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On the Situation of Residents of Chechnya
in the Russian Federation July 2005 July 2006


Based on the materials gathered by the Migration Rights Network, Memorial Human Rights Center,
Civic Assistance Committee, Internet Publication Caucasian Knot, SOVA Information and Analysis Center, and others

13.09.2006
(): Gannushkina Svetlana (Head of the Migration and Law Network, Chairperson of Civic Assistance Committee, Member of the board of the Memorial Human Rights Center)

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MEMORIAL Human Rights Center Migration Rights Network

Edited
by Svetlana A. Gannushkina


On the Situation of Residents of Chechnya
in the Russian Federation
July 2005 July 2006

Moscow 2006

The project is funded by the European Commission
Based on the materials gathered by the Migration Rights Network,
Memorial Human Rights Center, Civic Assistance Committee,
Internet Publication Caucasian Knot, SOVA Information and Analysis Center, and others

The Migration Rights Network of Memorial Human Rights Center has 56 offices providing free legal assistance to forced migrants, including five offices located in Chechnya and Ingushetia (http://www.refugee.memo.ru)
In Moscow lawyers from the Migration Rights Network use the charitable Civic Assistance Committee for Refugee Aid as their base (www.refugee.ru).+CONTENTS
+List of Abbreviations
+I. Introduction
+II. Living Conditions and the Security Situation of Internally Displaced Persons and Residents of the Chechen Republic
+III. The Situation of People from Chechnya in the Republic of Ingushetia
+IV. The Situation of People from Chechnya in Russias Regions
+V. Abductions of Civilians in the Military Conflict Zone in the North Caucasus
+VI. Conclusion
+APPENDICES