Stand for Justice. Stand with Us.
Non-Ukrainian, Still Human
We are a diverse group of non-Ukrainian nationals who sought refuge in the Netherlands during the Russian invasion in Ukraine. Our temporary protection is under threat.
Outgoing State Secretary Eric van der Burg (Justice and Security) wanted to end our protection on September 4, 2023, which means that our temporary protection would be unjustly revoked.
On Friday, September 2, 2023, the decision to terminate our temporary protection was frozen or suspended until the final ruling has been made by the Supreme Court in November.
The rules in the EU Temporary Protection Directive 2001/55/EC are very clear. So, we hope to see the Supreme Court adhering to those rules to pass a fair humane judgement.
All War Victims
Our Lives Matter
We believe that all humans deserve respect and empathy, regardless of their background or nationality.
Our mission is to advocate for those values, to stand up against discrimination, and to create a world where compassion and fairness prevail.
The Fight for Fair Treatment
From War to Hope
Our lives were uprooted by conflict, but we found temporary refuge in the Netherlands. Here we’ve built connections, shared experiences, and started healing. Our story is one of resilience, hope, and a shared fight for justice.
On September 4, 2023, our temporary protection will be unjustly revoked. This decision targets us, non-Ukrainian nationals, overlooking our shared experiences as victims of war. We’re committed to challenging this act and fighting for a just solution.
We Demand Equal Protection
Stand Against Dehumanization
We are kind, happy and loving people regardless of our backgrounds. We demonstrate or protest to be seen, to be heard, and to be recognized as equal. We protest because our rights are at stake, our humanity is being questioned, and our call for empathy must not be ignored.
Join us in our peaceful demonstration for justice and equality.