German production is looking for an assistant editor for the documentary film about Ukraine from the time of the Maidan to the present day. The film is directed by Kristof Gerega and supported by ZDF. The documentary follows journalists who become politicians and continue their careers in public activism and politics – Svitlana Zalischuk, Mustafa Nayem and Serhiy Leshchenko. The main tasks of the assistant, for now, are to translate the text from Ukrainian into English and create subtitles inside Premiere Pro (there is a new convenient feature), and work with the archives of the Verkhovna Rada. The director and
Information on legal and administrative questions for artists and creatives in Germany who work abroad for a limited time and for foreign artists and creatives who work in Germany temporarily. The information portal for artists and creatives working internationally Artistic creation often goes hand in hand with cross-border work. This results in various practical issues and, under certain circumstances, even organizational difficulties for artists, creatives and persons engaged in the cultural sector, e.g., concerning social security, taxes, or insurance issues, which pertain both to work stays and collaborations within the EU and projects beyond EU borders.www.touring-artists.info provides answers to questions regarding international mobility for
Every day, convoys of 10 to 25 vehicles travel to several locations on the Ukrainian border to bring people in need of protection to pre-selected host families in a single trip without detours. The main focus is on women, children and seniors traveling alone. On this way also medicines, foodstuffs as well as specifically requested relief supplies are brought to the borders. Drivers are always needed, as well as host families who can offer refugees a place to stay.
This website, also available in Ukrainian, aims to help new students from Ukraine and their families to learn about the Spanish educational system and the process of incorporation into our country’s schools. It also aims to serve as a link between the educational material prepared by the different autonomous communities for students and teachers and that of Ukraine itself, including communication and social-emotional care resources that benefit the welfare of displaced people.
ZAV offers support for performing artists that have been displaced by the war in Ukraine. The ZAV artist mediation offers basic general support services, infos on residence/work permits requirements and professional advice to any performing artists who had to flee Ukraine.
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
The federal point of contact mediates and coordinates supply and demand for newly arriving refugees from the Ukraine with disabilities and/or care needs. The aim of the “Bundeskontaktstelle” is to create transparency about the needs of refugees from Ukraine with disabilities and/or care needs, e.g. by collecting specific information around care needs and/or degrees of disability from the evacuating organizations before they arrive in Germany. Furthermore, it supports the 16 state coordination points in finding appropriate accommodation by forwarding the needs identified in advance to the states at an early stage.
“Teleşcoala” is a program that is on TVR 2 (The Romanian Television) witch helps schoolchildren and high school students with information related to school subjects. The program starting on May 6 will include a new topic specially created for Ukrainian children: “Romanian language for Ukrainians” starting with level A1. The courses are, of course, also valid for adults. From May 6 every Friday – 09:00 AND 09:30In replay: 15:00 AND 15:30 “Teleşcoala” courses can be watched on TVR 2 but also online, live or recorded on the following channels: TVR + TVR’s YouTube channel “Teleşcoala” facebook page tvr.ro/telescoala
On 10-11 and 14 May, Lithuania will host Ukrainian Film Days, during which the audience will be presented some of the most interesting works by Ukrainian filmmakers of recent years, telling about humanity, complex feelings, experiences in the face of war, and hope. Ukrainian Film Days are organized by the Lithuanian Film Centre, in support of the initiative of the Ukraine relief fund CinemaAid to hold marathons of films by Ukrainian filmmakers around the world.
On April 21, 2022, the United States announced a key step toward fulfilling President Biden’s commitment to welcome Ukrainians fleeing Russia’s invasion. Uniting for Ukraine provides a pathway for Ukrainian citizens and their immediate family members who are outside the United States to come to the United States and stay temporarily in a two-year period of parole. Ukrainians participating in Uniting for Ukraine must have a supporter in the United States who agrees to provide them with financial support for the duration of their stay in the United States. The first step in the Uniting for Ukraine process is for
Car available for transportation offer made by Chris Chadwick. Chris is a filmmaker based in Liverpool, England. He as a long wheel based high roof top Fiat Ducato that has been converted into a camper van but still has capacity for cargo. The car can be used for getting cargo in Ukraine and getting people out. Those interested please contact Chris Chadwick: e-mail: email@example.com mobile: +44 7590-10 66 05
The Lithuanian Film Center under the Ministry of Culture announces the acceptance of applications for grants from Ukrainian citizens, film culture or art creators. Adult citizens of Ukraine, film culture or art creators, who have been granted temporary protection in the Republic of Lithuania are entitled to receive grants. The amount of the grant is 1800 EUR, for the period of 3 months.
Réfugiés.info is a collaborative information portal available as a website or app. Everyone can participate. The platform is fed directly by associations, volunteers, and social workers who work on a daily basis to support refugees.
“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: firstname.lastname@example.orgAdress: Telefonplan 3, 126 37 Hägersten
Official website by the foreign office of Liechtenstein (Ausländer- und Passamt/APA) with information for Ukrainian Refugees in Liechtenstein. Mostly in German, but there is a short FAQ concerning residency law in Ukrainian and Russian.
Government of Canada website gives information about immigration measures for people from Ukraine. Canadian citizens and residents Ukrainian nationals and their family members Contact us for immigration information Traveling and arriving in Canada What the Government of Canada is doing RESOURCES IN UKRAINIAN
“Job Bank” is a platform for Jobs from Canada managed by the Government of Canada. Canadian businesses have registered many jobs for Ukrainians. To help Ukrainians with searching and to make their search for jobs easier, the Government of Canada gives information step by step about: Employers hiring (this information is for Canadians who want to help Ukrainians with jobs) Ukrainian job seekers (how to search jobs for Ukrainians on “Job Bank” and how to search for more jobs across Canada) Community groups
Tampere University offers study opportunities to degree students who arrive in Finland due to the humanitarian crisis caused by the war in Ukraine. The University grants rights to study in Open University and non-degree courses.Students who obtain a right to study are exempt from tuition fees. Moreover, researchers can apply for fixed-term Postdoctoral Research Fellow posts. Tampere University’s English-language studies are aimed at bachelor’s and master’s level students whose studies have been interrupted at a Ukrainian higher education institution. Applications will be processed until the end of 2022. The rights to study will be granted until 31 July 2023.
The Finnish Refugee Advice Centre is a non-governmental organisation founded in 1988 by other Aalto University offers scholars fleeing from Ukraine a possibility to continue their academic work at Aalto University during the war in Ukraine.Aalto accepts applications for temporary visiting scholar positions in Aalto’s research fields (ca 20 positions) from researchers working in Ukraine based universities whose work has been interrupted by the war, and who are fleeing from Ukraine.Aalto University also offers study rights without fees and with scholarships to Ukraine’s university students – applications are now closed but may be reopened in May.
ThFree Movement hosts „Coffee Without Borders“, an open, free-of-charge café in Helsinki and Tampere. You are welcome regardless of what it says on your passport or whether you have one at all.Free Movement offers counselling to migrants and their supporters. Counselling is offered by activists who are familiar with the migration administrative process.CWB & Counselling of Free Movement in Heslsinki are open every Wednesday from 5 to 8 at Lymy (Pengerkatu 6, 00530 Helsinki). For councelling please book a time slot through email (email@example.com) if possible.CWB in Tampere is arranged unregularly. For information on when the café is organised please