Göteborg Film Festival provides facilities for the artists and filmmakers to continue their important creative work and cultural expression. The three Residencies consist of: – Three months of stay in Göteborg: Apartment (with room for family members if needed) and per diem (SEK 10 000/month)– Travel costs to and from Göteborg– Workspace at the offices of Göteborg Film Festival– Introduction to different industry networks in the region. The residencies are open from June to August, 2022, although the dates can be adjusted if needed. The call is open to feature fiction or feature documentary projects, at any stage of production, made
“Rosa Stationen” is a meeting place for Swedish residents and newcomers, run by Refugees Welcome Stockholm together with Birkagården. Participants are offered a number of activities including Swedish language classes a language café legal advice community information activities for the disabled cultural activities games and babysitting. Mail: email@example.comAdress: Telefonplan 3, 126 37 Hägersten
“Rosenjuristerna” is a group of lawyers and law students working together giving free legal counseling to undocumented immigrants. “Rosenjuristerna” is a non-governmental, no profit organization organized by volunteers.The counseling is given every second Wednesday, 18:00–20:00, in Gothenburg.To book an appointment for legal advice, you can send an e-mail or contact them over their website.Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The No One is Illegal Network (Ingen människa är illegal in Swedish) works to provide practical support to people who are forced to live undocumented after having had their applications for asylum refused.The No One is Illegal Network consists of local groups. The local groups are autonomous and activities may differ a bit but are all related to working practically and politically for the rights of undocumented migrants. There are local groups in Stockholm, Göteborg, Malmö and others places in Sweden. You can contact them all on their shared website.
Emergency support for LGBTQI+ Ukrainians gathers information about the situation in Ukraine and what applies to people who are coming to Sweden.The page is constantly updated.Emergency support for LGBTQI+ Ukrainians is an initiative and collaboration between: RFSL, the Swedish Federation for LGBTQI rights and RFSL Ungdom, the Swedish Youth Federation for LGBTQI Rights, through their national network of Newcomers and Newcomers youth to support and coordinate people arriving in Sweden from Ukraine.
FARR (Flyktinggruppernas Riksråd) is an independent umbrella organization for individuals and groups working to strengthen the right to asylum in Sweden.Their website has general information on migration law and asylum procedures in Swedish as well as a dedicated section for people fleeing from Ukraine in English, Ukrainian, and Russian.They publish a very comprehensive guide for asylum seekers in Sweden called „Goda Råd“.You can get it as a PDF in various languages here.They also operate a counseling hotline for refugees: +46 8-710 02 45
The Swedish Refugee Law Center offers legal counseling and help in the asylum process for migrants and refugees in Sweden.You can contact them by e-mail or by phone:Tuesday and Thursday, 09:00 – 11:00.Their website has a dedicated section on legal issues refugees from Ukraine may face being in or trying to get into Sweden.Phone: +46 200-88 00 66Mail: email@example.com
At the health assistance unit in Stockholm nurses work to provide care and support for you who have no documents and need medical care.You can call the help telephone if you have any questions, for example, the right to medical care and what is applicable.Phone: +46 20-211000Monday –Thursday 09:30-11:30Visit: Swedish Red Cross, Hornsgatan 54, 118 91 StockholmMonday – Friday 9:00-16:00Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Krisinformation.se is the Swedish authorities joint website for information concerning various crisis, among others the war in Ukraine.It features a dedicated section with information directed at people fleeing from the Ukraine to Sweden.
Official information for Ukrainian refugees and Swedish citizens in Malmö.Information and links about the world around us, where you be able to help as a volunteer and to get support in dealing with stress and anxiety.
Accommodation for BIPOC and LGBTQ+ refugees coming from Ukraine is available in Poland and . The charity is a private initiative by Amanda Waliszewska, who is a 31yo polish activist living in Stockholm, Sweden.
Nordic Ukraine Forum is a non-profit non-governmental organization registered in Sweden. We are a Ukraine-Nordics initiative launched to build bridges between Sweden and Ukraine, as well as facilitate the spread of knowledge and insights. We help to spread the knowledge about Ukraine and the situation therein in Sweden, as well as share best practices of Sweden with Ukrainian civil society actors.
Emergency residencies for literary professionals, writers and literary translators from Ukraine.The residency period can be 1-3 months Your application will be processed immediately
Seeks to provide information to people affected by the crisis in Ukraine and to facilitate access to humanitarian assistance provided by third parties.
Ukrainian refugees in Sweden- Accommodation, Help & Shelter is a facebook group created to help all Ukrainians, seeking help, shelter and accommodation in Sweden. The group is intended to offer help for those in need. Those who can provide a place/couch, which can serve as a shelter, are welcome to extend their hospitality and offer it in this group. Everyone else who owns a car and can transport people or who can help out in any other way is welcome in the group.
Here you will find all information about help, protection and residence in Sweden for people affected by the situation in Ukraine and many information for people who want to help the refugees.
Our hearts break for Ukraine & the suffering they’ve been forced to endure, living through the chaos of war. With the world as it is these days – scary, uncertain, volatile – maintaining any sense of normality is almost impossible. That’s why we want to offer Ukrainians who are looking for work the chance to have their application fast-tracked through Nordic Entertainment Group. We’re not trying to fill any specific roles. We simply want to open up the process whether you have a background in writing or coding; datasets or design; sports or movies… Instead of searching for vacancies through our