App: Eyewitness to Atrocities

In Ukraine, citizens, journalists and representatives of non-governmental organizations can upload images and videos to the Eyewitness to Atrocities app. First, the eyeWitness to Atrocities mobile camera app allows documenters on the ground to capture photos and video that are embedded with metadata at the moment the footage was captured. This information helps to verify where and when the footage was taken and whether or not it was altered. Second, when an app user sends footage to the eyeWitness server, eyeWitness creates a record of who has had access to the information captured, or a trusted chain of custody. LexisNexis

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Likari platform: free access to doctors for Ukrainian population

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

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Q&A Guide for Ukrainian refugees in Greece by SolidarityNow

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).

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SolidarityNow in Greece stands by the Ukrainian Refugees

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:

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Support for Ukrainian Media Professionals – LinkedIn Group

This LinkedIn group was created with the backing of broadcast vendors and integrators. The members of the group post job openings and offers, as well as information about local help/shelters/transport – and any such that you believe could help our Ukrainian colleagues. Of course, if there is any useful information on necessities the group could provide for our Broadcasters colleagues currently remaining in Ukraine, this will be welcomed too! Read more about the initiative.

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Nordic Ukraine Forum

Nordic Ukraine Forum is a non-profit non-governmental organization registered in Sweden. We are a Ukraine-Nordics initiative launched to build bridges between Sweden and Ukraine, as well as facilitate the spread of knowledge and insights. We help to spread the knowledge about Ukraine and the situation therein in Sweden, as well as share best practices of Sweden with Ukrainian civil society actors.

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Mira Film, Switzerland

The independent film production company Mira Film based in Zurich and Basel, Switzerland, offers help for Ukrainian filmmakers, creatives and journalists. They can help to find picture or sound editing opportunities in Switzerland, assist in finding facilities, and try to provide or arrange other types of production support, upload platforms for film material from Ukraine as logistical support.

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Fellowships to Support Ukrainian Scholars, Artists and Intellectuals from Institut für die Wissenschaft vom Menschen Vienna

Recognizing the need for urgent support of Ukraine’s intellectual community, the Institute for Human Sciences (IWM, Vienna) and the Ukrainian Research Institute at Harvard University (HURI) are partnering to offer non-residential fellowships for Ukrainian scholars, cultural figures, and public intellectuals. These fellowships provide a one-time stipend of 5000 EUR to support recipients’ intellectual activities. Preference will be given to applicants who intend to or must remain in Ukraine for legal, professional, or personal reasons. The IWM is also offering non-residential fellowships for Ukrainian scholars, journalists, cultural figures, and public intellectuals who are documenting the war and its consequences.

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Fund for Ukrainian Media

“Gazeta Wyborcza” Foundation has joined the group of organizations supporting Ukraine. Together with its partners it has established a Fund for Ukrainian Media and is conducting a special collection for this purpose. The Fund was joined by media and journalism organizations from Europe: Bonnier News , Swedish Media Publishers’ Association and T4 TV from Sweden, Danish Newspapers Association from Denmark, Finnish Media Federation, News Media Finland, Sanoma Media Finland, A-lehdet Oy and HSS Media from Finland and Norwegian Media Businesses’ Association from Norway and Leading European Newspapers Alliance. The Fund was also supported by private donors. The funds raised will

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Keep the Kyiv Independent going

The Kyiv Independent is Ukraine’s English-language media outlet, created by journalists who were fired from the Kyiv Post for defending editorial independence.The Kyiv Post, Ukraine’s global voice, went silent on Nov. 8, 2021, days after celebrating the 26th year of its uninterrupted run.The publication was shut down by the owner in his attempt to take full control of the newsroom that has always followed the principle of editorial independence.Yet, the editorial team of the independent Kyiv Post refused to be silenced. If we couldn’t save the Kyiv Post brand, we could save its values.Ukraine is facing an unprecedented attack. The




Help Ukrainian MEDIA keep going!

This fundraiser is aimed at helping media relocate, set up back offices and continue their operations from neighbouring countries. This campaign is run by a consortium of The Fix, Are We Europe, Jnomicsand Media Development Foundation, as well as multiple media partners from across Europe. We are working with a growing list of Ukrainian media, including Ukrainska Pravda, Zaborona, Detector Media and others. Support is allocated based on the urgency of needs in the first place, then distributed proportionally.