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Statistical data collection on migration in Ukraine

Authors Oleksii POZNIAK
Description
National statistics (official data) in Ukraine on migration issues include state statistics, such as information collected by the State Statistics Service of Ukraine and ministerial statistics, and data collected by the ministries and state agencies on given aspects of migration. Here and below all the institutional establishments in Ukraine are listed under their current names: in April 2011 a complete reorganisation of these authorities was made, and a number of establishments were renamed or combined with other establishments. In 2012, the Ministry of Revenue and Duties of Ukraine was established by a merging of the State Tax Service and the State Customs Service of Ukraine. In 2013, the Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sports of Ukraine was divided into the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine and the Ministry of Youth and Sports of Ukraine.
Year 2012
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Socio-economic rights of migrants, refugees and persons who were granted supplementary or temporary protection in Ukraine

Authors Lyudmila DAVYDOVYCH
Description
Under article 26 of the Ukrainian Constitution, foreigners and stateless persons who are staying in Ukraine on legal grounds enjoy the same rights and freedoms and have the same obligations as Ukrainian citizens, with the exception of certain cases envisaged by Ukrainian legislation. In the meantime, the scope of socio-economic rights of foreigners in the territory of Ukraine is determined by the legal status that they obtain according to the procedure established by the national legislation. In order to analyze the socio-economic rights of migrants and persons who were granted refugee status or supplementary protection in Ukraine, let us divide them into the following categories based on the Ukrainian law “On legal status of foreigners and stateless persons”and the law “On refugees and persons in need of supplementary or temporary protection”: persons temporarily staying in Ukraine; persons temporarily residing in Ukraine; persons permanentlyUnder article 26 of the Ukrainian Constitution, foreigners and stateless persons who are staying in Ukraine on legal grounds enjoy the same rights and freedoms and have the same obligations as Ukrainian citizens, with the exception of certain cases envisaged by Ukrainian legislation. In the meantime, the scope of socio-economic rights of foreigners in the territory of Ukraine is determined by the legal status that they obtain according to the procedure established by the national legislation. In order to analyze the socio-economic rights of migrants and persons who were granted refugee status or supplementary protection in Ukraine, let us divide them into the following categories based on the Ukrainian law “On legal status of foreigners and stateless persons”and the law “On refugees and persons in need of supplementary or temporary protection”: persons temporarily staying in Ukraine; persons temporarily residing in Ukraine; persons permanentlyUnder article 26 of the Ukrainian Constitution, foreigners and stateless persons who are staying in Ukraine on legal grounds enjoy the same rights and freedoms and have the same obligations as Ukrainian citizens, with the exception of certain cases envisaged by Ukrainian legislation. In the meantime, the scope of socio-economic rights of foreigners in the territory of Ukraine is determined by the legal status that they obtain according to the procedure established by the national legislation. In order to analyze the socio-economic rights of migrants and persons who were granted refugee status or supplementary protection in Ukraine, let us divide them into the following categories based on the Ukrainian law “On legal status of foreigners and stateless persons”and the law “On refugees and persons in need of supplementary or temporary protection”: persons temporarily staying in Ukraine; persons temporarily residing in Ukraine; persons permanentlyUnder article 26 of the Ukrainian Constitution, foreigners and stateless persons who are staying in Ukraine on legal grounds enjoy the same rights and freedoms and have the same obligations as Ukrainian citizens, with the exception of certain cases envisaged by Ukrainian legislation.
Year 2013
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Some aspects of ukrainian legislative reform relating to combating against human trafficking

