On Monday, April 15 NGO Europe without Barriers (Ukraine, Kyiv) and Nasz Wybor Foundation (Poland) invited journalists and experts in Warsaw to discuss the role and latest trends in Ukrainian labour migration to Poland, Czechia, Slovakia and Hungary.
Adress: Warsaw, Ukrainian House, Zamenhofa street, 1
Working languages: Ukrainian, English, Polish
During the event a complex guide “Myths and stereotypes about labour migration from Ukraine to V4 countries” was presented.
Event host Myroslava Keryk delivered her presentation first. She described latest trends in Ukrainian labour migration to Poland and the most common myths and mistreatment in public discourse.
Later Pavlo Kravchuk from Europe without Barriers talked about Ukrainian situation regarding labour migration and its portrayal in media and also briefly described the situation in three more V4 countries.
Third part was a discussion moderated by Ukrainian-Polish journalist Olena Babakova.
15 journalists and migration experts attended the event, including representative of Ukrainian Embassy i Warsaw.
Event is held in the framework of the project “Promoting evidence-based media coverage of labour migration from Ukraine to V4 countries” that is funded by the International Visegrad Fund and implemented by Europe without Barriers (Ukraine) in the partnership with Nasz Wybor (Poland), Poradna pro Integraci (Czechia), Research Centre of the Slovak Foreign Policy Association (Slovakia) and Hungarian Europe Society (Hungary)
Guide Myths and facts about Ukrainian labour migration to the Visegrad Group countries (English, PDF)
The guide is also available in the following languages: