This fun app will help you take your first steps in German, while at the same time learning about Swiss culture.
Practical aids to learn German: Books. voCHi-Listen, recordings and an app, developed with and for migrants.
An information platform with hundreds of useful addresses, practical advice, details of activities and news to make daily life easier for migrants in Geneva.
This information brochure sets out the rights afforded by these statuses.
International Social Service Switzerland takes care of unaccompanied minors and helps them understand their rights. It helps to find solutions for their long-term future.
Concrete examples about post-traumatic stress disorder, its symptoms and how they can be treated can be found in the brochure «When you just can't forget». Available in 10 languages.
Freiburg Women’s Shelter (Solidarité Femmes) is committed to combating violence against women. It offers advice either face-to-face by appointment or by e-mail and telephone. Freiburg Women’s Shelter also runs an emergency refuge for abused women and their children.
Courses and counselling on birth preparation for migrant women in the cantons of Bern, Solothurn, Lucerne and Basel.
The SRC Tracing Service is available to anyone living in Switzerland who wants to find a missing relative or close friend.
The Swiss Refugee Council's country experts research and write country analysis reports that outline the situation in the asylum seekers' countries of origin.
The portal contains health information in 56 languages. The brochures, guides, films and training materials can be downloaded free of charge and ordered online. They cover a broad range of topics: addiction, allergies, back pain, depression, pregnancy and vaccinations.
There are five specialized outpatient clinics in Switzerland. They provide migrants suffering from PTSD because of torture, war or displacement with psychiatric, psychotherapeutic, body psychotherapeutic and psychosocial counselling.
Competence centre for migration and integration issues. The website contains information about life in Zurich in several languages, which can be especially helpful for newcomers.
The isa migrants’ centre in Bern provides information and advice free of charge in various languages.
Platform facilitating the professional integration of persons admitted on a provisional basis and refugees through a simple, fast procedure.
The Contact Centre for Migrants in Switzerland (CCSI) in the canton of Fribourg offers legal and social support with the aim of helping migrants to defend their rights.
Quick and easy help with issues in money and debt management - online, by phone and on site.
The State Secretariat for Migration (SEM) has developed a new platform to provide basic information for people living in federal asylum centres in Switzerland.
The platform "migrantenvereine.ch" offers an overview of over 239 meeting places for migrants in the canton of Zurich.
Five up makes it easy for individuals and organisations to get the support they need. Volunteers can find interesting opportunities with just a few clicks.