War in Ukraine: DIGITALEUROPE’s response
On 24 February, Russia launched a military aggression on Ukraine, bringing war to the European continent after thirty years, and causing a massive crisis for the country and its people. DIGITALEUROPE and our national member associations have condemned this act of aggression and stand in solidarity with the people of Ukraine.
In this page, we collect and update resources, insights and initiatives on the ongoing conflict and its impact on the European digital sector. These include:
- Ways to help Ukraine, either by donating to humanitarian organisations, or by joining grassroot efforts from the tech and scientific communities;
- Answers and insights on the impact of the war on the digital sectors, including in terms of cybersecurity, EU sanctions, and disinformation;
- A list of initiatives from DIGITALEUROPE members – both national associations and corporations – including free services, donations, humanitarian help and more.
The page is regularly updated. If you wish to suggest resources or have any feedback or questions, please get in touch.
How to help Ukraine
A non-exhaustive list of organisations – both international and local – active on the ground which you can support, as well as individual and collective initiatives from the tech and scientific communities to help the people of Ukraine.
What are DIGITALEUROPE members doing?
DIGITALEUROPE’s members in the region are providing support, both humanitarian and ICT-related, to Ukraine. Many companies are donating time, money and expertise to support Ukrainian citizens and organisations, and to protect them from cyber-attacks. This is a non-exhaustive list.