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.
“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
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: firstname.lastname@example.org mobile: +44 7590-10 66 05
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.
“Slovenia and its citizens wish to warmly welcome Ukrainian citizens fleeing the war. We are ready to provide you with accommodation, food and anything else you may need.” On this site you can find many useful links about accommodation, health insurance, work permit, opening a bank account, where to look for a job, childcare and education, language lessons and more.
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.
This is a space to collect all the citizen initiatives towards Ukrainian refugees in Spain. Such as Spanish lessons Help with integration etc… You can publish your aid initiative and encourage others to join in.
“United with Ukraine” is a portal where U.S. and Bulgaria have joined forces to support Ukrainians in Bulgaria or who are planning to go to Bulgaria. It is constantly updated. Powered by: U.S. Embassy Sofia America for Bulgaria Foundation American University in Bulgaria American College in Sofia The American Chamber of Commerce in Bulgaria NuBoyana Film Studios Muzeiko
According to the Ministry of Education from the Republic of Bulgaria, refugee children from Ukraine can enrol in school or kindergarten. The information below on the procedure for admission and education of children in kindergartens and schools.
“Education without backpacks” from Bulgaria helps Ukrainian pupils and students with free information and free educational resources. You can find information about: Libraries in Bulgaria with books and publications in Ukrainian and Russian Online learning platforms for Ukrainian students recommended by the Ukrainian Ministry of Education Online training in Ukrainian for students from 5th to 9th grade Resources in Ukrainian, Russian, Bulgarian and English.
“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.
The team of Grand Acting Studio Prague will hold a free film workshop for Ukrainian students from April 16th. The initiative is organized on the premise that while refugees face more pressing material issues upon arrival in the Czech Republic, they also need space for self-expression and personal development in their new surroundings. “We warmly encourage Ukrainian students living in Prague to step forward and contact us for registration. Let’s have a great time with dance, voice and acting classes, and then shoot on film an amazing little story! “Contact: email@example.com
Website of the Ministry of Interior with answers to practical questions when arriving in the Czech Republic. On topics such as: visa, health insurance, school system and regional help and information centers.
The international law firm Taylor Wessing provides useful links as well as legal and practical information for people leaving Ukraine to the Czech Republic, such as: Regional Centres for Help and Assistance, Humanitarian Registration Centre , Health insurance, work permission, employment card, recognising a Ukrainian diploma or professional qualification , education, financial assistance and more.
Here are some useful contacts for Ukrainians that are in Bulgaria: phone numbers, e-mails, address and websites.
Just six weeks since the war began, a group of displaced Ukrainian educators, along with Georgia’s Ministry of Education, has launched a Ukrainian-language school, hosted by Public School 41 in central Tbilisi. It will teach the standard Ukrainian school curriculum in the Ukrainian language to kids across all grades.