Teaching Paradigms for Chronically Stressed Ukrainian Women

In the wake of the tumultuous era in Eastern Europe, the scars of conflict resonate deeply in the lives of its inhabitants. It has left indelible imprints on their psyches, shaping narratives of resilience and survival against a backdrop of adversity. The conventional educational approaches may not suffice in addressing the intricate cognitive and emotional needs of this unique demographic, READ MORE

FLIGHT Help Clubs to empower Ukrainian war refugees in five European countries

For many Ukrainian war refugees, food production has become their first personal business abroad. According to a survey conducted in September 2023 by the U&We Hub Development Centre Program in cooperation with Ukreate Hub and the Open Society Foundations, the majority of Ukrainian women currently living in Lithuania would like to stay here. Half of them intend to start a READ MORE

6 unconventional ways to invest (Help Club session)

When we hear about investing, the first thing we probably think of is securities, shares or real estate. But you can also put your money to work by investing in less popular areas that may be related to your hobby and even outperform traditional investments in terms of long-term returns. Here’s what FLIGHT Help Club participants learnt about possible non-traditional READ MORE

Ukrainians have paid €40 million in taxes in Lithuania but would like to change jobs

Half of all Ukrainians of working age in Lithuania, more than 22.000, are employed under employment contracts. They have contributed €40 million to the national budget since the start of the war in Ukraine until the end of 2022, but surveys show that as many as 4 out of 5 would like to change jobs. Since the start of the READ MORE