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Working hours Monday, Wednesday : 10.00-20.00, Friday: 10.00-17.00.
Hotline: (968) 918-98-65
Adminisrator: (495) 681-05-27
Migration counselling office: (495) 681-18-23
Information service: (916) 700-03-92
Translator from Arabic: (916) 363-70-23
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2015

Counselling office visited
2276 people

Counselling provided for
3369 people

Medical сounselling provided for
to 2605 people

Allowances given
to 261 families for
4.543.638 RUR

Clothes get
902 families

Free studied Russian language
27 refugees

Activities of Children’s Center attended
more than 85 children

“Golyanovo Slaves” Case Reached Strasbourg

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On November 25, 2016 lawyers of the MEMORIAL/EHRAC joint project together with an expert from the Civic Assistance Committee filed a complaint to the European Court of Human Rights in regards with the case of “Golyanovo slaves”. [»]

Why Syrian Refugees Don’t Go to Russia

Refugees and migrants gather near a check point on the Russian-Norwegian border outside Nickel (Nikel) settlement in Murmansk region, Russia, October 30, 2015. The flow of Middle Eastern migrants trying to reach Europe via the Russian Arctic slowed dramatically on October 29, partly due to a shortage of bicycles to cross the border, a source who deals with them told Reuters. According to officials, many Syrians obtain business or study visas to enter Russia and then travel through Moscow and Murmansk to Nickel, a town of some 12,000 population named after the metal mined there. REUTERS/Fyodor Porokhin - RTX1TYD7

Noginsk, a Russian provincial town about 40 miles from Moscow, is widely known as a place where the first monument to Lenin was established. It is also traditionally known by its industries, especially textile production. Recently, however, the town has become known as the place with the largest group of Syrian refugees in Russia. [»]

Syrian Refugees in Russia

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These days Migration services of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation have been constantly denying Syrian refugees asylum and recommending them to go back home. Officials explain their decisions by claiming that Syria is no longer in grave danger and referring to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation. We have gathered a few of migration services’ decisions here and compared them for better understanding with the recent report of the Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Syrian Arab Republic acting under the mandate of the United Nation. [»]

Administrative Expulsion from Russia: Court Proceedings or Mass Expulsion?

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Over the past few years Russian courts arduously expell migrants from the country, usually in flagrant violation of procedures and other norms. The Civic Assistance Committee employee Konstantin Troitskiy prepared the report on mass expulsions of foreigners from Russia, which is now available in English. You can download the English version of the report following the link.  [»]

Svetlana Gannushkina Receives Right Livelihood Award

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On 25 November 2016 the ceremony of the Right Livelihood Award, also known as “Alternative Nobel Prize”, was held in Stockholm. Other winners of 2016 are Syrian volunteers White Helmets, Egyptian women’s organization Nazra and Turkish newspaper Cumhuriyet. We publish Svetlana Gannushkina acceptance speech video and transcript. [»]

Court Awards Million to Migrant Workers

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Illarion Vasilev, a lawyer from the group ‘Migration and Law Memorial’ succeeded in suing SK Invest Stroy for more than a million roubles in outstanding payments on behalf of workers from Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. [»]

Premiere: Five Stories of Real Refugees in ‘Day Shall Declare’ Special Project

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Trafficking victim from Kinshasa, a witness of a murder of dozens innocent people from Brazzaville, a girl, who broke with Yemen traditions and other refugees took part in a new multimedia Civic Assistance Committee special project. According to UNHCR, in 2015 more than 65 million refugees in the world were forced to leave their homes due to armed conflicts. We talked with those who fled to Russia: what made them leave and what is their new life here like. [»]

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