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Recorded conversation 02 April, 15:30

He­alth re­ha­bi­li­ta­tion for vic­tims of the ar­med co­nflict in the East and the occu­pa­tion of Cri­mea: What do­es the go­vern­ment off­er?

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The discussion will be held in Ukrainian with Crimean Tatar translation and sign language interpretation. The interpretation is provided by the Inclusively Friendly project.
The discussion will be held in Ukrainian with Crimean Tatar translation and sign language interpretation. The interpretation is provided by the Inclusively Friendly project.
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The armed conflict in Eastern Ukraine and the occupation of Crimea have become a turning point for many Ukrainians. People have lost their loved ones, jobs, homes, and in return they got health problems instead, both physical and mental. Victims of hostilities often have to overcome consequences of wounds, and deal with mental health issues & exacerbated chronic conditions on their own. In all the years of the war, the government has not managed to fully establish mechanisms for helping the victims. What is the problem with the rehabilitation process that is offered? What steps should the government take to improve the situation?

Participants

Maksym Sidenko

participants of the Anti-Terrorist Operation, a person with disabilities of the II group caused by war

Bohdan Moysa

analyst at UHHRU

Anton Korinevych

permanent representative of the President of Ukraine in the Crimean Autonomous Republic

Maria Tsypyashchuk

moderator, human rights advocate

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