In a strong Danish tradition, a strong partnership between the trade unions, the employers, the government, local and regional councils have been established to give Ukrainians arriving in Denmark the best opportunities to quickly find a job.
The partnership will support refugees from the war in Ukraine.
The partners recognize that Denmark has a special responsibility to help Ukrainians who have been forced to leave the country due to the Russian invasion of their country.
It is not all about finding jobs. The partnership will also be engaged in providing day care facilities and school for the Ukrainian children as well as securing access to necessary health care services.
The partnership will reach out to other stakeholders like enterprises and volunteer organisations engaged in supporting the Ukrainian refugees.
“We are in a very special situation with a war in Europe” explains FH President, Lizette Risgaard.
“Within the partnership we have made a joint commitment to secure that Ukrainians feel welcome in Danish workplaces. We want to make sure that they feel they are our new colleagues and that they can take part in our society”, says President Risgaard.
You can read more about the partnership here:
• Partnership on jobs for Ukrainians
• Tripartite agreement on the continuation of the integrative vocational training programme (IGU)
• Addendum to the tripartite agreement on the continuation of the integrative vocational training programme (IGU) of 14 February 2022