ACH offers immediate help to Ukrainian citizens in the West of England and the West Midlands

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ACH offers immediate help to Ukrainian citizens in the West of England and the West Midlands

We stand in solidarity with the people of Ukraine, and believe we can and must do all we can to help those in need of sanctuary.

In addition to our support, we also want to offer concrete help where we can.

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We pledge to help Ukrainian citizens build sustainable new lives in the UK, access sustainable employment and reach their ambitions whilst living in this country.

 

Whilst we agree that the government needs to do far more to offer safe routes for people fleeing the appalling situation in Ukraine, the recently announced extension of visas for individuals already in the UK and the eligibility of family members to come to the country is welcome. We hope more routes will follow, and that the UK can welcome those affected by this tragic conflict.

We stand in solidarity with the people of Ukraine, and believe we can and must do all we can to help those in need of sanctuary.

In addition to our support, we also want to offer concrete help where we can.

For those in work, or seeking a new or higher level job, we can offer immediate careers advice. For those looking to start a business, or develop their existing business, we can offer tailored entrepreneurship support through our Migrant Business Support project. If you are unemployed, we can offer you employability training to get back into work.

We pledge to help Ukrainian citizens build sustainable new lives in the UK, access sustainable employment and reach their ambitions whilst living in this country.

At ACH we will work to support Ukrainian people seeking sanctuary in the UK to rebuild successful and ambitious lives in the UK. We pledge to provide access to support, training and education that will create the spaces and opportunities for Ukrainian refugees to thrive.

 

Get in touch

If you want to find out more about careers and training services, contact: info@ach.org.uk

If you want to find out more about our entrepreneurship support, contact: Shalini at shalini.sivakrishnan@ach.org.uk

 

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