Asylum in case of desertion and conscientious objection - legal information 

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Trial of a Draft Dodger: The “Lida Precedent”

(17.07.2023) On July 6, 2023, in Lida (Grodno region), a 28-year-old man was sentenced to one and a half years of imprisonment for draft evasion. This may seem to be nonsense because in Belarus, individuals can only be called for compulsory military service until the age of 27.

Русскоязычный телеграм-канал об отказе от военной службы по соображениям совести и возможностях получения убежища

(10.07.2023) С июля 2023 года Connection e.V. ведет русскоязычный телеграм-канал на тему отказа от военной службы по соображениям совести и о способах получить убежище:

Russian language Telegram Channel on Conscientious Objection and Asylum

(10.07.2023) Since July 2023, Connection e.V. has been running a Russian-language Telegram channel on the topic of conscientious objection and asylum:

Germany: Federal Office for Migration rejects asylum for Russian refusers

Russia, Belarus, Ukraine: What about the protection of refusers?

(17.02.2023) In autumn 2022, many German politicians agreed that Russian deserters, draft evaders and conscientious objectors should be protected. But the German Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) is creating other facts. PRO ASYL and Connection e.V. demand clear improvements for conscientious objectors from all sides who do not want to fight in this war.