Authors Lyudmila DAVYDOVYCH, Valentina SUBOTENKO
Description
The issue of combat against human trafficking is very pressing for Ukraine, just like for most postSoviet countries. As it is indicated in the Migration Profile of Ukraine compiled in 2011 by Ukrainian migration experts based on research and on statistical data provided by Ukrainian national authorities and international specialists in the field of migration, Ukraine is primarily a state of origin for human trafficking victims1. Ukraine is also a country of transit for foreigners who became human trafficking or smuggling victims on their way to other countries, primarily Turkey or United Arab Emirates, from Moldova, Russia, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan.The issue of combat against human trafficking is very pressing for Ukraine, just like for most postSoviet countries. As it is indicated in the Migration Profile of Ukraine compiled in 2011 by Ukrainian migration experts based on research and on statistical data provided by Ukrainian national authorities and international specialists in the field of migration, Ukraine is primarily a state of origin for human trafficking victims1. Ukraine is also a country of transit for foreigners who became human trafficking or smuggling victims on their way to other countries, primarily Turkey or United Arab Emirates, from Moldova, Russia, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan.The issue of combat against human trafficking is very pressing for Ukraine, just like for most postSoviet countries. As it is indicated in the Migration Profile of Ukraine compiled in 2011 by Ukrainian migration experts based on research and on statistical data provided by Ukrainian national authorities and international specialists in the field of migration, Ukraine is primarily a state of origin for human trafficking victims1. Ukraine is also a country of transit for foreigners who became human trafficking or smuggling victims on their way to other countries, primarily Turkey or United Arab Emirates, from Moldova, Russia, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan.The issue of combat against human trafficking is very pressing for Ukraine, just like for most postSoviet countries. As it is indicated in the Migration Profile of Ukraine compiled in 2011 by Ukrainian migration experts based on research and on statistical data provided by Ukrainian national authorities and international specialists in the field of migration, Ukraine is primarily a state of origin for human trafficking victims1. Ukraine is also a country of transit for foreigners who became human trafficking or smuggling victims on their way to other countries, primarily Turkey or United Arab Emirates, from Moldova, Russia, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan.The issue of combat against human trafficking is very pressing for Ukraine, just like for most postSoviet countries. As it is indicated in the Migration Profile of Ukraine compiled in 2011 by Ukrainian migration experts based on research and on statistical data provided by Ukrainian national authorities and international specialists in the field of migration, Ukraine is primarily a state of origin for human trafficking victims1. Ukraine is also a country of transit for foreigners who became human trafficking or smuggling victims on their way to other countries, primarily Turkey or United Arab Emirates, from Moldova, Russia, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan.
Year 2013
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The system of national migration-related legislation in Ukraine

Authors Valentina SUBOTENKO
Description
The national migration-related legislation in Ukraine comprises the Constitution of Ukraine, Ukraine?s international treaties, laws and regulatory by-laws.
Year 2012
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The legal framework for circular migration in Ukraine

Authors Lyudmila DAVYDOVYCH
Description
During 2011 the visa-immigration legislation of Ukraine was radically changed. New decrees and laws of Ukraine were adopted, visa procedures as well as procedure of entry-exit were simplified. For instance, instead of twenty-two types of Ukrainian visas there are now three types (short and long stay, transit visa). In case a foreigner needs to prolong his/her stay in Ukraine (for instance his/her working contract has been prolonged) he/she may do it without leaving Ukraine with a view to applying for a new long-stay visa ?D? at Ukrainian consulate abroad. Members of migrant families of migrants that temporarily or permanently reside in Ukraine received a right to apply for a long stay. This new visa legislation should enhance the circular migration of foreign citizens in Ukraine. Ukrainian legislation protects migrant rights ? citizens of Ukraine working and residing abroad through national legislation and provisions of bilateral agreemants. At the same time there is the need to expand a network of bilateral agreemants in the field of social security and the protection of rights of Ukrainian citizens migrants residing and working abroad.
Year 2012
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The Ukrainian Migratory Corridor

Authors Alissa V. TOLSTOKOROVA
Description
The paper discusses recent developments in Ukrainian migratory corridor, focusing on transit migration, a reality that has emerged since independence. It analyzes push and pull factors underpinning the rise in mobility which followed the downfall of the Soviet Union, traces the different ways that migrants enter Ukraine and examines routes followed by them in entering Europe, transiting through Ukraine. It will be demonstrated that the Ukrainian migratory corridor comprises multiple channels, chains, paths and routes which turn the country into a sort of a ‘migratory highway’ in the very heart of Europe. The paper examines core groups of non-nationals residing in Ukraine and discusses their human rights and safety conditions. It reviews issues pertaining to cooperation between Ukraine and the European Union in the area of migration control, placing emphasis on the effectiveness of current European policies regarding border management there. The present paper argues that the EU and Ukraine should make more efforts to mainstream human rights and security considerations into their bilateral cooperation and add more political will and mutual trust to enable fruitful dialogue on migration matters.
Year 2011
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Problems of Migrant Integration in Ukraine

