Family reunification after completion of the asylum procedure is often difficult. Do you know of a case in which the cantonal legal advice service was unable to help? The SRC’s new family reunification service can advise in such cases.
In Switzerland, most people live in rented apartments. In fact, almost 60 per cent of the population rent their home. The terms and conditions of renting a property
are regulated by law and in a rental agreement. However, the laws and the terms in t ...
The booklet answers the most important questions about breastfeeding.
- breastfeeding preparation in pregnancy
- breastfeeding in the first hours and days after birth
- recommendations for breastfeeding frequency and duration of breastfeeding
- breas ...
What can you do if you are subjected to domestic or sexual abuse? Who helps abuse victims in Switzerland?
Victims of physical or psychological violence can contact Victim Support throughout Switzerland.
Are you assisting elderly refugees? Are you hosting an elderly person from Ukraine? You might be in need of information specifically about migration and old age.
How do children cope with traumatic experiences? How long can experiences of displacement affect life in the new environment? It is important for parents and their children not to be left without support and to receive information about how they can deal with topics such as trauma and displacement.
Queeramnesty Switzerland is a group of volunteers working to improve the human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people.
This flyer is intended for asylum-seekers, persons with a provisional admission, refugees, and those without a regular residence status. It contains information about the rights related to encounters with the police, the asylum procedure, and life in ...
When, where and how do I have to test and who covers the costs?
Are you not sure whether to have a coronavirus test or how to do it?
Look through the diagram to see what to do. A test can make sense if you have symptoms, but also if you do not.
Most people know how to improve their physical health – for example, through a healthy diet and daily exercise. It is also known that a positive environment and a good work atmosphere contribute to good health. Mental health, on the other hand, is ra ...
Dr. Gay promotes the well-being of gay, bi & queer men through community-based prevention work. We are an inclusive service: we offer our services to the trans community as well. Dr. Gay answers questions about (safer) sex, homosexuality, coming out, ...
The new Health Guide provides information about prevention, health insurance and medical care. It explains the rights and duties of patients and the legal basis of the healthcare system. It also contains information about important medical facilities ...
How can I apply for asylum? What is the asylum procedure? How can I bring my family to Switzerland? Asylex offers free legal aid and provides fast, competent and free information about the Swiss asylum procedure.
Do you know someone who has recently arrived in the canton of Jura? Let them know about this brochure! It has a range of weblinks to institutions and associations in the region.
Overview of cantonal centres
Factsheet with questions about medical care for people in need of protection from Ukraine.
In general, Switzerland is a safe country. But even here crimes are committed – not only in public places like parks and bars, on trains or buses or at railway stations, but also in the privacy of the home and on the internet.
The police are there ...
How do you say «hello» in Ukrainian? How can I communicate with someone who speaks another language? This picture dictionary helps establish a dialogue about everyday situations with people who speak Ukrainian or Russian.
Most people know how to promote their physical health - for example, through a healthy diet or daily exercise. It is also common knowledge that an intact environment and a good working environment are beneficial to health. Mental health, on the other ...