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After 35 years, the nightmare of a legal limbo ends for a mother of 9 in Montenegro
Statelessness is like a family virus that you pass down to your children – and wearing a mask and washing hands does not help!
UNHCR is a bridge between refugees and the United Nations
Each year, many people fleeing war, persecution and violence transit through Montenegro on their way to Western Europe. Since 2012, however, more and more have sought asylum here. Of the nearly 8,000 people who in 2019 initially stated an intention to apply for asylum...
For me, one part of paradise is in Montenegro
For refugees, integration into the local community can be a solution to their plight and a chance to build a new life. Montenegro placed integration high on the policy agenda, with the aim of rendering refugees economically productive and self-reliant, all the while...
I’ve found my life in Montenegro
For 28 years, UNHCR in Montenegro has helped refugees by providing legal and material aid, as well as psychosocial support, while at the same time working with Montenegro to develop its asylum capacities. “Montenegro’s open-door policy in the aftermath of the...
Cuban refugees work hard to start over in Montenegro
After fleeing political persecution in Cuba, Raul and his family are determined to build a new life and learn a new language in Montenegro.
Yemeni family reunited in Montenegro after four years apart
Former opposition activist says there were times when he thought he would never see his wife and children again.
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