ACT FOR
UKRAINE

The global coalition helping
displaced people from Ukraine shape their future through education, upskilling and employment

 
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GET INVOLVED !

Our goal: to help 100,000 displaced Ukrainians find a job remotely or in their host country.

You are looking to support non-profit initiatives aimed at supporting Ukrainian refugees in Europe through vocational training and employment services: your grants can make a difference

You wish to recruit Ukrainian refugees and/or allow your employees to get involved through volunteering: access a pool of talented individuals looking for employment or mentoring

You are implementing programs aimed at supporting Ukrainian refugees in their journey to employment: get the right support and/or funding to achieve your objectives

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OVER 6 MILLION
REFUGEES IN EUROPE

6300000. This is the number of refugees who have fled Ukraine since the beginning of the Russian invasion in February 2022, nearly 10 times the population of Luxembourg. These people - mostly women and children - left everything overnight to save their lives. Today, more than 3 million are in Poland, 850,000 in Romania, 550,000 in Hungary.

 
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TECH IS CREATING JOB OPPORTUNITIES FOR REFUGEES

The digital and ICT sector is one of the most dynamic and job-creating in Central and Eastern Europe: almost half a million Poles work in this sector,and about 200,000 Ukrainians are web developers. In addition, more than 250,000 jobs in the digital sector are relocated each year - all of these jobs could benefit Ukrainian refugees.

 
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WE SUPPORT UKRAINIAN REFUGEES ON THEIR JOURNEY TO EMPLOYMENT

Through “Act for Ukraine” , we want to connect 100,000 Ukrainian refugees with employment opportunities in their host countries or remotely. To break down the barriers refugees face in their journey to employment, INCO and its partners are taking the following actions​ :​

  • Upskilling and education

  • Language support (English and local languages)

  • Child care  

  • Housing assistance

  • Administrative support (residence rights, work permits, bank accounts)