Hot off the press: the third edition of the map of Wrocław for new residents from Ukraine

integration, WroMigrant
zdjęcie przedstawia Mapy Wrocławia dla nowych mieszkańców i meiszkanek rozłożone na stole z innymi ulotkami w języku ukraińskim i sfotografowane z ukosa.

At Przejście Dialogu you can pick up the updated, third version of the map of Wrocław for new residents from Ukraine. The “Map of Wrocław for new residents” is a flagship publication prepared by the WroMigrant team of the Wrocław Center for Social Development (WCRS).

The map was designed for people who just recently moved to Wrocław and who need practical information regarding official matters. The map shows the most important addresses of offices, institutions, hospitals, and info points for migrants and refugees. On the reverse, you will find practical tips that will help you complete the necessary formalities after arrival and feel confident in our city.

The first map was published in 2021 in five languages – English, Belarusian, Polish, Russian and Ukrainian. In response to the demand arising after the Russian aggression against Ukraine in February 2022, the WroMigrant team prepared a special “Edition for Ukraine”, where, in addition to basic tips for every foreigner, refugees could also find information about important procedures and places in Wrocław where Ukrainians could receive extra support. The latest map of Wrocław – edition for Ukraine (2023) has been updated with contact details and improved in terms of usability.

The map is available in Ukrainian and Polish, so it will also be useful for people who welcome refugees into their homes, as well as for volunteers, teachers, and officials.

You can grab your free copy at Przejście Dialogu (Passage of Dialogue) in the underground passage at ul. Świdnicka 19 or download in PDF format (links below).

We encourage you to download or collect the maps!

Link to the Polish version

Link to the Ukrainian version

Link to the WroMigrant publication

The task is carried out under the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) on the basis of the Memorandum of Understanding between the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the City of Wrocław of June 9, 2022 and Letters of exchange for the provision of support related to emergency refugee response in Wroclaw from 09/06/2022.

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