In this episode of the Liberal Europe Podcast, Ricardo Silvestre (Movimento Liberal Social) welcomes back Paulo Frigyies, the Swedish writer and journalist, author of the book “In Ukraine, Adrift”, to talk about Ukraine and the Ukranian people in this terrible moment of their history, but how they are strong, resilient and determined to reclaim their place in a liberal and democratic Europe.

This podcast is produced by the European Liberal Forum in collaboration with Movimento Liberal Social and Fundacja Liberté!, with the financial support of the European Parliament. Neither the European Parliament nor the European Liberal Forum are responsible for the content or for any use that be made of it.

Show notes 

The podcast, as well as previous episodes, is available on SoundCloudApple Podcast, Stitcher and Spotify.

You can find a audio version of Paul’s book here, but you can buy the book here, and you can find more publications in the webiste of SILC here.

And you can help the Ukrainian people by donating to any one of these organisations:

CARE is providing food, water and other items to families fleeing violence in Ukraine. Contribute here.

Doctors Without Borders are “seeking ways to respond to the medical and humanitarian needs as the conflict evolves.” Offer support here.

International Committee of the Red Cross supporting the work of the Ukrainian Red Cross in helping those impacted by the war, support here ICRC.

Kyiv Independent. The English-language news site, go to support.

Razom for Ukraine, this nonprofit is now “focused on purchasing medical supplies for critical situations like blood loss and other tactical medicine items.” Here’s a list of supplies  and an appeal for support.

World Central Kitchen. Founded by world-renowned chef José Andrés is now feeding Ukrainian refugees at the Polish border. You can support here

Voices of Children  currently helping children and families across Ukraine, including helping with evacuations.

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