“Ukrainian Filmmakers in Greece“ The ‘’Ukrainian Filmmakers in Greece’’ project aims to create a community for the film industry professionals, to help and support Ukrainian filmmakers who are currently in Greece. The team behind this project, works with the support of the Embassy of Ukraine in Greece and also in collaboration with Filmmakers-for-Ukraine, powered by Crew United. ‘’Ukrainian Filmmakers in Greece’’ invite film professionals to fill out their form in order to be able to gather information about the Ukrainian filmmakers who try to find work and network in Greece. Find out more HERE “Ukrainian House” ‘’Ukrainian Filmmakers in Greece’’
On February 26, 2022, Michael Maier flew from Germany to the Romanian – Ukrainian border. Since then, he has helped over 1,000 Ukrainians with accommodation, medicine, food, clothes and transport from Ukraine to Romania, Republic of Moldova and Germany. Michael has also helped orphans. In addition to all the big donations for the orphans, he helped transport orphan children to safe areas. One of Michael’s story is that he helped 24 children and a driver who had left Ukraine to arrive safely in another country. They went from Kyiv to Republic of Moldova and from there to Romania, where they
Every day, convoys of 10 to 25 vehicles travel to several locations on the Ukrainian border to bring people in need of protection to pre-selected host families in a single trip without detours. The main focus is on women, children and seniors traveling alone. On this way also medicines, foodstuffs as well as specifically requested relief supplies are brought to the borders. Drivers are always needed, as well as host families who can offer refugees a place to stay.
“Teleşcoala” is a program that is on TVR 2 (The Romanian Television) witch helps schoolchildren and high school students with information related to school subjects. The program starting on May 6 will include a new topic specially created for Ukrainian children: “Romanian language for Ukrainians” starting with level A1. The courses are, of course, also valid for adults. From May 6 every Friday – 09:00 AND 09:30In replay: 15:00 AND 15:30 “Teleşcoala” courses can be watched on TVR 2 but also online, live or recorded on the following channels: TVR + TVR’s YouTube channel “Teleşcoala” facebook page tvr.ro/telescoala
The Government of the Principality of Liechtenstein makes financial contributions to proven partner organizations that have the necessary structures and experience to provide assistance on the ground in a needs-based, broadly effective and non-discriminatory manner.
In response to the war in Ukraine, the Fondation de Luxembourg has launched an emergency aid initiative for victims. The Ukraine Solidarity Foundation was created to direct urgent humanitarian aid to victims of the ongoing violence in Ukraine. Actions supported will be centered on providing aid to victims in Ukraine and neighboring areas, as well as initiatives for welcoming refugees in Luxembourg.
“Medicover” is a healthcare company with a network of 37 clinics in Romania. It provides free medical care to children and pregnant women from Ukraine. You need: Ukrainian passport, identity card or birth certificate. Contact:– +40 219896– +4021 796 7391 (one operator who speaks Ukrainian and five that speaks English)
According to the Ministry of Education from the Republic of Bulgaria, refugee children from Ukraine can enrol in school or kindergarten. The information below on the procedure for admission and education of children in kindergartens and schools.
“Education without backpacks” from Bulgaria helps Ukrainian pupils and students with free information and free educational resources. You can find information about: Libraries in Bulgaria with books and publications in Ukrainian and Russian Online learning platforms for Ukrainian students recommended by the Ukrainian Ministry of Education Online training in Ukrainian for students from 5th to 9th grade Resources in Ukrainian, Russian, Bulgarian and English.
Just six weeks since the war began, a group of displaced Ukrainian educators, along with Georgia’s Ministry of Education, has launched a Ukrainian-language school, hosted by Public School 41 in central Tbilisi. It will teach the standard Ukrainian school curriculum in the Ukrainian language to kids across all grades.
“Dopomoga Ukraini – უკრაინისთვის” is an open platform created to support Ukraine and the people of Ukraine.
The platform aims to consolidate all necessary information that will assist Ukrainian citizens to feel secure and be fully informed about supporting actions, charity initiatives, and public services in this difficult time. The platform is open for any organization and individual willing to engage in helping the people of Ukraine. The platform is created by the volunteer group and does not represent any organization or project.
In order to facilitate their integration in schools, Ukrainian school-age refugees are offered additional classes to learn the Croatian language. The “Expat in Croatia” platform collects useful information about your child’s registration, special needs services and the education system in Croatia.
Likari platform is an online service that gives people a possibility to get a consultation from qualified medical professionals, no matter where in the world a doctor and a patient are at that moment. It works as a mediator between a patient and a licensed doctor. All the doctors offering consultations on the platform are doing it for free in their free time, regardless of whether they represent public or private medical institutions.Before starting work on the platform, all doctors are checked for the availability and validity of licenses, diplomas, certificates. The service is not limited geographically and is available
SolidarityNow has compiled a useful Q&A list which provides extremely valuable answers to the most frequent questions by Ukrainians coming to Greece. Answers include ways of entering Greece, opening a bank account in Greece, registering at the tax authorities, access to public health care, enrolling children at school and many more. Plus, the services provided by Solidarity Now free of charge (Social Services, Psychological Support Services, Legal Services, Employability Services, Accounting and tax for Individuals).
SolidarityNow, a non-governmental organization seeking to restore the vision of a strong Europe based on solidarity and open society values, stands by the Ukrainian Refugees. The organization is collaborating with the Ukrainian Community in Athens, the Consulate of Ukraine in Thessaloniki as well as the Ministry of Migration and Asylum and other stakeholders and participates in the coordinated efforts to support people in need. SolidarityNow is already assisted by a significant number of volunteers. Contact details: Athens Solidarity Center (ASC) 2 Domokou Str. (opposite Athens Railway Station, 2nd floor), Athens Monday-Friday 9:00-19:00 Tel.: +30 210 8220883, Fax: +30 210 8250986 Email: email@example.com
Parents can use this website to type in their postcode (or the postcode where they plan to reside once they are in the UK) and find out which local authority (which local council) they should apply to. From 4 years old, children can start at reception. Reception class is the first year at primary school, but unlike every other school year, it is not compulsory for the child to attend, but it is a good way to introduce the child to prepare for life at school. If the child is four years old before September, parents can apply for a
Here is a guide for age/years for nursery/school – https://www.roostermarketing.com/uk-school-years/To check a catchment area for the school use this website – https://www.locrating.com/For the nursery (kindergarten), parents can write directly to a number of nurseries in their catchment area to request a place.In the UK, one can have 15 hours of nursery time a week for free. It may be possible to increase the hours but parents would need to speak to the nursery.
The Pompidou Group, together with leading European psycho-trauma experts, has developed recommendations on how people can better interact and communicate with persons who have experienced a crisis or difficult life event. The recommendations were developed at the request of the Ukrainian Ministry of Interior and in light of the traumatic situations experienced by the Ukrainian population due to the ongoing Russian hostilities in Ukraine. Being the continent’s leading human rights organisation, the Council of Europe regards the protection of civilians of utmost importance. Traumatic experiences can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Epidemiological studies show that people with trauma and