Authors Oleksii POZNIAK
Description
The paper assesses opportunities and develops proposals for the integration of immigrants, as well as the adaptation of re-emigrants – long-term Ukrainian labour migrants returning home. An analysis of immigration to Ukraine has been carried out on the basis of: the 2001 population census; the current registering of migration processes; and also administrative sources of information. These sources include material from the Ministry of the Interior of Ukraine, the State Migration Service of Ukraine, the State Employment Service of the Ministry of Social Policy of Ukraine, the Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sports of Ukraine, as well as data from special sampling surveys, including those held under the author’s guidance. The paper considers three specific migration groups in Ukraine: ‘non-traditional’ immigrants; the ‘Soviet Diaspora’; and long-term labour emigrants. An assessment has been made of ‘non-traditional’ immigrants in Ukraine and the prospects for their integration. A bilateral approach was here employed – the comparison of opinions from Ukrainian citizens and from foreigners on the basis of student youth surveys (including foreign students). It has been demonstrated that the frequency of contacts between immigrants and the receiving society is an important integration mechanism. An assessment has been made of the conditions of long-term Ukrainian migrants in recipient countries with the conclusion that these conditions are not significantly different from the conditions of short- and medium-term migrants. Particular attention has been paid to the ‘Soviet Diaspora,’ thus far practically untouched by scholarly publications in Ukraine. It is shown that the Soviet Diaspora in Ukraine (and other former USSR republics) has certain features sharply distinguishing it from ‘diaspora’ in the classical sense. An attempt has been made to define the term, develop the criteria to limit the reference groups and to assess the dimensions of the Soviet Diaspora. An analysis of current Ukrainian immigration policies has been given. Policy recommendations for perfecting Ukrainian state policy in the field of immigration, immigrants’ integration and the reintegration of returning long-term Ukrainian labour migrants have been formulated as well.
Year 2012
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“Fraternal” nations and challenges to sovereignty in Ukraine: The politics of linguistic and religious ties

Authors CATHERINE WANNER
Year 2014
Journal Name American Ethnologist
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9 Journal Article

Criminal profile of migrants' smuggler across the State Border of Ukraine

Authors Yurii Kuryliuk, Serhii Khalymon
Year 2020
Journal Name AMAZONIA INVESTIGA
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11 Journal Article

The Development and the Side Effects of Remittances in the CIS Countries: The case of Ukraine

Authors Olga KUPETS
Description
Remittances flowing from Ukrainian migrants working in high-income countries to Ukraine are an increasingly important source of extra income for migrants’ families. Given the increasing size of aggregate remittance inflows, they are also expected to be a potential source of funding for the social and economic development of Ukraine as a whole. If remittances enhance investment in physical and human capital and thus boost productivity, they can help mitigate the possible negative economic effects of rapid population decline and the aging of the Ukrainian population. Yet the potential benefits of remittances are likely to be matched by potential costs. Thus, two main issues are of interest with regard to remittances in Ukraine:  what are their benefits and costs for migrants’ families, local communities, the Ukrainian economy and society; and  how to harness their development potential while limiting any counterproductive side effects. This paper directly addresses these two questions. It does so by reporting first results from an ongoing effort to assess the potential development and unwanted side effects of remittances in Ukraine. These results come from a survey of the empirical literature in Ukraine and other transition economies and are supported, where possible, by the author’s contributions. The purpose of this work is to draw out evidence-based policy implications. Given that data on migration and remittances in Ukraine is incomplete and unreliable, we make use of all existing data sources on private transfers sent to Ukrainian households: data quality is consistently poor, but, we assume that it has similar biases over time. And we focus our analysis on relative changes in remittance inflows over time rather than on their absolute magnitude.
Year 2012
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Statistical data collection on migration in Ukraine

Authors Olga KUPETS
Description
This note provides an overview of existing data sources on international migration from and to Ukraine and sets out their main limitations. These sources include population censuses, administrative records, household surveys and data from the state authorities responsible for migration data collection and management. The Ukraine State Department of Citizenship, Immigration and Registration (under the Ministry of Interior) is currently the key authority with respect to the registration of Ukrainian nationals going abroad permanently and for foreign nationals residing in Ukraine. It is also responsible for the issuance of temporary and permanent residence permits and for the granting of citizenship. The Ministry of Social Policy, through its Public Employment Centers, issues work permits. The consular services of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs are responsible for issuance of visas outside Ukraine and for the registration of Ukrainian nationals residing abroad. It is planned that most of the tasks in the fields of citizenship policy, immigration, registration and asylum will be performed by one institution ? the recently re-established State Migration Service of Ukraine.
Year 2012
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Human trafficking trends in Ukraine

Authors Oleksii POZNIAK
Description
Ukraine’s involvement in global migration processes after the fall of the Iron Curtain and dissolution of the Soviet Union has been a simple fact. But one of the negative consequences of the outward labor migration of Ukrainian nationals has been that human trafficking emerged and became increasingly frequent. In the 1990s and the early 2000s, Ukraine was a country of origin and to some extent a country of transit for persons who found themselves in the situation of slavery. Over recent years Ukraine has increasingly become a country of destination for human-trafficking victims, while cases of domestic trafficking within Ukraine are also widespread.
Year 2013
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Policy Brief: Ukraine: first visa-free year since introducing the visa free regime

Authors Katerina Ivashchenko-Stadnik
Year 2018
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16 Policy Brief

