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.
In Switzerland, there are compulsory and complementary insurance policies. This website presents the most common types.
An information platform with hundreds of useful addresses, practical advice, details of activities and news to make daily life easier for migrants in Geneva.
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.
The SRC Tracing Service is available to anyone living in Switzerland who wants to find a missing relative or close friend.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The association welcomes and supports LGBTQI+ refugees – lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and other sex, gender and/or non-heterosexual and non-cisgender sexual identities.
The guide helps readers to find their way around the Swiss healthcare sector. It is available in 18 different languages.
Information about the conditions, opportunities and necessary documentation for reuniting your family.
What needs to be done when a child is born? Family allowances, birth certificate, health insurance and other administrative duties before and after the birth.
The brochure explains how parents can prepare their children for starting school. The main topics are: language, relationships, security and experience.
Information about life in Aargau canton in various languages. Twelve categories (work, health, housing, etc.) cover everyday topics and answer frequently asked questions.
The comprehensive brochure is aimed at new residents and contains important information and addresses on various areas of everyday life.
Free advice and temporary accommodation for women facing domestic violence. The women’s refuge is staffed exclusively by women.