The article presents two lines of support 'euro-orphans' in Ukraine. The first is the direct work with parents planning to travel abroad for an indefinite period. These activities take place at the church, associations, a wide information campaign among the public, especially parents to raise awareness towards the need to provide legal protection to their own children before leaving the country. This guardianship refers to the possibility of using health care, legal, social welfare, etc. Second action is directed toward the authorities who prepare projects aimed at reducing the scale of parents earning migration.
Lviv State University Of Internal Affairs, Ukraine
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