On 27 September 2022, the Council of Europe, European Union and the UNHCR, in cooperation with Warsaw bar Association, organised together a seminar in Warsaw for Ukrainian legal professionals and Asylum/ Migration HELP e-Desk national managers on the European legal practices and procedures with a focus on the assistance to Ukrainian refugees.
The aim of the seminar was to provide the most updated information to Ukrainian and European legal professionals assisting people forcibly displaced due to the war on different European and national procedures and practices regarding inter alia the implementation of the EU Temporary Protection Directive and relevant international and European standards.
It brought together the experts from the European Commission Directorate General for Migration and Home Affairs, European Union Agency for Asylum, UNHCR Regional Bureau for Europe and Polish office, as well as the representatives of the Polish bar to discuss the legal aspects of assistance to Ukrainian refugees in Europe and main challenges linked to the provision of this assistance.
The seminar was organised by the HELP project “Supporting contextualisation of HELP modules/courses for legal professionals in times of war in Ukraine”, which also provide legal adaptation of HELP courses, creation of online space on HELP platform and peer to peer trainings of managers of Migration and Asylum HELP e-desk.
Watch the live sessions and recordings:
- Summary of the event
- Asylum/Migration HELP e-Desks
- COEHELP e-learning platform
- Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals (HELP Programme)
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