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      Wiadomości Szczecin | Newsy z miasta 18.03.2022

      Robert Duchowski

      Robert Duchowski

      Szczecin for Ukraine Support Centre invites all Ukrainian nationals who seek refuge from war in our city.

      Szczecin for Ukraine Support Centre (Centrum Pomocy Szczecin Ukrainie), ul. Marii Skłodowskiej – Curie 4, Telephone numbers: +48 665 11 22 10; +48 605 30 20 25, email: centrumpomocy@cudzoziemcy.szczecin.eu
      Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.  (Possible change of opening days and hours)

      In the Centre, which has been launched today, refugees from Ukraine staying in Szczecin will be provided full and up-to-date information and advisory support in the sphere of official procedures and matters, welfare services, as well as formal arrangements relates to job market, education, and healthcare.

      The building at 4 Skłodowskiej-Curie St. houses customer service points operated by, among others, the employees of Municipal Family Support Centre, the District Employment Office, and the City Office. Volunteers representing non-governmental organisations and other institutions are also working here. Thanks to this, Ukrainians will obtain, i.a., information about child care establishments, assistance in enrolling their children to schools and pre-schools, they will be referred to appropriate medical care points and entities providing free legal advice.

      There are psychologists on duty here, ready to provide their support, and the Honorary Consul of Ukraine, and there is also an internet café and a room for children.  It is also where the current job offers and people specialising in this field are available. The range of the Centre's activities will be adjusted to the current needs of refugees and the provisions of the Special Act on an ongoing basis. Information collected during meetings with Ukrainians will also facilitate the diagnosis of their actual needs, and it will serve as a starting point for further steps.

      Ukrainian nationals can find current information in their language on www.szczecinukrainie.szczecin.eu

       

      Flat for refugees

      Due to the growing demand for accommodation for refugees from Ukraine, we are still waiting for submissions from people who have the possibility to provide a flat for the purpose.

      The principal idea is to provide accommodation for at least several months. Here you can find a form to be filled in, attached to the submission, and sent to: mieszkania@cudzoziemcy.szczecin.eu

      Please note that refugees from Ukraine who have no place to stay in Poland should go to a reception point, address: al. Piastów 40A, Szczecin, tel.: +48 696 03 11 80.

      It is where they will be provided with information about the rules of their stay in Poland, directed to the place of temporary stay,  they will be given warm meals and beverages, medical help, and a place to take a rest.

       

      Submission of an accommodation offer for refugees from Ukraine

      1.

      Offeror’s first and last name

       

      2.

      Telephone number

       

      3.

      E-mail address

       

      4.

      Type of accommodation offered

      (room / flat / house)

       

      5.

      Number of rooms, bathroom access

      (Yes/No)

       

      6.

      Maximum number of adults to be accommodated

       

      7.

      Maximum number of children (under 16) to be accommodated

       

      8.

      House pets allowed

      (Yes/No)

       

      9.

      Period of availability of the housing unit (for how long)

       

      Note! The preferred term is at least 2 months

       

      10.

      When can you invite refugees?

      (date)

       

      11.

      Possibility to collect refugees from a specified location

      (Yes/No)

       

      12.

      Address of the housing unit (with city district)

       

      13.

      Possible additional support to invited persons

       

      14.

      Other

       

       

      The Data Controller - Gmina Miasto Szczecin – Urząd Miasta Szczecin (Szczecin Municipality – Szczecin City Office) with its registered office in Szczecin, pl. Armii Krajowej 1 hereby informs you about the information obligation imposed on the Controller in relation to collecting personal data, pursuant to Articles 13, 14 and 15 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation), hereinafter “the GDPR”.

      Data protection officer at the Szczecin Municipality – Szczecin City Office: Contact details: Data protection officer: Urząd Miasta Szczecin, pl. Armii Krajowej 1, 70-456 Szczecin, telephone: 914245702, e-mail: iod@um.szczecin.pl

      You have the right to request from the Szczecin City Office access to your personal data, rectification or erasure of personal data, restriction of processing, you have the right to object the processing and to data portability, in the scope laid down in the GDPR.

      You further have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority – the President of the Personal Data Protection Office, where there are reasons to believe that your personal data are processed by the Controller in violation of the provisions of the GDPR.

      The full information clause about the obligations imposed on the Controller (Szczecin Municipality – Szczecin City Office) can be found on the Public Information Bulletin (BIP) website, in a tab „Ochrona danych osobowych / RODO” (Personal Data Protection / GDPR).

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