Maria Raffin is originally from Moldova, but has been living in Switzerland for 17 years, two of which in the village of Caux. A neighbour to the Caux Palace, she very quickly stepped in to support the Caux Refuge project and help those who have…
As the war in Ukraine has been raging for 3 months, Oksana Stelmakh, a nurse from Kharkiv, reflects on how the situation has impacted her family, now scattered over 3 different countries. Since her arrival in Caux early April she and a friend have…
Before the war in Ukraine broke out, Nadia Donos enjoyed her dream job as a Ukrainian language and literature teacher. Now based at the Caux Refuge, Nadia continues to teach children in Ukraine full-time online and already has plans to volunteer as…
For more than a week Anatolii, Tetiana, and their three sons lived without electricity, heating or water in freezing temperatures in the village of Horenka near Kyiv. After a long journey through Ukraine and the EU they have now found peace in Caux.
Discover the first in a series of interviews by Ukrainian journalist Anastasia Slyvinska with people affected by the war who have found temporary shelter at our conference centre in Caux.
In response to the war in Eastern Europe, Initiatives of Change Switzerland have decided to provide space for up to 30 people in Villa Maria (next to the Caux Palace). Find out how you can help!
We strongly condemn the current unilateral military attacks in Ukraine that are costing and destroying lives and violate international law at the moment. We stand in solidarity with all those wanting to have peace and we urge for dialogue to resume…
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