Qualitative Research in Migration Studies

Authors Franck DÜVELL
Description
Remittances flowing from Ukrainian migrants working in high-income countries to Ukraine are an increasingly important source of extra income for migrants’ families. Given the increasing size of aggregate remittance inflows, they are also expected to be a potential source of funding for the social and economic development of Ukraine as a whole. If remittances enhance investment in physical and human capital and thus boost productivity, they can help mitigate the possible negative economic effects of rapid population decline and the aging of the Ukrainian population. Yet the potential benefits of remittances are likely to be matched by potential costs. Thus, two main issues are of interest with regard to remittances in Ukraine: • what are their benefits and costs for migrants’ families, local communities, the Ukrainian economy and society; and • how to harness their development potential while limiting any counterproductive side effects. This paper directly addresses these two questions. It does so by reporting first results from an ongoing effort to assess the potential development and unwanted side effects of remittances in Ukraine. These results come from a survey of the empirical literature in Ukraine and other transition economies and are supported, where possible, by the author’s contributions. The purpose of this work is to draw out evidence-based policy implications.
Year 2012
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Psychological well-being and ethnic identities of Jewish adolescents planning emigration from Russia and Ukraine to Israel: Changes during the post-perestroika period

Authors Eugene Tartakovsky
Year 2008
Journal Name International Journal of Intercultural Relations
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18 Journal Article

Do Diasporas Matter? The Growing Role of the Ukrainian Diaspora in the UK and Poland in the Development of the Homeland in Times of War

Authors Iryna Lapshyna
Year 2019
Journal Name CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPEAN MIGRATION REVIEW
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19 Journal Article

Social and Political Implications of Labor Migration in Ukraine in the Mirror of the Sociological Analysis

Authors Ekaterina IVASCHENKO
Description
Based on official data and sociological studies the article provides an overview of the main features of contemporary migration processes in Ukraine and its key implications for changes in the socio-political situation in the country. The conclusion is that international labor migration from Ukraine is a natural form of citizens’ spatial self-organization in the conditions of the economic crises and unstable political situation in the country and the world. Attention is drawn to the fact that although immigration is gaining momentum in Ukraine (since the mid-2000s it became the host country with a positive balance of international movements), it is unable to compensate for the increasing competential imbalance in the domestic labor market and make up for the loss of national human resources. Low integration potential of the existing system of social and labor relations prevents the successful inclusion into society of returning Ukrainian migrants and arriving in Ukraine foreign labor force. Prevention of mass migration outflows from Ukraine due to improved economic, legal and civil environment in the country, promotion of comprehensive monitoring of citizens entering and leaving the country and their full integration into the internal labor market should be a priority of the national strategy and tactics for the national development of Ukraine.
Year 2012
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Country report : Ukraine

Authors Oxana SHEVEL
Year 2010
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21 Report

Specifics of Cultural-Civilization Identity Development in the Frontier Regions of Russia and Ukraine: Diagnostic Problems

Authors Valentin P. Babintsev, Galina N. Gaidukova, Yana I. Serkina, ...
Year 2017
Journal Name TARIH KULTUR VE SANAT ARASTIRMALARI DERGISI-JOURNAL OF HISTORY CULTURE AND ART RESEARCH
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22 Journal Article

Migration rhetoric in the programs of Ukrainian political parties

Authors Alissa TOLSTOKOROVA
Description
According to Ukrainian politicians, in Ukraine the topic of migration became relevant at the parliamentary level during the Orange revolution of 2004, as “in the course of voting it suddenly turned out that some citizens who are in the voting lists in fact do not reside in Ukraine. And society (some people with horror, some with surprise) found out that the country is short of several – in fact many – million citizens”1
Year 2013
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23 Report

The politics of development and humanitarianism in EU externalization: Managing migration in Ukraine

Authors Austin Crane
Year 2020
Journal Name Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space
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24 Journal Article

UKRAINIAN MIDDLEMAN SYSTEM OF LABOUR ORGANISATION IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC

Authors DITA ČERMÁKOVÁ, MICHAL NEKORJAK
Year 2009
Journal Name Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie
Citations (WoS) 14
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25 Journal Article

External Labour Migration in Ukraine as a Factor in Socio-demographic and Economic Development

