INeedHelpBY is shifting its focus to providing help beyond Belarus and initiating collaboration with the Emergency Humanitarian Aid Service
INeedHelpBY is shifting its focus to providing help beyond Belarus and initiating collaboration with the Emergency Humanitarian Aid Service
At the beginning of the year, authorities labeled the INeedHelpBY initiative as extremist. Despite this, the service creators assessed all risks and decided not to stop operations. However, significant changes were made to the help mechanisms. Thus, INeedHelpBY suspended its operations in Belarus, and will concentrate on aiding individuals who have left the country due to political reasons. This was announced by the initiative on its social media platforms.
Shelters in Wroclaw and Batumi work for Belarusians
Shelters in Wroclaw and Batumi work for Belarusians
Two shelters – in Wroclaw and Batumi – are open and operate within the framework of the Emergency Humanitarian Aid Service. In total, more than a hundred people have already passed through the shelters. It is also planned to open shelters in Vilnius and Tbilisi.
The state will take 86 thousand euros from people in fines, where can they get them? How it is possible to get help and provide it now?
The state will take 86 thousand euros from people in fines, where can they get them? How it is possible to get help and provide it now?
During the latest raid by law enforcement, 292 people were affected. How are people punished for supporting political prisoners? What fines did those who helped and got help receive? And is it possible to fined help now? These questions were answered by the head of the “A Country to Live in” foundation Volha Zazulinskaya.
26.03.2024
Elizaveta Prokopchik - guardian of political prisoner Yuri Kostyuk talks about participation in the joint information campaign of our Foundation and the Dissidentby.com initiative in support of political prisoners "Until All Are Free".
25.03.2024
The III Conference of Belarusians Worldwide took place in Prague.
21.03.2024
On March 22nd, we commemorate the 160th anniversary of the execution of Kastus Kalinouski.
20.03.2024
From March 23rd to 24th, the third conference of Belarusians abroad will take place in Prague.
18.03.2024
On March 15, the UN Human Rights Council published an unofficial version of the report on human rights in Belarus.
18.03.2024
The rights of Belarusian citizen Sergey Eremeev, whom Russian law enforcement suspects of explosions of trains on the Baikal-Amur Mainline (BAM), continue to be restricted.
16.03.2024
Alexandra Konofalskaya, the guardian of political prisoner Dmitry Kubarev, talks about her participation in the joint information campaign of our Foundation and the Dissidentby.com initiative in support of political prisoners "Until All Are Free".
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Helps political prisoners and their families