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Read about the University’s response to the invasion of Ukraine, including advice and support available for staff and students impacted, and suggestions on ways to help.

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The unprovoked invasion of Ukraine by Russia is causing a humanitarian catastrophe to unfold in Europe. Members of our community are appalled by Russia’s action and in awe of the bravery shown by Ukrainians as well as the bravery of those Russians who have denounced their government’s aggression.

Many of us would like to do something to help. We are compiling here details on support services for students and staff, of actions being taken by the university, of work by our academics, and on ways you can contribute.

Read more on the University of Oxford website

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