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  • “If one of us is imprisoned, the other one takes the child and leaves the country.” The key from the report of human rights activists on the psychological state of political emigrants

    The psychological problems of Belarusian political emigrants, including journalists, have become the center of attention of human rights activists. Many are still going through traumatic experiences, struggling with depression, separation from loved ones.

    The report was pre­pared with the sup­port of The Ger­man Asso­ci­a­tion of Psy­choso­cial Cen­tres for Refugees and Vic­tims
    of Tor­ture (BAfF e.V.) and Con­flict Analy­sis and Pre­ven­tion Cen­ter (CAPC). The authors were Eka­te­ri­na Sokiri­an­ska­ia, Elise Bit­ten­binder, Kat­ja Méri­au, Elisa Ste­in­furth.

    Read the report here

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