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📆 Last Updated: April 12, 2022
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<aside> 👉 How to Support: Feel free to comment on this page directly, tag a relevant resource with #HRForUkraine on LinkedIn or Twitter or email directly firstname.lastname@example.org.
This page lists resources related to Ukrainian refugees, including policies by both bordering countries and other countries. This includes also resources for people travelling to reach their country of destination, accommodation.
<aside> ⚠️ Note: On February 24th Ukraine has banned men aged 18 to 60 from leaving the country. But other Ukrainians can find refuge abroad.
UNHCR has a number of resources for UA people fleeing their country to Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Hungary, the key bordering countries to Ukraine. There’s also a page dedicated to Belarus, although currently its involvement, at least in terms of logistic support to Russia, may not create conditions to consider it a safe country.
A group of volunteers has created an online list of resources for Ukrainian Refugees. You can check it out and contribute to that list as well.
February 27, 2022 Izabela Lundberg created an Article on LinkedIn asking for Leadership support for Refugees.
There are several ways where people can contribute with lodging for refugees. Airbnb has a specific programme through its Airbnb.org site and February 28, 2022 has mobilised specifically to manage the Ukraine refugee situation announcing housing for 100,000 refugees.
February 28, 2022 Flixbus has also started a number of actions in support of Ukrainian refugees, including free tickets.
March 4, 2022 Omio has put together a page with all options of transportation out of Ukraine and onward.
March 4, 2022 Yevropi is a new platform matching Ukrainians refugees with free housing in Europe.
March 5, 2022 Shelter for Ukraine is a website matching offers across all Europe.