Prince William, the heir to the British throne, met Ukrainian war refugees in Warsaw on Thursday.
Close to 50 percent of Polish employers employ a worker from Ukraine, new research has shown.
Bartosz Chejchman from Koluszki who is currently studying computer science at Oxford University volunteered to help with programming ‘Ivy Ukraine’. The platform offers free educational support and connects mentors and education tutors from around the world to share their knowledge, advice, and interests, with Ukrainian pupils looking for support in entering new areas of growth.
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Increasing numbers of women have jobs involving manual labour in Poland owing to the influx of refugees from Ukraine, an employment agency has told PAP.
Ukrainian refugees housed in collective accommodation in Poland will have to contribute to their living costs from Wednesday, if their residence in Poland extends over 120 days.
Polish schools and kindergartens now have 187,900 Ukrainian children and young people in their ranks, data sent to PAP by the Ministry of National Education show.
A group of eleven young Ukrainian women have launched an art zine in Warsaw called ‘3ina’, which brings together works from across Ukraine and beyond in a magazine whose sales will support the Ukrainian cause.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has united Poles and Ukrainians, the Polish and Ukrainian presidents, Andrzej Duda and Volodymyr Zelensky, said in a TV interview on Friday.