Round table on forced migration

The Round table on forced migration was held at the Faculty of International Relations of BSU on September, 25, 2019.

Dmitry Poletaev, the Council of Europe expert, Director of the Migration Research Center (Moscow), took part in the event and made a presentation about forced migration and statelessness in the post-Soviet space (on the example of Russia). He analyzed the current situation in the Russian Federation and prospects for solutions to this problem.

The round table was held ahead of the high-level event on statelessness to be held in October in Geneva (Switzerland) under the auspices of UNHCR.

The round table was organized by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Belarusian State University and International Non–governmental Association for Scientific Research, Information and Educational Programmes «Evolutio». The event was supported by the Council of Europe.


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