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We know that people across our University community are deeply concerned about what is happening in Ukraine. Listed below are some of the ways that you can help and support Ukrainian people:
A Liverpool organisation set up by Polish people living in the city has collected large amounts of items donated by the local community, to be sent in aid convoys to Ukrainian refugees at the border with Poland. Merseyside Polish Association is now seeking volunteers to help sort and pack these items. Please check their Facebook page for updates.
Making a donation
The Ukrainian Institute in London has put together a helpful list of ways you can help Ukraine and Ukrainians, which you can find here: https://ukrainianinstitute.org.uk/russias-war-against-ukraine-what-can-you-do-to-support-ukraine-ukrainians/
The Disasters Emergency Committee, bringing together 15 UK charities to respond to the crisis, is raising funds here: https://www.dec.org.uk/
Supporting those in crisis
Here are some organisations who support refugees and those in crisis across the world:
British Red Cross
Council of at-risk Academics
Accessing University support
We know that students and staff will be affected differently by what is happening in Ukraine and the University is offering support and practical assistance. Click here to find out more.
The Liverpool Guild of Students is also offering support. Updates on Guild of Students initiatives relating to the situation in Ukraine will be available on the Guild website.
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