The Czech Organization for Aid to Refugees (OPU) in Prague, a non-profit, non-governmental, humanitarian organization set up an emergency hotline for Ukrainian refugees. You can contact us at + 420 228 229 94. We are here for you!
The team of Grand Acting Studio Prague will hold a free film workshop for Ukrainian students from April 16th. The initiative is organized on the premise that while refugees face more pressing material issues upon arrival in the Czech Republic, they also need space for self-expression and personal development in their new surroundings. “We warmly encourage Ukrainian students living in Prague to step forward and contact us for registration. Let’s have a great time with dance, voice and acting classes, and then shoot on film an amazing little story! “Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website of the Ministry of Interior with answers to practical questions when arriving in the Czech Republic. On topics such as: visa, health insurance, school system and regional help and information centers.
The international law firm Taylor Wessing provides useful links as well as legal and practical information for people leaving Ukraine to the Czech Republic, such as: Regional Centres for Help and Assistance, Humanitarian Registration Centre , Health insurance, work permission, employment card, recognising a Ukrainian diploma or professional qualification , education, financial assistance and more.
Arts and Theatre Institute offers artists, cultural managers, experts, technicians and other professionals from Ukraine the opportunity to work in Czech cultural organisations. Please register on our Culturenet website for cultural professionals and post your offer through our registration form (in English).
Documentary Director: Askold KurovGenre: DocumentaryCountry: Czech Republic, Estonia and PolandLanguage: Russian, Ukrainian and EnglishLength: 75 Minutes Also known as: Protses: filʹm pro spravu Sentsova (original title), Процесс: Российское государство против Олега Сенцова (Russian title), Der Prozess: Der russische Staat gegen Oleg Senzov (German title) Availability:vimeo.comARD Mediathek until 12/16/2022 in German see also Oleg Sentsov’s statement on arte The Trial: The State of Russia vs Oleg Sentsov (2017) – Synopsis Oleg Sentsov is a Ukrainian filmmaker, Euromaidan activist and native of Crimea. After the Russian annexation of Crimea, he became an active opponent of the occupation. In May 2014, he was
We help Ukrainians to find jobs fast. We are entrepreneurs, software developers, product managers and marketers (mainly from Berlin, Germany), who think that making this project is the best use of our skills to help people in need. We work with partners, who feel and do the same. We aim to build a service that puts people first. Neither companies, not applicants will ever be charged for our service.
Seeks to provide information to people affected by the crisis in Ukraine and to facilitate access to humanitarian assistance provided by third parties.
Jooble is a site that helps Ukrainian refugees to find a job in the countries where they found shelter.
Here you can find details of free transportation, accommodation as various information and helplines for support across Europe, per country. The website is regularly updated.
PKF hospitality group made a plattform , where you can book hotel rooms all over Europe for a maximum of 5 nights for free. The hotel list includes many luxury hotels. You need a Ukrainian passport or proof of residency or refugee status in Ukraine at check-in. The website is Ukrainian, Russian and English.
Plattform to search for and offer private accommodation in the whole of Europe.
Fiction Director: Peter Kerekes Genre: Drama Country: Slovakia, Czech Republic, Ukraine Language: Russian Length: 93 Minutes Synopsis: Lesya has committed a crime of passion which brings her a seven-year sentence in one of Odessa’s women’s correctional facilities. She has just given birth to her first child, and now she is entering a world populated only by women: inmates, nurses and wardens, women of all ages, wives and widows, daughters, sisters, pregnant women, and women with children. If not for the colour of the uniform, it would sometimes be hard to tell who is who. (Source: Cineuropa) Further Information: imdb.com Wikipedia
Help for Ukrainian film students by the Czech Audiovisual Producers’ Association (Asociace producentů v audiovizi) The Czech Audiovisional Producers’ Association (APA) helps Ukrainian students to get in touch with the Academy of Performing Arts and to connect them with the Czech Film School (FAMU) students. APA provides practical and professional help (e.g. visas, Czech language courses etc.) to all the incoming filmmakers. Contact APA: email@example.com
The Czech Audiovisual Producers’ Association (APA) joins forces with the newly created Creative Shelter Platform initiative which has set up a simple website where it is possible to enter job offers in creative fields into a google sheet. Therefore, if you have the opportunity to offer such positions, please use this form and also the FB of the CreativeShelter group – creative industry jobs for refugees to publish your offer.How does it work?Can’t get any easier. To be as fast and as effective as possible, please:1. Fill out Google sheet for your country with your contact details. 2. Feel free to
A list of helpful links – help Financial support, where to donate cryptocurrency, collection points, accommodation, transport, work & requalification, school and children, psychological help, legal help, help for animals.
List of Ukrainian institutions supporting patients and a list of international hospitals accepting Ukrainian patients (Poland, Czech Republik, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia). Patients who could not evacuate and were left without medication:Hotline of the Ministry of Health: 0 800 60 20 19. The ministry deals with systemic problems, the problems of physical disabilities are transferred to volunteers.
People in Need (PIN) strongly condemn the aggression against Ukraine, which represents the biggest security threat in Europe since the Second World War. Although the ground situation is rapidly evolving, PIN is ready to continue to support the affected population in Ukraine, as well as potential refugees fleeing to neighbouring countries, including the Czech Republic. To support our work and ensure that people affected by the conflict get the help they need, PIN has created Ukraine Emergency Appeal.
The initiative was launched to centralize the Romanian citizens who wanted to contribute, and later it was extended to other states.Call Center | Romanian: 0800 360 880Call Center | Ukrainian: 0800 801 489Email: firstname.lastname@example.org