The publication presents the results of one-year in-depth statistical and field research conducted in the framework of the project “Ukraine’s migration monitoring: forced and labour mobility (2015–2016)” financed by the International Visegrad Fund.
The project was carried out by Geomigrace from Charles University (Czechia), together with the Centre for Eastern Studies (OSW) from Poland, the Slovak Foreign Policy Association, and ‘Europe without Barriers’ from Ukraine.
The project aimed to investigate the possible impact of the deteriorating security situation following the Russian annexation of Crimea and the eruption of armed conflict in Eastern Europe on migration from Ukraine to the EU, particularly to Poland, Czechia, and Slovakia.
The project also aimed to identify any new trends and patterns in recent Ukrainian migration to the EU.
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