SEIF is offering assistance in Norway for those displaced in Norway by the war ongoing in Ukraine. Selvhjelp for innvandrere og flyktninger (SEIF) is a voluntary and independent organisation, established in 1986. They provide legal information, help to get in contact with the right public office or organisation and lend practical assistance by filling in forms or editing letters.They also have experience with helping LBTQ+ people in the migration process. Their website is mostly in Norwegian but has a very small section in English, Spanish, Somali and Arabic. You can contact the main office in Oslo mon – thu from
MiRA resource center for immigrant women in Oslo offers support for Ukrainian women and girls displaced in Norway by the war. MiRA is an independent resource center and meeting place for immigrant and refugee women and girls. They offer, among other things, activities, workshops, networking and individual counselling. The resource center is open from Monday to Friday 09.00-16.00.Phone: +47 22 11 69 20E-Mail: email@example.comAdress: Storgata 53a, 0182 Oslo
Jussbuss offers free legal help in Oslo for Ukrainian refugees in Norway. Jussbuss is a free legal aid clinic run by students. They offer independent legal counselling on a broad scale of legal areas, including: immigration, prison and labour law. Jussbuss accepts new cases on at the following time every week: Monday: 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. You can contact them by phone, over their website or meet up at the office: Phone: +47 22 84 29 00 Address: Skippergata 23, 0154 Oslo
Norwegian Organisation for Asylum Seekers – NOAS – offers independent legal counselling for people displaced by the war in Norway. One can contact them on their website or by phone: +4722365660 Monday – Friday from 09:30 to 12:00 and 12:30 to 15:30. They also operate an entire website in Ukrainian with important information for Ukrainian refugees in Norway: https://www.ukrainianrefugees.no/
Norwegian Healthcare Ministry’s page offers relevant information to Ukrainians displaced by the war on topics like: Upon arrival Where to get medical help Paying for healthcare for adults Free healthcare for children under the age of 16 Refugee rights in relation to the health services Healthcare for people with a final rejection of their asylum application
Bergen City Portal for Ukrainians offers detailed information to those displaced by the war. There are details about: Residence and rights of Ukrainians displaced by the war Schooling and education Healthcare services
Oslo City Portal for Ukrainians offers detailed information to those displaced by the war. There are details about: What actions directed towards Ukrainian refugees Oslo municipality is taking Settlement of refugees Protection and healthcare Schooling and education Vital information in case of an emergency
The Network of Young European Research Universities (YERUN) offers an overview of how Universities in Europe support ukrainian students and researcher.
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.
Here you will find all information about help, protection and residence in Norway for people affected by the situation in Ukraine and many information for people who want to help the refugees.