Digital Blue Dot
Safe Space, Protection and Support Hubs
Providing critical information and support to persons fleeing Ukraine
If you and/or your family are fleeing from the conflict in Ukraine, you can find refuge, relief, information and support in a Blue Dot Safe Space.
In fact, to respond to immediate and multiple needs of many people on the move from Ukraine, UNHCR and UNICEF have, together with national authorities and civil society partners, set up Blue Dot Safe Space, Protection and Support Hubs along the main routes of travel into different European countries.
The Blue Dots offer safe spaces, immediate support and services to all persons, women, men and children of all nationalities fleeing from Ukraine. The Blue Dots are provided with trained caregivers able to provide you with updated and verified information about accommodation, travel and services, and can guide you about your rights and entitlements under temporary protection status and asylum procedures, as well as on family reunification and tracing of family members.
Look at the map below for the location of Blue Dots along your route and visit them if you need help or support.
Are you looking for general information to support refugees and migrants in a specific country? Go to the UNHCR Help Page!
Are you looking for specific information to support refugee children and families? Visit UNICEF Resource page and helpline for families fleeing Ukraine!