Léargas Initiatives Offering Support and Solidarity to Ukraine

The war in Ukraine has caused distress and suffering across Europe, and with it the need to offer support and solidarity to all those affected. This post details the initiatives available through the national and international programmes that we in Léargas manage.

 

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Microgrants for Projects that Support Young People from Ukraine: European Year of Youth 2022

 

The European Year of Youth 2022 Microgrants scheme aims to shine a light on the great work that is already happening around the country during European Year of Youth, and support projects that address key European priorities. In response to the war, we have added a new priority for “Supporting young people from Ukraine.  Projects that look at aiding integration.  Projects or events that examine topics with young people such as democracy, solidarity or preventing disinformation.” This priority is specifically aimed at activity development that supports young people from Ukraine, those working with them and values that underpin the European Union.

There are four more deadlines throughout the year and the application process is straightforward. Find out more on our dedicated webpage or contact European Year of Youth officer Vasiliki Psarra.

 

Supporting the Linguistic Integration of Refugees from Ukraine: European Centre for Modern Languages

 

Teachers and others supporting the integration of refugees from Ukraine, both into school systems and into the workplace, can access guidance and resources on this dedicated website operated by the European Centre for Modern Languages. The site is a work in progress and new resources and information will be added as they become available.

 

Guidance Counselling for Ukrainian Refugees: National Centre for Guidance in Education

 

Our colleagues in the National Centre for Guidance in Education have developed a resource for Guidance Counsellors working in Further Education and Training or Adult guidance, to help them deliver appropriate and informed guidance. This resource takes account of psychological issues and social, personal, and educational considerations in supporting all individuals to navigate the Irish system and to facilitate inclusion, informed choice, and career development planning along the lifespan.

 

The European Union #StandingWithUkraine

EU Solidarity with Ukraine: European Commission

 

This page brings together details of European Union programmes that provide practical support to those in Ukraine who are seeking shelter or looking for a safe way home, and of the political, financial and humanitarian assistance the EU can provide.

 

EU Solidarity with Ukraine: Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps

As part of the support for Ukraine, the EU have restricted participation of Russian public entities in programmes including Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps. Our Travel Advisories section has details of these restrictions, and guidance for affected projects. If you have specific queries, please get in touch with your Léargas project officer.

 

 

 

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