The largest refugee crisis since world war two has prompted Australians to travel overseas and offer assistance, from translation services to van rides
Welcome to Poland. It’s a phrase hundreds and thousands of Ukrainians are hearing each week as they flee their war-torn homeland in search of safety – and sometimes it’s said in an Australian accent.
Russia’s invasion has sparked one of the biggest refugee crises since the second world war. In just two weeks, more than 3 million people have fled the country, with more than a million crossing one of eight border checkpoints into Poland.