Authors Oleksii POZNIAK
Description
The paper focuses on the role of labor migration in Ukrainian development, particularly its impact upon demographics and the labor market. The author evaluates the real size and composition of the resident population of Ukraine. It is demonstrated that the de facto population is almost 1.5% smaller than its official size. The impact of external labor migration on the unemployment level is studied. It is demonstrated that without labor migration the unemployment level in Ukraine would be almost twice as high as the registered level. Special attention is paid to the entrepreneurial potential of labor migrants and its possible financial effects. It is proved that the main challenge associated with labor migration policy in the country is the underestimation of the possibility of using the entrepreneurial potential of labor migrants and their relatives staying in Ukraine. The potential financial benefits from the entrepreneurial activities of migrants and their relatives exceeds 1 billion hryvnias (around 100 million euros) as of 2010. It is demonstrated that in 10-12 years Ukraine will face a workforce deficit. Ukraine will need employable-age migrants up until 2061, namely 7.9 mln. people. The need to pursue a more proactive policy of immigrant integration is justified. Based on the analysis performed, recommendations for improvements in Ukrainian state policy are developed and justified, including measures in the field of emigration regulation, as well as the attraction and integration of immigrants.
Year 2012
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26 Report

Historical interrelations of the Armenian colonies of Ukraine with Holy Land and their display in monuments of material culture

Authors Hayuk Iryna
Year 2015
Journal Name NATIONAL ACADEMY OF MANAGERIAL STAFF OF CULTURE AND ARTS HERALD
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27 Journal Article

The legislative system of Ukraine in the area of asylum and refugee status

Authors Valentina SUBOTENKO
Description
At this stage national refugee-related legislation in Ukraine is relatively precise and transparent. In particular, the Law ?On Refugees and Persons in Need of Complementary or Temporary Protection? is a directly applicable law, since all the procedural issues are precisely and consistently regulated in it, there are practically no provisions that are optional as to their content. The problem remains as regards adjustment of provisions of other laws with provisions of the new Law. In addition, in the course of almost ten years since the moment of Ukraine?s accession to the Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, the problem of compliance of Ukraine?s national legislation with its provisions has not been solved. The maximum approximation of national legislation in the area of refugees with the respective legislation of the European Union, in the author?s opinion, is complicated because of differences in the contents of the notion of asylum. In particular, provisions of the Constitution of Ukraine on asylum have been borrowed from the USSR legislation on political emigrants, which is not adjusted to the notion of asylum generally accepted in the international law.
Year 2012
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An overview of some manifestations of transnational organized crime in Ukraine

Authors Ihor Zahorodnii, Kateryna Manuyilova, Oksana Belogubova
Year 2019
Journal Name AMAZONIA INVESTIGA
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29 Journal Article

Internally Displaced Persons and Elections under Military Conflict in Ukraine

Authors Dorota Woroniecka-Krzyzanowska, Nika Palaguta
Year 2016
Journal Name Journal of Refugee Studies
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30 Journal Article

Theorizing the Ukrainian Case: Pushing the Boundaries of Migration Studies Through a Europe–US Comparison

Authors Cinzia D. Solari
Book Title Ukrainian Migration to the European Union
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31 Book Chapter

The demographic and economic framework of circular migration in Ukraine

Authors Alexey POZNYAK
Description
In the global population and workforce exchange system Ukraine acts primarily as a donor country. According to the estimates of the M.V. Ptukha Institute for Demography and Social Studies, Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences (hereafter IDSS), in 2008 the total number of Ukrainian labor migrants were 2,120,000 people (IOM, 2011). This estimate of the number of labor migrants relies on the Modular Population Survey of Labour Migration Issues from 20081 (hereafter the 2008 survey), carried out by the State Statistics Service of Ukraine (Ukrainian Center of Social Reform and Ukrainian State Statistics Committee, 2009). However, it also takes into account the stocks of labor migrants not covered by this survey, namely: persons who started to work abroad more than 3.5 years before the survey and who have not returned to Ukraine since then; migrants older than employable age (men 60 years old and senior, women 55 years old and senior); and border commuters (Pozniak, 2012). The main destination countries for labor emigrants from Ukraine are Russia (around 40%), Italy (almost a quarter), Poland, the Czech Republic, Portugal, Spain and Hungary. In total over half of all Ukrainian labor migrants work in the European Union. In this explanatory note circular migrants are understood as those who made one or more labor trips abroad and returns. There are two types of circular migrants. Migrants who made only one roundtrip between the places of origin and destination are described as ?return migrants? (Newland, 2009) and migrants who made more than one trip are defined as ?pure circular migrants?
Year 2012
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Traditional culture of the XXI century in the context of viability of the intangible cultural heritage in Ukraine (on the example of folklore)

Authors Z. O. Bosyk
Year 2015
Journal Name NATIONAL ACADEMY OF MANAGERIAL STAFF OF CULTURE AND ARTS HERALD
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33 Journal Article

Russian Migrant Journalists in Ukraine After the EuroMaidan: From ‘Middling Transnationals’ to ‘Voluntary Exiles’?

