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On the 24 February, USPUK stands with Ukraine and all those affected by Russia’s war. In the year since Russia began its full-scale invasion, we have witnessed unimaginable destruction, violence, and pain in the largest war in Europe since World War II. The toll of human suffering has been immense, thousands have been killed and more than 8 million Ukrainians have been forced from their homes, to look for sanctuary abroad.
USPUK was founded to support Ukrainian people who were in urgent need of a place of safety and security, this need is still as pressing today as it was 12-months ago. As the war looks set to continue, and Ukrainians continue to fight bravely for their freedom, we are determined to maintain awareness surrounding the situation in Ukraine. Our support for displaced Ukrainians and search for UK hosts will not stop, as long as there is still a threat to civilian life.
To mark one year since Russia’s renewed invasion:
Communities for Ukraine hosted an event to renew our commitment to the people of Ukraine on 24th February.
Anastasiia, a USPUK employee spoke about the need for continued support at Trafalgar Square, 23rd February 2023.
USPUK is hosting a panel discussion on the Homes for Ukraine scheme, which will be shared after the event.