Counselling office

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

Russian Court Saves North Korean Defector From Deportation

A court in Russia’s Leningrad region dismissed the case against Choi Myung-bok, a North Korean defector set to be deported for violating migration laws, the Memorial human rights group reported Monday. Choi no longer faces deportation to North Korea, where he would most likely be executed for fleeing the labor camp he was sent to. He plans to apply for official refugee status once again. [»]

New Slavery Victims in Golyanovo

On December 5th Nesibeli Ibragimova, citizen of Kazakhstan, escaped from the grocery shop that belongs to Zhansulu Istanbekova. Late in December Nesibeli turned to the Civic Assistance Committee for help. Back in May she was invited to Moscow to work, during the first meeting the shop owner took Nesibeli’s documents. She was held captive in the shop and constantly beaten for 8 months. [»]

School Principals, Don’t Be Afraid to Teach Children!

School principals from different regions who talked to Civic Assistance complained about being pressured by migration services when it came to admittance or study continuation for children with unsettled migration statuses or no registration (either registration at the place of stay or residence). [»]

Ingushetia: “Most Serious Cases Linked With Terrorism Suspects”

In connection with Ildar Dadin’s situation people have once again begun to speak about torture in prisons and other violations of prisoner’s rights. We are involved with this conversation in connection with the project “Protecting the Rights of Residents of the North Caucasus in Places of Imprisonment.” We will begin a small cycle of publications about the situation in various regions of Russia. First up we are publishing the work of Ahmed Barakhoyev – a project coordinator in Ingushetia. [»]

“Golyanovo Slaves” Case Reached Strasbourg

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

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. [»]

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