ERA4Ukraine

ERA4Ukraine

The European Union, its Member States and Europeans across the continent are mobilised in support of people fleeing the war in Ukraine. We are working on all fronts to support Ukraine with assistance, humanitarian aid and civil protection. This specific initiative wants to support researchers of Ukraine by providing them with an overview of all existing actions at European and national levels.

#StandWithUkraine

 

This information is also available in:

Ukrainian | українська

In order to provide the research community with useful and up-to-date information, this section will be updated regularly based on the evolution of the situation and the needs to address.

Find useful information in Luxembourg

As soon as you have formally obtained their temporary protection status, you can also register as a job seeker with the Employment Development Agency (ADEM). Beneficiaries of temporary protection status can contact ADEM by e-mail (info@adem.etat.lu) or by telephone (+352 247 88888).

Research related jobs are published on the EURAXESS Luxembourg portal.

 

The Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH) , the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH) and the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) published their job offers for Ukrainian researchers on the following page: https://scienceforukraine.eu/table.html (filter by country - Luxembourg)

 

Different Fellowship programmes have been created at the University of Luxembourg, its centres and faculties, more information is available right here: https://wwwen.uni.lu/ukraine

 

The Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR) offers temporary support for researchers who have fled the war in Ukraine. Get more information of this measure: https://www.fnr.lu/temporary-fnr-support-for-researchers-who-have-fled-t...

 

The following information is not specifically targeting researchers, but can be of interest for their partners/spouses or relatives having left Ukraine together with the researchers concerned:

 

The Color Business Center coworking space in Bertrange has announced that it is offering free work spaces to Ukrainians arriving in Luxembourg: Ukrainian refugees can use these coworking spaces to communicate with their families and friends using the computers and means of communication available. Those wishing to continue their economic activity already set up in Ukraine will also have free access to infrastructures in order to try to maintain their occupations at a distance if possible. They can also benefit from the advice and support of the entrepreneurs present at the Color Business Center. A canteen is also available in the same building, with Color Business Center counting on the support of its tenants to help finance meals for Ukrainian refugees making use of this space. To avail of this solidarity offer, contact Elisabeth Bricout via email: info@keasy.eu or via tel.: 269-76583. Further information is available at: www.coworkers.lu. (source: chronicle.lu)

 

Ukrainian refugees wishing to work temporarily in Luxembourg are invited to contact Adecco to explore their options. The HR service provider will take into account their background, training, language skills, needs and wishes. Furthermore, the group has guaranteed that Ukrainian refugees will work under legal working conditions and receive a fair wage.

Adecco Luxembourg launched a free-to-post platform dedicated to candidates from Ukraine and for employers: https://www.adeccojobsforukraine.com/

 

 

Member States and Associated countries

The Commission and EU Member States work together at all levels to channel humanitarian and civil protection support to Ukraine and neighbouring countries. Below you can find an overview of the most useful information per country: