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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 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...
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...
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This information brochure is intended to help you in all the stages of the procedure. You cannot expect to find all the answers here, but it will be useful.„„This information brochure contains only essential data. For all the additional explanations you can refer to...
As part of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees’ (UNHCR) global #IBELONG Campaign to end statelessness in the world by 2024, the UNHCR Regional Representation for South Eastern Europe has produced a brochure about the situation of persons at risk of...
This study has been prepared in order to support the development of a national programme for livelihoods in Montenegro, with the aim of presenting the socioeconomic situation of displaced persons in Montenegro, analysing their position in the labour market and...
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