Displaced persons from Ukraine
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The aim of this dashboard is to centralise the statistical data concerning the temporary protection1 of displaced persons from Ukraine and to make it available in a dynamic way. The dashboard is a voluntary cooperation between the National Crisis Centre (NCCN), the Immigration Office (IO hereafter), Fedasil, the National Register and Statbel.
The dashboard currently reports on two data flows:
- data on temporary protection from the Immigration Office;
- data concerning persons with reception needs from Fedasil.
These reports are presented separately below but, where relevant and possible, information is provided in an integrated manner.
Other data sources are currently under examination and will be added to this Dashboard as soon as possible.
Overview temporary protection
Profile of the displaced persons
Overview of the registration centre
Overview of the reception needs
Receiving displaced persons in crisis accommodation, per date
Profile of displaced persons in crisis accommodation
1 Temporary protection is defined in Article 2(a) of Directive 2001/55/EC. This Directive provides minimum standards for giving temporary protection in the event of a mass influx of displaced persons and measures promoting a balance of efforts between Member States for the reception and bearing the consequences of the reception of these persons.
In a decision of the Council of the European Union of 4 March 2022, the Council established the existence of a mass influx of displaced persons who have had to leave Ukraine as a consequence of an armed conflict
Ukrainian displaced persons who arrived in Belgium can register in Belgium in order to obtain temporary protection.