Brief description
of the project

Ukraine Calling is a project-oriented capacity building measure for organisations from Ukraine, France, Poland, and Germany. Through seminars and workshops, the programme will provide orientational and applied knowledge on the topics of migration (in 2020) and local development (in 2021), as well as foster cross-sectoral competences and transnational networking.

Subsequently, the participants from various fields (education, human rights, culture and others) will implement their project ideas and establish new cooperations, contributing to a sustainable transnational dialogue.


Co-creating visions for the New Belarus

Co-creating visions for the New Belarus

“Should I stay or should I go” was the question raised in the eponymous song by the British punkrock band “The Clash” in 1982. Similarly, in 2020 when there is political discontent people either migrate or protest, so it seems. But what if some leave and nevertheless want to involve themselves in protest or political […]

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Communication Platform for National Minorities from the East of Ukraine

Communication Platform for National Minorities from the East of Ukraine

Ukraine has been one of Europe’s most heterogenous and multicultural lands for centuries. Currently conflict-torn Eastern Ukraine remains a region with a great number of multiethnic populations. For instance, according to the Federation of Greek communities of Ukraine, there are approximately 80,000 Greeks still residing in Donetsk oblast in 48 Greek villages. 15 of these […]

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Access to Qualified Translation for Asylum Seekers

Access to Qualified Translation for Asylum Seekers

The Ukrainian authorities (judges, State migration service, State boder guard service) are facing a shortage of qualified interpreters of rare languages (Urdu, Pashto, Farsi, Tamil, Hindi, Somali) in Ukraine. Lack of access to qualified translation leads to violation of right to international protection. The main idea of project  is formation an effective model of interaction […]

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