Ukraine: Forced Migration Information Hub

Besides causing widespread destruction and immense suffering, the Russian attack on Ukraine on 24 February 2022 also forced many people to leave their homes. This has led to mass forced migration and displacement, unprecedented in Europe in this scale and speed since World War II. For this reason, the FFVT project has set up a “Forced Migration Information Hub”. 

FFVT in the media and providing policy advice (transfer activities)

Since the beginning of the war, members of the FFVT network have received many inquiries from the press and given numerous interviews. In addition, they have occasionally advised politicians and practitioners. Here you can find links to the media coverage and further activities of the colleagues from the FFVT network.

Information sources

Here, we list a select range of websites that provide up-to-date information on the Russian attack on Ukraine, links to a selection of key documents and analyses, and podcasts of academic events. The documents and links are limited to the topics of "forced migration," "integration," "legal situation," and "war." The information provided on the websites and the reports consists of primarily analytical and/or scholarly information, as well as some relevant primary sources. We deliberately focus on essential sources to provide a short and thus user-friendly list. 

Forced migration

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Legal situation

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FFVT Ukraine Experts

The group of experts consists of some members of the FFVT network who are currently working in Germany. This group is open to other, interested experts and is networking with other experts abroad, such as in Poland, Moldova, Slovakia and the United States.  

Prof Oksana Mikheieva
Dr Franck Düvell
Dr Maryna Shevchenko
Dr Iryna Lapshyna
Dr Viktoria Sereda