“Visa-free regime between Ukraine and the EU: assessing the dynamics of the first two years through statistics and public opinion data” is a chapter of
The focus of the study are people crossing the Ukraine-Poland land border, which is the busiest for both countries and serves as a primary gateway
This study aims to see a bigger and more comprehensive picture, the potential and problems of the Ukrainian-Polish border as the most crowded one on
This publication is a collection of most important myths and facts about Ukrainian labour migration to countries of Visegrad Group (Poland, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary).
This report presents results of monitoring for the quality of services at the twenty international automobile and pedestrian border checkpoints at the state border of
The paper analyses political context of visa suspension mechanism, including public claims of EU officials and European media publications on functioning of visa-free regime with Georgia,
The paper analyses Ukraine’s coherence to migratory indicators of EU’s visa waiver suspension mechanism, namely, irregular migration, asylum seekers, cooperation on return and readmission, entry refusals.
Analytic report based on results of the study of the CAA Agreements implementation in Moldova and Georgia, and the harmonization of Ukrainian legislation in the
“Audit of reforms” is the first complex assessment of implementing on the local level in Ukraine the tasks which were set by the EU during
Policy brief “Irregular and forced migration from Ukraine to the EU before granting visa-free regime: possible consequences and expectations” aims to describe the current situation