Authors Darya Malyutina
Year 2018
Journal Name Central and Eastern European Migration Review,
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34 Journal Article

Ukraine in blackface: Performance amd representation in Gogol's 'Dikanka Tales, Book 1'

Authors R Koropeckyj, R Romanchuk
Year 2003
Journal Name SLAVIC REVIEW
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35 Journal Article

The Impact of Acculturation on Immigrants' Business Ethics Attitudes

Authors Eugene D. Jaffe, Nonna Kushnirovich, Alexandr Tsimerman
Year 2018
Journal Name JOURNAL OF BUSINESS ETHICS
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36 Journal Article

Between life and death: Ten years of Jewish life in Soviet Russia

Authors Yakiv Leshchinskiy, Nataliya Rindyuk
Year 2017
Journal Name JUDAICA UKRAINICA
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37 Journal Article

Ideas, structures, and the (un)conventional politics of minority rights in Romania and Ukraine

Authors Egor Fedotov
Year 2017
Journal Name PALGRAVE COMMUNICATIONS
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38 Journal Article

Forced Displacement from Ukraine’s War-Torn Territories: Intersectionality and Power Geometry

Authors Irina Kuznetsova, Oksana Mikheieva
Year 2020
Journal Name Nationalities papers
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39 Journal Article

Russian Migrant Journalists in Ukraine After the EuroMaidan: From 'Middling Transnationals' to 'Voluntary Exiles'?

Authors Darya Malyutina
Year 2018
Journal Name CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPEAN MIGRATION REVIEW
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40 Journal Article

Global market of sexual nature services. Case for Ukraine

Authors Kurmaiev Petro
Year 2020
Journal Name AMAZONIA INVESTIGA
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41 Journal Article

Political Narratives of Victimisation in the Ukrainian-Canadian Diaspora

Authors Milana Nikolko
Book Title Diaspora as Cultures of Cooperation
Citations (WoS) 1
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42 Book Chapter

The EU and the Building up of its Neighbors: Effects on Regional Development of Reforms in “Employment and Social” and “Industrial and Enterprise” Policies in Turkey and Ukraine

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This research explores to what extent regional policies in Turkey and Ukraine secure an economic development of regions and better off local economic and social standards, increasing economic potential and decreasing motivation to migration. The research is carried out through a comparative analysis of what the EU has classified as ‘industrial and enterprise’ and ‘employment and social’ policies, and their effects, in selected regions of Turkey and Ukraine .
Year 2008
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43 Project

Russian Migrant Journalists in Ukraine After the EuroMaidan: From ‘Middling Transnationals’ to ‘Voluntary Exiles’?

Year 2018
Journal Name Central and Eastern European Migration Review,
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44 Journal Article

Demographic Trends in Ukraine: Past, Present, and Future

Authors Anatole Romaniuk, Oleksandr Gladun
Year 2015
Journal Name Population and Development Review
Citations (WoS) 1
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45 Journal Article

The Role of Language Resources in Labour Market Entry: Comparing Estonia and Ukraine

Authors Kristina Lindemann, Irena Kogan
Year 2013
Journal Name Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Citations (WoS) 11
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46 Journal Article

Main trends in development of migration policy in Ukraine

Authors Iryna Sakharuk, Svitlana Batychenko, Olena Derii, ...
Year 2020
Journal Name AMAZONIA INVESTIGA
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47 Journal Article

Brothers and barbarians: Discursive constructions of ‘refugees’ in Russian media

Authors Natalia Moen-Larsen
Year 2020
Journal Name Acta Sociologica
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48 Journal Article

Commemoration and the New Frontiers of War in Ukraine

Authors Catherine Wanner
Year 2019
Journal Name SLAVIC REVIEW
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49 Journal Article

Geflüchtete in Deutschland und der Ukraine: eine vergleichende Perspektive

Principal investigator Yuliya Kosyakova (Principal Investigator)
Description
In diesem Projekt vergleichen wir die Integrationsverläufe der Flüchtlingen in Deutschland und der Ukraine. Dabei geht es um zwei Arten von Flüchtlingen . Für Deutschland, fokussieren wir auf geflüchtete Menschen, die ihre Heimatland zugunsten eines neues Landes aufgrund der humanitären Gründen verlassen müssten. Für die Ukraine werden die so genannten intern Vertriebene in Betracht gezogen - die Personen, die bei ihrer Flucht – im Unterschied zu Flüchtlingen im rechtlichen Sinn – keine Staatsgrenze überschritten haben und im eigenen Land verblieben sind. Da die zwei Gruppen sich stark im Bezug von Spracheffizienz in der Sprache der Aufnahmegesellschaft, Informationen und Netzwerke unterscheiden, erwarten wir betrachtliche Unterschiede in der Integration in die Gesellschaft und Arbeitsmarkt.
Year 2019
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50 Project

