United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Representation in Ukraine. A list of the State Migration Service offices’ addresses and contacts. Addresses of Organizations Rendering Assistance to Refugees in Ukraine. The legislation of Ukraine stipulates the right to free state legal assistance (in the preparation of complaints and representation in court) provided by the lawyers of the centers of free secondary legal assistance, which have representative offices in all regions of Ukraine.
There are two legal statuses providing for the granting of international protection in Ukraine: refugee status and the status of a person in need of complementary protection. Who is a refugee? Consistent with the requirements of international law, Ukrainian legislation defines a refugee as a person who: is not a citizen of Ukraine, and owing to well-founded fear of becoming a victim of persecution on the grounds of race, religion, nationality, citizenship (allegiance), belonging to a certain social group or political opinion, he or she stays outside the country of his/her nationality, and cannot or, owing to such concerns, is unwilling to use the protection of that country.
By deciding to work at IDS as an intern, you are contributing to the work of IDS in protecting human rights and promoting democracy in society. Volunteers will have to cope with tasks of various kinds and candidates should be ready to work in different places and should be able to quickly adapt to life in different conditions and work under different circumstances. Participants cannot choose their own work (work is determined by the needs of the organization, and not by personal preferences of employees); and the participant’s final place of work will be known only after the candidate has been hired and after his arrival at work.