From this week, Scottish Refugee Council will be holding regular online information sessions for people affected by the Ukraine conflict who have recently arrived in Scotland and for relatives who have welcomed or are about to welcome their family arriving from Ukraine.

The ‘Ukraine Family Scheme: Your Rights’ will be run by our experienced advisers, and will give people an introduction to their rights and information on how to access essential services in Scotland such as housing and health.

Elodie Mignard, Programme Manager at Scottish Refugee Council says:

“We are ready to provide key information for people to learn on how they can best navigate the systems and exercise their rights. Our ‘Know Your Rights sessions – Ukraine Family Scheme’ will focus on what people tell us they need to know and will take place on a regular basis.”

To find out more and register to attend the ‘Ukraine Family Scheme: Your Rights’, go here.

For individual questions, people can phone our free Helpline on 0808 196 7274.

More help and information:

Homes For Ukraine – Scotland update

Information for people in Scotland affected by the crisis in Ukraine

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Laura Delaney
Author: Laura Delaney