The Association of Ukrainians in Republic of Ireland (AURI) is a company limited by guarantee, CRO reg. no 459369, VAT exemption no CHY18402, RCN no: 20070489. Registered office address: Drumgoney, Tullyco, Cootehill, Co. Cavan, H16 A064.
Facebook page : www.facebook.com/AURI.Ireland
AURI is an Irish registered Charity in Ireland representing and united Ukrainian Communion.
The main objective of AURI is to provide support for humanitarian, medical, educational, and cultural, needs of Ukrainians living in the Republic of Ireland and abroad, and also, the unifying of Ukrainians and facilitation of their integration into the Irish society
AURI is managed by a Board of eight trustees with expertise in various professional fields (finance, health professionals, trade, science and education).
AURI’s activities directed to
Fundraising for Ukraine and all needs
Collection, purchase and distribution of humanitarian medical aid for the Ukrainians and other communities in need
Providing support for Ukrainians and other people interested in Ukraine and its heritage, encouraging participation in social and cultural-related events
Help and support for Ukrainian migrants in integration into the Irish multinational community
Facilitation and support of ethnic identity and culture of Ukrainians living in Ireland
Founding and maintaining the Ukrainian Hub and Ukrainian School to preserve and develop Ukrainian language, culture, and education
Interaction with other ethical (national) Associations/Societies in Ireland and abroad. Representation of the Ukrainian community in public, cultural, political and media institutions
Provide care, including medical aid, to the Ukrainians and other communities in need
Assisting local authorities in finding and providing safe shelter for those in need.
The establishment and maintenance of Ukrainian schools in order to preserve and develop the Ukrainian language and culture, as well as providing a Ukrainian environment for children with Ukrainian roots or Ukrainian descent, are among major AURI priorities.
AURI actively liaises with the Ukrainian World Congress and the World Congress of Ukrainian Youth Organizations, Ukrainian World Coordinating Council, and the European Congress of Ukrainians.
Ukrainian Action in Ireland is a registered non-profit organisation whose main mission is to be the Ukrainian voice and action in Ireland. Created in May 2022 in response to the full-scale invasion of Ukraine and the largest humanitarian crisis in Europe, Ukrainian Action in Ireland has three main priorities of work:
To contribute to integration of Ukrainian refugees into the Irish society, strengthen and diversify the local communities
To advance Irish-Ukrainian cultural and educational collaboration
To provide humanitarian and life-saving relief to Ukrainians experiencing hardship
Ukrainian Action in Ireland was founded by Ukrainian and Irish people who care about the future of Ukraine and its people. It consists of 50 volunteers who have work experience in various fields: education, culture, business, innovation, Internet technologies (IT), design, media and journalism, politics and international relations, personnel policy (HR), civil security, and other.
Email: [email protected]
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/UkrainianActionIreland
Establishment and support of the Ukrainian Community Center in Dublin
Advocacy of the interests of the Ukrainian community before the Irish government and society
Organization of protests against the war and other public events in support of Ukraine
Providing information support to Ukrainians in Ireland through social networks and the website: www.iamukrainian.ie
Providing cultural and informational support to Irish people who host Ukrainians in their families
Conducting a survey among Ukrainians who found protection from the war in Ireland
Organising Ukrainian cleanups, hikes, cultural and educational events
Collection of humanitarian and vital aid for Ukraine
Our partners: Civil Society Forum on Ukraine in Ireland, Irish Red Cross, Irish Refugee Council, Irish Immigration Council, Community Foundation for Ireland, The One Foundation, Ernst and Young, Arthur Cox.