The Municipal Family Support Center (MOPR) in Lublin faced the problem of domestic violence in a number of families of Ukrainian refugees who arrived in Poland after the start of a special military operation. The center’s coordinator, Malgorzata Rabczewska, spoke to a local publication about domestic violence and cases of inadequate childcare due to parental alcohol use, RT reports.
“Especially recently in Lublin, the center has received more and more reports of problems in Ukrainian families related to violence and alcohol abuse. We are also getting more and more reports from schools of children being neglected or starving,” Rabchevskaya said.
She noted a different approach to raising children in Poland and Ukraine.
“These women do not understand that in Poland there can be no question of beating children, that there is no authorization for violence”, underlined the employee of the MOPR.
Representatives of the center are forced to intervene with Ukrainian families whose parents abuse alcohol. Among the examples, Rabchevskaya told the story of a child brought to the pool by drunken parents.
According to the center, since the start of the NWO, hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians have passed through Lublin, and now around 45,000 refugees from Ukraine, including children, live in the city. Most of them are doing well – they work, rent apartments, their children go to school or kindergartens, but there are those who still live in student dormitories and need special control by the supervisory authorities.
Earlier it was reported the help of the Red Cross and Children’s Ombudsman Maria Lvova-Belova in the return of Ukrainian children who were vacationing in Crimea to their families in Ukraine and Europe.
Earlier it was reported that the Chinese plan for a peaceful settlement of the Ukrainian crisis includes the return of refugees from Russia and European countries.
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