A Welcomed Separation: Understanding female migration in light of limited access to divorce

Authors Guri Tyldum
Year 2015
Journal Name Nordic Journal of Migration Research
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51 Journal Article

KoNkultura. Wymiary uczestnictwa w kulturze młodych imigrantów z Ukrainy w Polsce

Authors Marta Pietrusińska, Anna Jawor, Urszula Markowska-Manista
Year 2020
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52 Book

Economic Aspects of Ukrainian Migration to EU Countries

Authors Olga Kupets
Book Title Ukrainian Migration to the European Union
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53 Book Chapter

Ukrainian Migration Research Before and Since 1991

Authors Olena Malynovska, Bastian Vollmer
Book Title Ukrainian Migration to the European Union
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54 Book Chapter

The Mental Health of IDPs and the general population in Ukraine

Authors Irina Kuznetsova, Oksana Mikheieva, Jonathan Catling, ...
Description
The research's overarching objective was to explore the level of mental health issues and the situation surrounding the provision of mental health care utilization as a result of the conflict in eastern Ukraine. This includes both Internally Displaced People (IDPs) in Ukraine and people who were not affected by war (the general population) in government controlled areas. A mixed methodology was used, consisting of national surveys with IDPs (n=1000) and the general population the (n=1000) with a representative sample reflecting age, gender, and a territory. Also, interviews with professionals in mental health support and representatives of charities and international organisations were conducted (n=21).
Year 2019
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55 Report

'Rethinking identity' and migration in the Ukraine

Authors K Kratzmann
Year 2004
Journal Name ZEITSCHRIFT FUR VOLKSKUNDE
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56 Journal Article

Improving International Cooperation and R&D Road Infrastructure Strategy for Ukraine

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Ukraine plays a strategic role in facilitating East-West transport connections, the country’s strategic road network. It however, cannot handle the increasing traffic load due to insufficient technical parameters. The overall objective of the INCRIS coordinating action is to ensure that the cooperation capacities of Ukraine’s leading road research centre, the Shulgin State Road Research Institute (DNDI) are reinforced in order for it to foster its integration into the European Research Area and this improve road infrastructure in Ukraine through joint research. The project aims to establish strategic partnerships between DNDI and EU road research centres in order to facilitate knowledge sharing. The project will help DNDI to develop partnerships and set up joint research programmes through networking. It also aims to strengthen the ability of Ukrainian researchers to take part in future FP7 funded research projects through training on project management accompanied by secondment of DNDI staff at the Brussels office of the Forum of European National Highway Research Laboratories. The sharing and dissemination of knowledge between DNDI and research institutes in member states will be facilitated by setting up a bilingual website, translating scientific results of DNDI into English and disseminating them through various channels. A bilingual project brochure will also be produced and participation of DNDI researchers in international conferences in the partner countries will be supported. The project will also assist in building a research strategy for DNDI in order to increase its scope and regional coverage in Ukraine as well as to improve its responses to the socio-economic needs of the country. Eventually, the project will contribute to improve transport infrastructure in Ukraine through enabling researchers to find the best solutions, locally initiated or an adaption of existing know-how while taking the principle of sustainability into account.
Year 2011
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Sofiia Andrukhovych?s Felix Austria: the postcolonial neo-Gothic and Ukraine?s search for itself

Authors Vitaly Chernetsky
Year 2019
Journal Name CANADIAN SLAVONIC PAPERS
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59 Journal Article

The German Topos of Ukraine as a Lost Homeland: Ukrainian Topography in the Poem "Flight Into Kyiv" by Hans-Ulrich Treichel

Authors Ievgeniia Voloshchuk
Year 2018
Journal Name KYIV-MOHYLA HUMANITIES JOURNAL
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60 Journal Article

Ukrainian and Russian Immigrants in Poland: Whither Integration?

Authors Magdalena Lesińska
Book Title Migrant integration between homeland and host society. Volume 2, How countries of origin impact migrant integration outcomes : an analysis
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61 Book Chapter

Andrii Liubka's Carbide: Ukrainian democratic reforms through a dark glass

Authors Svitlana (Lana) Krys
Year 2019
Journal Name CANADIAN SLAVONIC PAPERS
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62 Journal Article

Regulating Movement of the Very Mobile: Selected Legal and Policy Aspects of Ukrainian Migration to EU Countries

Authors Monika Szulecka
Book Title Ukrainian Migration to the European Union
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63 Book Chapter

Migration of Ukrainians to the European Union: Background and Key Issues

Authors Marta Kindler, Olena Fedyuk
Book Title Ukrainian Migration to the European Union
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64 Book Chapter

Ukrainian Migration to Greece: from Irregular Work to Settlement, Family Reunification and Return

