Poland Protection Monitoring Brief #2 (August to November 2022)
Informes / Actualizaciones de Situación
As a consequence of mass displacement from Ukraine, Poland has swiftly transformed from a country hosting a relatively small number of asylum seekers and refugees into one of the main refugee-hosting countries in Europe. By the end of 2022, more than 1.5 million refugees from Ukraine had registered for Temporary Protection and some 960.000 retained active status, as others were believed to have left the country for more than 30 days. UNHCR and its partners continue monitoring the implementation of temporary protection with the view to engage constructively with all actors, facilitate and promote meaningful access to rights and services for all refugees from Ukraine.
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