to fulfil her primary needs due to the lack of family tie and the current economic depression caused by the war. For these reasons, the appeal of the Italian Ministry of Interior was rejected.

Based on an unofficial translation by the EWLU team

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Arkiveringsdatum 190326:

IOM 19-03-15:

Från Ukraina/ Migration - "A Cause, Consequence and Catalyst of Development" till sidans topp

Ukraine is one of the most migration-affected countries in Europe, with a diaspora of up to 20 million people, 1.36 million internally displaced persons (IDPs), and a cadre of 1.3 million labour migrants contributing to remittances of USD 11 billion - ten per cent of the GDP*.

This week, the country made an important step towards coherence with best international practices in migration management, as its Migration Governance Indicators (MGI) Country Profile validated at an IOM-organized meeting in the capital Kyiv.

The MGI Country Profile - a global joint IOM/Economist Intelligence Unit/Government initiative - provides authorities with insights on policy levers that they can use to enhance and strengthen migration governance.

"With our MGI profile we will be able to compare our migration management policy with the best international practices in real time. Around 90 indicators of the profile will allow Ukrainian government entities to assess their programming and foster their strategic planning," said Head of the State Migration Service (SMS) of Ukraine, Maksym Sokoliuk.

In Ukraine's case this will mean everything from countering human trafficking to border management; from the State's communication with citizens willing to return from abroad to the access of irregular migrants to healthcare; from nourishing partnerships with the private sector to mainstreaming the development potential of migration into national strategic policies.

Sokoliuk pledged the readiness of the SMS to lead the revision of the report every three years to keep this policy instrument up-to-date and useful.


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Arkiveringsdatum 170901:

UNHCR 17-08-11:

Från Ukraina/ Uncertainty lingers for displaced as the conflict enters fourth year till sidans topp

As the conflict enters its fourth year, nearly 1.6 million internally displaced Ukrainians struggle to find safety, adequate housing and access to employment.

Sporadic exchanges of fire in areas near the line of contact continue to damage civilian infrastructure, leading to new humanitarian needs and creating risks of displacement. Safety and security remain major concerns for nearly 800,000 people living near the Line of Contact in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions in the country's East.

In June this year, the State Border Guard Service (SBGS) of Ukraine recorded more than 1.1 million crossings of the dividing line in eastern Ukraine. UNHCR is concerned about difficulties regarding freedom of movement of civilians, particularly while crossing the conflict line. There are frequently long queues and subsequent delays at checkpoints. Those waiting to cross have limited access to basic services, such as drinking water, latrines, weather shelters and medical care.

This creates additional hardships for those with limited mobility and specific needs, especially older people and mothers with children making the journey. Earlier this year, UNHCR provided technical assistance to improve conditions at all crossing points to reduce delays.

Since the beginning of 2016, nearly 586,000 retired and elderly people residing in the conflict zone lost access to their pensions as a result of verification procedures introduced by the Government of Ukraine. This has affected the most vulnerable groups, as many of them depend on pensions and social payments as their sole source of income.

Those living in non-government controlled areas are required to register as internally displaced persons with the Ukrainian authorities in order to have access to their rightful pensions and social payments.


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