Useful links Blue Dots are support hubs that bring together critical protection services as well as reliable multi-language and multi-format information for persons fleeing the war in Ukraine and other persons UNHCR serves. On this website administered jointly by UNHCR and UNICEF, you can find locations of Blue Dots in Slovakia, search for information and organizations active in Slovakia, and understand how you can stay safe.  The official website of the government authorities of the Slovak Republic provides information for Ukrainians fleeing war who are entering Slovakia. The website is operated by the Migration Office of the Ministry of Interior of the Slovak Republic and offers detailed information on crossing the border, staying in Slovakia, crossing to another EU country, and other relevant information. This website is run by two renowned Slovak NGOs, the Human Rights League and Mareena, and provides information on a number of topics related in particular to the integration of Ukrainian refugees to the Slovak society, including on legal residence in Slovakia, transport, temporary protection, accommodation, money and banking, mobile networks, education, employment, state benefits, healthcare, mental health support, legal assistance, culture and other services. “Who will help Ukraine” is an online platform that provides various forms of assistance to citizens of Ukraine who are forced to leave their homes due to armed conflict and come to Slovakia. In the current stage, the platform focuses on helping to provide accommodation in Slovakia, psychological, social and financial support.  The International Committee of the Red Cross’ (ICRC) Central Tracing Agency Bureau for the International Armed Conflict between the Russian Federation and Ukraine (CTA Bureau) helps locate missing persons, both military and civilians, and alleviates the suffering of their families. Official website of the Slovak Public Defender of Rights provides information on the scope of authority of the Public Defender of Rights for the foreigners, seeking aid and protection in connection with the war in Ukraine. The Public Defender of Rights (Ombudsperson) is an independent body of the Slovak Republic. The mission of this institution is to protect fundamental rights and freedoms in cases of possible violation by administrative bodies of the state or public authorities, such as the police, Migration office, Ministries, Offices of Labour, Social Affairs and Family or by municipalities.