More than 150,000 people in the UK have expressed an interest in offering homes to people who have fled Ukraine – but critics say the government’s scheme will be unworkable unless it scraps a lot of the excessive red tape.
In Poland, where more than two million people have come across the border from Ukraine – the rules aren’t nearly as strict. But what’s it like inviting strangers into your home?
We spoke to one woman, who lives just outside Krakow, and has welcomed not one – but eight people.
Camera: Paul Mackeson
Producer: Hila May.