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.
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.
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.
The Government of the Principality of Liechtenstein makes financial contributions to proven partner organizations that have the necessary structures and experience to provide assistance on the ground in a needs-based, broadly effective and non-discriminatory manner.
In response to the war in Ukraine, the Fondation de Luxembourg has launched an emergency aid initiative for victims. The Ukraine Solidarity Foundation was created to direct urgent humanitarian aid to victims of the ongoing violence in Ukraine. Actions supported will be centered on providing aid to victims in Ukraine and neighboring areas, as well as initiatives for welcoming refugees in Luxembourg.
“Migrant Life in Bulgaria” is a platform that provides information about many aspects of migrant life. It has 45 categories. Unfortunately, the platform contains very little information in Ukrainian.
Here are some useful contacts for Ukrainians that are in Bulgaria: phone numbers, e-mails, address and websites.
We provide assistance to Ukrainian citizens on their way to Iceland. We work in close relations with organizations at every European border of Ukraine. We can guide you at every step from your current location and onwards, until and after you have landed in Iceland.
Martin Roth Initiative is supporting artists and cultural actors at risk to temporarily relocate to Germany with the assistance of a host cultural institution. Scholarships awarded through the programme last up to 12 months. The funding supports: – A monthly scholarship.– Individual support for the scholarship holders (e.g. necessary insurance, psychosocial support, language courses, trainings, networking activities, etc.).– If necessary, financial support for additional personnel for the host organisation (please note that MRI cannot fund permanent staff and freelance work that is not directly related to the purpose of the grant).– Counselling by the MRI and further training (for example on topics such
Danish Support Ukraine association helps people displaced by ongoing war in Ukraine. Support Ukraine is an association of several NGOs helping Ukrainian migrants, who are on their way to Denmark, or have arrived in Denmark. Support Ukraine offers: shelter humanitarian aid, transportation from and to border, food medical help, etc. They have a hands-on-approach. To get their help migrants should call: +45 71 82 00 39 Others please call: +45 55 27 01 92 Lines are open Monday – Sunday from 08:00 to 20:00
Aid Ukraine Denmark helps people displaced by ongoing war in Ukraine. Aid Ukraine Denmark is an NGO and a network of volunteers that helps Ukrainian refugees, who are on their way to Denmark, or have arrived in Denmark. The NGO: offers safe bus transportation from the Ukrainian border to Denmark centralises accommodation offers from private and public providers provides immediate health care assistance and guidance matches Danish job offering companies with Ukrainian refugees If you need help or want to offer help, you can drop an e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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
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
“Dopomoga Ukraini – უკრაინისთვის” is an open platform created to support Ukraine and the people of Ukraine.
The platform aims to consolidate all necessary information that will assist Ukrainian citizens to feel secure and be fully informed about supporting actions, charity initiatives, and public services in this difficult time. The platform is open for any organization and individual willing to engage in helping the people of Ukraine. The platform is created by the volunteer group and does not represent any organization or project.
The Croatian City of Osijek prepared and unveiled a reception centre for Ukrainian refugees. Located in South Hall 2, the centre will temporarily accommodate those fleeing the country and provide them with food, medical aid, and psychosocial assistance.