Danish Support Ukraine association helps people displaced by ongoing war in Ukraine. Support Ukraine is an association of several NGOs helping Ukrainian migrants, who are on their way to Denmark, or have arrived in Denmark. Support Ukraine offers: shelter humanitarian aid, transportation from and to border, food medical help, etc. They have a hands-on-approach. To get their help migrants should call: +45 71 82 00 39 Others please call: +45 55 27 01 92 Lines are open Monday – Sunday from 08:00 to 20:00
Aid Ukraine Denmark helps people displaced by ongoing war in Ukraine. Aid Ukraine Denmark is an NGO and a network of volunteers that helps Ukrainian refugees, who are on their way to Denmark, or have arrived in Denmark. The NGO: offers safe bus transportation from the Ukrainian border to Denmark centralises accommodation offers from private and public providers provides immediate health care assistance and guidance matches Danish job offering companies with Ukrainian refugees If you need help or want to offer help, you can drop an e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Weekend Trampoline House is a volunteer-run community center that Fridays and Sundays offers counseling, activities, and community to asylum seekers, rejected asylum seekers, and refugees with residence permits in the Apostle Church’s parish house in Copenhagen. Weekend Trampoline House is open Fridays from 2–8 pm and Sundays from 2–8 pm and offers legal counseling, language classes, workshops, women’s and children’s club, house meetings, café, and community dinners.
The DRC Asylum Department offers counselling to asylum seekers, refugees and migrants in Denmark as well as volunteers and case workers, who work with asylum and repatriation. The Asylum Department provides counselling throughout the Danish asylum procedure, the possibilities for rejected asylum seekers and the possibilities for returning home voluntarily (repatriation). Contact DRC Danish Refugee Council’s Asylum Department on tel. +45 3373 5000 or email: email@example.com
LGBT Asylum is a group of LGBT+ people – asylum seekers, refugees, Danish citizens and persons residing in Denmark. LGBT Asylum works for the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons in the Danish asylum system and for the rights of LGBT+ refugees in Denmark. LGBT Asylum offers counselling and support to LGBT+ persons who apply for asylum or have a permit to stay as refugees in Denmark. You can reach them over their website or by phone from Monday to Thursday: 10 am to 2 pm. Phone: +45 71 52 33 97
JobguideUkraine.dk is a product of the “Ukrainian Employment Partnership”. The partnership is a collaboration between the Danish Government and Danish employers, trade unions, municipalities and regions. The purpose of jobguideUkraine.dk is to give displaced persons from Ukraine a consolidated source of information about applying for a job in Denmark. At the same time, jobguideUkraine.dk is also intended to help Danish employers ensure their job advertisements also reach displaced persons from Ukraine. This site includes links to privately run job sites.
Kriseinformation.dk is the Danish authorities’ joint website for information, questions/answers, etc. on the situation after the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The purpose of the website is to provide citizens and companies with access to current information on consequences and Danish initiatives as a result of the war. The site is run by the National Communication Center in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in collaboration with the Danish authorities. The site has a dedicated section for Ukrainian refugees.
Documentary Director: Enrico Parenti, Luca Gennari Genre: war Country: Ukraine Language: Russian, Ukrainian Length: 64 Minutes Novorossiya – Synopsis Brand new film from the Ukrainian eastern fronts of Donetsk and Luhansk where the Russian army and pro-Russian separatists had been waging a war against Ukraine even before Putin’s full-scale invasion in 2022. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine did not start last month, but in 2014 with the annexation of Crimea and the following warfare in the two Eastern Ukrainian regions Donetsk and Luhansk where pro-Russian separatists proclaimed their territory a brand new state: Novorossiya, or New Russia. No one but Russia
Jooble is a site that helps Ukrainian refugees to find a job in the countries where they found shelter.
Facebook Group “Bevar Ukraine”, a very active group from Denmark with more than 24.000 members. Ukrainians can directly contact via Facebook. Bevar Ukraine: The purpose of the Association is to help the people of Ukraine, including providing assistance to Ukrainian citizens affected by armed conflicts, citizens who are internally displaced, treatment and care of the wounded in hospitals.
Documentary Director: Simon Lereng Wilmont Country: Ukraine, Denmark Language: Ukrainian, Russian Length: 91 Minutes Also known as: Olegs krig (Original Danish title); Oleg, eine Kindheit im Krieg (Germany) Synopsis: THE DISTANT BARKING OF DOGS unveils the consequences of war bearing down on the children in Eastern Ukraine, and by natural extension, the scars and self- taught life lessons this generation will carry with them into the future. (Source: Production Company – Final Cut For Real) Available on different platforms. In Germany the film is available for free on Arte (OmdtU) Further Information: The Distant Barking of Dogs at IMDB The
Original title: Olegs krig. Director: Simon Lereng Wilmont. Writer: Simon Lereng Wilmont. Producer: Monica Hellström. Starring: Oleg Afanasyev. Genre: Feature-length documentary. Country: Denmark. Language: Ukrainian/Russian, English subtitles. Length: 90 min
Ten-year-old Oleg lives in the eastern part of Ukraine — a war zone that often echoes with anti-aircraft fire and missile strikes. Sometimes these sounds are in the distance, while other times they’re frighteningly close. While many have already left this dangerous area, Oleg remains with his grandmother, who has taken care of him since the death of his mother. They have nowhere else to go. While waiting for the war to end, Oleg enjoys hanging out with his younger cousin Yarikand the older boy Kostia. Together they go on adventures, talk about what makes a real man, and test