Assistance for Refugees

Support the organisation Helping to leave

The team of Helping to leave works 24/7 providing consultations to those seeking help, guiding them through the evacuation process, and connecting them to the volunteers on the ground for all humanitarian needs. The organisation covers transport expenses, provides information, and arranges for counselling where necessary.We help Ukrainians affected by war – also those who were forcibly deported to the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine or to Russia. Donate and support Helping to leave.

Helping to Leave

Assistance for Refugees, Transport

English, Russian, Ukrainian

Helping to leave

The team of Helping to leave works 24/7 providing consultations to those seeking help, guiding them through the evacuation process, and connecting them to the volunteers on the ground for all humanitarian needs. The organisation covers transport expenses, provides information, and arranges for counselling where necessary.We help Ukrainians affected by war – also those who were forcibly deported to the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine or to Russia.

Helping to Leave

Assistance for Refugees, Find Help, Transport

English, Russian, Ukrainian

Touring Artists – Information portal

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

touring-artists.info

Assistance for Refugees, Find Help, Legal Help

Germany

English, German, Ukrainian

Actors/Actresses, Artists, Creative industry professionals, Filmmakers

Civil Relief Munich

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. 

civilreliefmunich.org

Accommodation, Assistance for Refugees, Find Help, Give Help, Transport

Germany

Munich

English, German, Polish, Russian, Ukrainian

Children, Women

Federal point of contact for refugees with disabilities and/or care needs

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.

Deutsches Rotes Kreuz - Bundeskontaktstelle

Assistance for Refugees, Give Help, Psychological Help

Germany

Berlin

English, German, Russian, Ukrainian

Marginalized People, Oncological Patients

Provide assistance to Ukrainians in resettlement in the U.S.

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

Uniting for Ukraine U.S.C.I.S

Assistance for Refugees, Give Help

United States

English

Rosa Stationen – Community help center for refugees in Stockholm

“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: rosa.stationen@rwstockholm.seAdress: Telefonplan 3, 126 37 Hägersten

Rosa Stationen

Assistance for Refugees, Community Center, Find Help, Give Help

Sweden

Stockholm

English, Swedish

Canada: Immigration measures for Ukrainians

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

Immigration measures for people affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine

Accommodation, Assistance for Refugees, Find Help, Give Help, Legal Help

Canada

English, French, Ukrainian

Vapaa liikkuvuus – The Freedom of Movement network in Finland

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 (vapaaliikkuvuus@gmail.com) if possible.CWB in Tampere is arranged unregularly. For information on when the café is organised please

vapaaliikkuvuus.net

Assistance for Refugees, Find Help, Give Help, Legal Help, Meeting Place

Finland

Helsinki, Tampere

English, Finnish

BPOC, Marginalized People

PAKOLAISNEUVONTA – The Finnish Refugee Advice Centre

The Finnish Refugee Advice Centre is a non-governmental organisation founded in 1988 by other Finnish NGOs. The Refugee Advice Centre provides legal aid and advice to asylum seekers, refugees and other foreigners in Finland.If you have any questions about international protection, residence permits, family reunification or other issues concerning foreign nationals, you may contact their legal advice (free of charge):By phone on weekdays from 10 am to 12 am: +358 9 2313 9325By email: neuvonta@pakolaisneuvonta.fiIf you need legal advice on issues related to undocumented migrants in Finland, you may contact their specialized lawyers (free of charge):By phone on Mondays from

pakolaisneuvonta.fi/en/

Assistance for Refugees, Find Help, Legal Help

Finland

Helsinki

English, Finnish, Swedish

BPOC, Marginalized People

Rosenjuristerna Göteburg – Free legal counseling for migrants without papers

“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: info@rosenjuristerna.se

Rosenjuristerna - Facebook Page

Assistance for Refugees, Find Help, Legal Help

Sweden

Gothenburg

English, Swedish

Marginalized People

No One is Illegal Network in Sweden

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.

The No One is Illegal Network

Assistance for Refugees, Find Help, Legal Help

Sweden

Gothenburg, Malmö, Stockholm

Arabic, Bosnian, English, French, German, Kurdish, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Tigrinya, Turkish

Marginalized People

Sweden: Emergency support for LGBTQI+ Ukrainians

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.

Emergency support for LGBTQI+ Ukrainians in Sweden

Assistance for Refugees, Find Help, Give Help, Legal Help, Medical Help, Psychological Help

Sweden

English, Swedish, Ukrainian

LGBTQ+, Marginalized People

FARR – Refugees Rights Groups in Sweden

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

FARR

Assistance for Refugees, Find Help, Legal Help

Sweden

Arabic, English, Farsi, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Ukrainian

Marginalized People

Asylrättscentrum – Swedish Refugee Law Center

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: info@sweref.org

Swedish Refugee Law Center

Assistance for Refugees, Find Help, Legal Help

Sweden

Swedish, Ukrainian

Swedish Red Cross – Medical Care for migrants and people without papers

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: papperslos@redcross.se

Swedish Red Cross, information for undocumented immigrants

Assistance for Refugees, Find Help, Medical Help

Sweden

Stockholm

English, Swedish