Although MUP yesterday released the information that „refugees were not returned from Slovenia“ (http://www.mup.hr/229575.aspx), the media indicate the opposite – that since the beginning of current year 70 people have been returned from Slovenia to Croatia (http://www.index.hr/vijesti/clanak/u-sloveniji-privedeno-9-izbjeglica-zbog-sumnji-da-su-ilegalno-usli-u-zemlju/872893.aspx). Recently, Slovenian police have released the information about sending back 15 people who passed through Croatia, just […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Unlike active day on Saturday, we saw only one train at 3 a.m. and during that time 878 refugees arrived to the camp. Other train arrivals which were expected at 9 p.m., at 3 p.m. and 9 a.m. were canceled because there were not enough people in Serbia, and it is not for certain that […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
If you wish to donate for refugees, you can take your donations to the Zagreb’s NGO “Young Anti-Fascist” (MAZ) located at Pavla Hatza 16 in Zagreb. They are collecting men and women’s winter shoes, raincoats, blankets and children’s winter clothes. We would kindly ask all those who bring their donations, to assort them in accordance […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
“Welcome” initiative was formed in September 2015, when large numbers of refugees began to enter into Croatia. The Initaitive gathers individuals and civil society organizations with the aim to support refugees on the ground, but also to make political pressure on the Croatian and EU institutions to change restrictive migration policies. The Initiative brings together […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The Psychological Assistance Association joined the refugee support “Welcome” Initiative. The Head of the Center for Children, Youth and Family MODUS, Martina Čarija, as part of the Initiative, and on behalf of the PAA, spent several days in Tovarnik and Opatovac. Based on her observations in the field, the PAA prepared the following recommendations in […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Description: This dictionary for easier, faster and better communication between refugees and local population in the countries with the refugee presence is divided into three parts and contains translation in relevant languages: • A list of icons representing the most used phrases • Expressions related to danger from minefields • Most important information about basic […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Phrasebook – Short dictionary for easier communication during the Refugee crisis
ZA GRAD ▪ Jurkovićeva 17 / Zagreb ▪ 12-15h &16-19h ▪ And in social stores on various locations in Zagreb. Wednesday 23.9. – Park Bartol Kašić Thursday 24.9. –plateau Mamutice Friday 25.9. – Turnstile Črnomerec Contact: Iva Kvakić –https://goo.gl/NvM9s0 __________________________________________________________________ Organization ‘Moj Bicikl’ (‘My Bicycle’) ▪ Tomašićeva 10 / Zagreb ▪ 16-21h / Mon-Fri You […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
DONATIONS IN FOOD, CLOTHES, ETC. Red Cross is collecting help throughout the country Croatian Red Cross is collecting material donations. Citizens can bring them to their nearest Red Crosslocation. In Zagreb, you can bring the donations to the Collecting Center (Sabirni Centar) Siget 18A, Super Andrija – working days from 8AM to 8PM; Saturdays and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Developers, graphic designers needed There is an intiative to make a platform/web to coordinate all information related to refugees. If you would like to participate in it, join the Open Zagreb Hack Night on 21st of September, at 6PM – at Zagreb’s Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing (Unska 3, Zagreb), in the TCR room […]Continue Reading... No Comments.