The Network of Young European Research Universities (YERUN) offers an overview of how Universities in Europe support ukrainian students and researcher.
RefugeeHelp is the online starting point for Ukrainian refugees in the Netherlands and everyone who wants to help. The dynamic platform offers relevant information and bundles initiatives from the government, NGOs, companies, and individuals. On RefugeeHelp, the needs of refugees are leading, while bringing together demand and supply and guiding everyone who wants to help. RefugeeHelp is a starting point of a movement for and by refugees.
The Dutch Council for Refugees is an independent, non-governmental organization with a widespread network throughout the country. They offer support to refugees throughout all stages of the asylum application to becoming residents. On their Website you will find relevant information about shelter, registration process, medical insurance and more.
The City of Amsterdam has established an Arrival Centre where refugees from Ukraine can register at Amsterdam RAI (Europaplein 24). City staff will help with arranging accommodation, healthcare and social services as required.
Ukrainians in the Netherlands Foundation (Stichting Oekraïners in Nederland) is a non-profit platform to support the needs of the Dutch Ukrainian diaspora. The Foundation supports cultural exchange between the Netherlands and Ukraine, organize film screenings, exhibitions, concerts, seminars, festivals, art events, literary evenings and creative masterclasses. We also organize Ukrainian Culture Days at schools and universities.
Helpful information about staying in the Netherlands as a Ukrainian: The IND’s website provides information for your residence and applications. And how the IND is flexible with residence permits for Ukrainians. They update the website immediately after there is news.
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.
Access to Territory, Asylum Procedures and Reception Conditions for Ukrainian Nationals in European Countries. The European Council on Refugees and Exiles, ECRE, an alliance of 105 NGOs across 39 European countries has compiled a non-exhaustive document of measures taken by European countries to address the arrival of Ukrainian nationals on their territory following the invasion in Ukraine. The information sheet is not intended to be an exhaustive or definitive compilation of developments. If you have additional information, or spot outdated/inaccurate information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This website lists households in the Netherlands that are prepared to receive people in a warm and homely environment in a private sphere. If you have a room available and you would like to temporarily receive and care for refugees from Ukraine at home, please register now.
OpenEmbassy is building a network of people who are fleeing because of the war in Ukraine and people in the Netherlands who can be of assistance. They also help with migrant visas (EU Blue Card).
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