Welcome to Hungary, you are safe now.

After arriving from Ukraine, you might feel distressed, exhausted, or sick and you might need support. We at the IOM Hungary, the UN’s Migration Agency want to make sure you recognize and avoid offensive situations.

Saving you and your loved ones

IOM Hotline for People Fleeing Ukraine

  • What are my rights and obligations in Hungary?
  • What is temporary protection and its entitlements?
  • What can I do if I don't feel safe or I need help?
  • I need temporary accommodation in Hungary.

Call us if you seek answers to these and other questions. We speak Ukrainian, Russian, English, and Hungarian. Available Monday-Saturday from 8:00 until 20:00.

гаряча лінія МОМ для людей що рятуються від війни в Україні

  • Які мої права та обов‘язки в Угорщині?
  • Що таке «тимчасовий захист» та які пільги він надає?
  • Що мені робити, якщо я не почуваюся в безпеці або потребую допомоги?
  • Я шукаю тимчасове житло в Угорщині.

Зателефонуйте нам, якщо ви шукаєте відповіді на ці та інші питання. Ми говоримо українською, російською, англійською та угорською. Працюємо в будні з 8 до 20.

As you’ve probably already noticed, many volunteers, civilians, groups of friends, families, NGOs want to help you in these difficult times. 

Unfortunately, there are some who look for opportunities to exploit people in need, like yourself. These are persons and criminal gangs, often referred to as human traffickers. We at the International Organization of Migration, the UN’s Migration Agency want to make sure you recognize and avoid these situations. 

Please click here and continue reading, this might save you and your loved ones. 

Ласкаво просимо до Угорщини, зараз ви в безпеці. Щоб так і залишалося, будь ласка, продовжуйте читати! 

Üdvözlünk Magyarországon, most már biztonságban vagy. Annak érdekében, hogy ez így is maradhasson, olvass tovább!

Supporting victims

Your help is crucial! And you can help a little more only by reading this.

During a crisis and refugee movements criminal gangs, often referred to as traffickers, are also activated to trap and exploit vulnerable people. By reading this leaflet you can play a key role in supporting such victims by linking them to protection services. 

How can you help?

First things first, do not attempt to confront a suspected trafficker. Your safety as well as the victim’s safety is the most important. Instead, please contact local law enforcement who are in charge of suspected cases of human trafficking. 

In case you would like to learn more about this topic, or your organization is interested in training on countering trafficking, feel free to get in touch with IOM Hungary colleagues. 

Don’t forget, a false alarm is always better than a missed one. 

  • IOM HOTLINE: +36 80 984 544 (free of charge) 
    Available Monday-Saturday from 8:00 until 20:00 
    E-mail: iombudapest@iom.int  
  • National emergency number: 112 

You can help a little more by reading this

Azzal, hogy ezt elolvasod még többet tudsz segíteni!

І ви можете допомогти трохи більше, лише прочитавши це.

Step up against sexual exploitation and abuse!

Protection against sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) is a collective responsibility of humanitarian actors. For IOM Hungary it is of utmost importance to maintain integrity within the organization as well as to ensure the wellbeing of the beneficiaries. IOM has a zero tolerance policy against SEA. All reports will be investigated. You can report anonymously as well at weareallin.iom.int.

(Domestic violence cannot be considered as SEA, in this case please turn to the respective NGO!)

Download and use the free information posters on PSEA from the links below!