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.
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
The Pompidou Group, together with leading European psycho-trauma experts, has developed recommendations on how people can better interact and communicate with persons who have experienced a crisis or difficult life event. The recommendations were developed at the request of the Ukrainian Ministry of Interior and in light of the traumatic situations experienced by the Ukrainian population due to the ongoing Russian hostilities in Ukraine. Being the continent’s leading human rights organisation, the Council of Europe regards the protection of civilians of utmost importance. Traumatic experiences can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Epidemiological studies show that people with trauma and
“Housing for refugees” is a platform where you can give or find a place to stay in different countries and cities. It is available in 40 languages.
Flüchtlingsinitiative Bremen offers legal counseling and help with paperwork for refugees in Bremen. Open counseling every Monday from 16:00 to 18:00. Adress: Flüchtlingsinitiative Bremen e.V., Bernhardstr. 12 (Paradox), 28203 Bremen. Phone: +49 421 705775 email@example.com
Legal help, counselling and support for LGBTIQ refugees in Vienna. They don’t only offer outstanding legal counselling, but also a “buddy system” to meet new people and get to know the city, workshops, housing and psychological help.