Increased assistance will be paid to Ukrainian refugees in Germany. It is planned that from 2023, Ukrainians in need of financial assistance will receive approximately 50 euros more. This was reported by Redaktionsnetzwerk Deutschland. According to Federal Labor Minister Hubertus Heil's project, the Hartz IV payment rates must be adjusted for inflation from January 1, 2023. Refugees from Ukraine, who received housing assistance in the spring of 2022, were
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I am a citizen of #Ukraine, do I need a visa to travel to Ireland? On February 25, the Irish government abolished visas for citizens of Ukraine to travel to Ireland. Ukrainians can stay in the country for 90 days without registering with the immigration office. Information for refugees from Ukraine arriving in Ireland I am a citizen of Ukraine, but I do not have a passport? The
Integration clubs for people forced to flee the war in Ukraine have already been established at the monasteries of the Order in Krakow and Harmenrz near Auschwitz. Illustration Photo: pixabay.com Refugees from Ukraine can count on career counseling, seminars and trainings, as well as psychological assistance, which are organized by the Franciscan Order, polskieradio.pl reported. For example, integration clubs for people forced to flee the war in
The Ministry of Finance of Poland said that the income of Ukrainians from Ukrainian employers should be taxed in Poland, if the Ukrainian is in Poland for more than 183 days. Polish Ministry of Finance: Refugees from Ukraine should pay taxes on Ukrainian incomes. In this case, taxed, in particular, the income received before 183 days, writes delo.ua. It is noted that in August 2022, more than 1
As of September 19, 2022, 1,766 Ukrainian refugee children were enrolled in Moldovan schools and kindergartens for the 2022-2023 school year, including 1,169 students and 597 preschoolers. Refugee children from neighboring Ukraine began their school year in Moldova This is evidenced by data from the Ministry of Education and Research, transmitted by the local specialized bodies in the field of education (MSSE), as cited by radiochisinau.md. In 223
Bulgaria continues a program of free hotel accommodation for Ukrainian refugees. After it ends on October 31, Ukrainians will be offered new options. Subsequently, the Bulgarian government will propose other solutions. The Minister of Tourism Ilin Dimitrov told about it on air of the TV channel BNT, reports rbc.ua. Accommodation refugees from Ukraine in hotels in Bulgaria will last until October 31, he said. After that the program
European countries have shown solidarity and organization with Ukraine by accepting millions of refugees from our country. According to various estimates, it is 5-7 million people. Photo: European countries showed solidarity with Ukraine and organization by accepting millions of refugees (Getty Images) Some countries have revised conditions for Ukrainians in more than six months of war, while others are just beginning to allocate aid to refugees. So far,
The Georgian section of ISHR continues to actively protect the rights of the population in the occupied territories of Georgia – Abkhazia and Samakhablo (Tskhinvali region) – where the rights of the indigenous Georgian population are constantly violated, especially in the Gali region. People are deprived of the right to work, study, receive medical care in their native Georgian language, and move freely to the neighboring Zugdidi region. Most importantly,
The United Nations Children's Fund, an international organisation operating under the auspices of the United Nations, has called for help for children affected by the fighting. Millions of children from Ukraine are in need of protection and humanitarian aid. © UNICEF/UN0610965/Remp The war in Ukraine has put millions of children at risk. Residential buildings and hospitals have been shelled and bombed many times. Many children have already been
Wechange aims to bring together people from Germany and Russia, with and without experience in international project work, with the exchange "Digital Natives" The programme combines three goals: firstly, raising awareness of discrimination against minorities, secondly, strengthening the use of digital media and resources, and thirdly, building a network between German and Russian people. In two workshops on 29/30 October and 5/6 November and in a closing event in Yerevan