The Finnish Refugee Advice Centre is a non-governmental organisation founded in 1988 by other Aalto University offers scholars fleeing from Ukraine a possibility to continue their academic work at Aalto University during the war in Ukraine.Aalto accepts applications for temporary visiting scholar positions in Aalto’s research fields (ca 20 positions) from researchers working in Ukraine based universities whose work has been interrupted by the war, and who are fleeing from Ukraine.Aalto University also offers study rights without fees and with scholarships to Ukraine’s university students – applications are now closed but may be reopened in May.
ThFree Movement hosts „Coffee Without Borders“, an open, free-of-charge café in Helsinki and Tampere. You are welcome regardless of what it says on your passport or whether you have one at all.Free Movement offers counselling to migrants and their supporters. Counselling is offered by activists who are familiar with the migration administrative process.CWB & Counselling of Free Movement in Heslsinki are open every Wednesday from 5 to 8 at Lymy (Pengerkatu 6, 00530 Helsinki). For councelling please book a time slot through email (firstname.lastname@example.org) if possible.CWB in Tampere is arranged unregularly. For information on when the café is organised please
The Finnish Refugee Advice Centre is a non-governmental organisation founded in 1988 by other Finnish NGOs. The Refugee Advice Centre provides legal aid and advice to asylum seekers, refugees and other foreigners in Finland.If you have any questions about international protection, residence permits, family reunification or other issues concerning foreign nationals, you may contact their legal advice (free of charge):By phone on weekdays from 10 am to 12 am: +358 9 2313 9325By email: email@example.comIf you need legal advice on issues related to undocumented migrants in Finland, you may contact their specialized lawyers (free of charge):By phone on Mondays from