Despite repressions and persecutions, many Belarusians want to help and show solidarity with the captured heroes. We have compiled a practical guide to helping political prisoners: choose the option that is most convenient for you and go for it!
Supporting political prisoners and their family members is painstaking work, but this is the only way to solidarize with people in prison. Regular payment is a convenient option for those who can help on an ongoing basis.
Maxim Maximov lived in Mogilev and was not interested in politics until August 2020. On election day, he was tortured in Okrestin Street, and after his release, he was forced to leave Belarus urgently.
Today, December 18, the world celebrates the International Day of Migrants. On this day, exactly 30 years ago, the UN General Assembly adopted the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrants and Members of Their Families.
"A Country to Live in" Foundation is recognized as an official partner of the iHelpBelarus initiative, created by
the Belarusian diaspora with the aim of verifying the activities, subsequent cooperation with charitable organizations and initiatives, as well as financing projects to help Belarus during this difficult transition period.
Today, on December 8, Maria Moroz, head of the "A Country To Live In" Foundation, and its executive director, Alexey Yerokhovets, visited a shelter in Bialystok (Poland) that had recently opened its doors.