Authors Marina Nikolova, Michaela Maroufof
Year 2016
Book Title Ukrainian Migration to the European Union
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65 Book Chapter

Re-thinking the Revolution in Ukraine: The Jewish Experience, 1917-1921

Authors Larysa Bilous
Year 2019
Journal Name SLAVIC REVIEW
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66 Journal Article

STRUCTURAL CHANNELS FOR UKRAINIAN LABOUR MIGRATION IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC

Authors Wadim Strielkowski, Matthew R. Sanderson
Year 2013
Journal Name TRAMES-JOURNAL OF THE HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
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67 Journal Article

UKRAINIAN LABOUR MIGRATION AND REMITTANCES IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC

Authors Wadim Strielkowski, Blanka Weyskrabova
Year 2014
Journal Name Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie
Citations (WoS) 28
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68 Journal Article

Remembrance tourism in former multicultural Galicia: The revival of the Polish-Ukrainian borderlands

Authors Delphine Bechtel
Year 2016
Journal Name TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY RESEARCH
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69 Journal Article

Irregular and Illegal Migration through Ukraine

Authors Greta Uehling
Year 2004
Journal Name International Migration
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70 Journal Article

Problemy migrantów ekonomicznych w kontekście migracji zarobkowych obywateli Ukrainy do Polski

Year 2018
Journal Name Debiuty Naukowe Studentów Wyższej Szkoły Bankowej
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71 Journal Article

Basic Values, Ideological Self-Placement, and Voting: A Cross-Cultural Study

Authors Gian Vittorio Caprara, Michele Vecchione, Shalom H. Schwartz, ...
Year 2017
Journal Name Cross-Cultural Research
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72 Journal Article

Ukrainian national political organization abroad and their cultural and propagandistic activities during the First World war (1914-1918)

Authors D. V. Vyedyenyeyev
Year 2015
Journal Name NATIONAL ACADEMY OF MANAGERIAL STAFF OF CULTURE AND ARTS HERALD
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73 Journal Article

Contemporary Ukrainian Migration Problems in a Light of Euromaidan's Protests and War

Authors Janja Vollmaier Lubej
Year 2016
Journal Name ARS & HUMANITAS
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74 Journal Article

The Experience of Calling: Educational Aspects and Cross-Cultural Comparisons

Authors Yevhen Muliarchuk
Year 2017
Journal Name FUTURE HUMAN IMAGE-AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR PHILOSOPHY PSYCHOLOGY AND EDUCATION
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75 Journal Article

Developing circular mobility : observations from Ukraine

Authors Ekateryna IVASCHENKO-STADNIK
Year 2012
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76 Report

Historical features of the development of Armenian arms manufacturing in Ukraine

Authors Iryna Hayuk
Year 2016
Journal Name NATIONAL ACADEMY OF MANAGERIAL STAFF OF CULTURE AND ARTS HERALD
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77 Journal Article

Migrant Domestic Workers and Family Life

Authors Glenda Tibe Bonifacio, Maria Kontos
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78 Book

Ukraine - the USA: the questions of return and a restitution of cultural values

Authors Tatiyivska Inesa
Year 2016
Journal Name NATIONAL ACADEMY OF MANAGERIAL STAFF OF CULTURE AND ARTS HERALD
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79 Journal Article

Ukrainian Migration to the European Union

Authors Marta Kindler, Olena Fedyuk
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80 Book

Ethnicity, Labour and Mobility in the Contemporary Borderland. A Case Study of a Transcarpathian Township

Year 2014
Journal Name Central and Eastern European Migration Review
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81 Journal Article

Eastern Orthodoxy and national indifference in Habsburg Bukovina, 1774-1873

Authors Lucian N. Leustean
Year 2018
Journal Name Nations and Nationalism
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82 Journal Article

Readmission, voluntary return and reintegration in Ukraine

Authors Oleksii POZNIAK
Year 2013
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83 Report

Migration of Ukrainian Nationals to Portugal: The Visibility of a New Migration Landscape

Authors Sónia Pereira, Maria Lucinda Fonseca
Book Title Ukrainian Migration to the European Union
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84 Book Chapter

A Cross-Cultural Study of Midlife Relational and Sexual Health: Comparing Ukraine to the US and Turkey

Authors Chelom E. Leavitt, Eva S. Lefkowitz, Yudum Akyil, ...
Year 2020
Journal Name SEXUALITY & CULTURE-AN INTERDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL
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85 Journal Article

Readmission, return and reintegration of migrants in Ukraine : socio-political context

Authors Ekateryna IVASCHENKO-STADNIK
Description
The ambivalent socio-political processes that have accompanied the formulation of the Ukrainianposition on the readmission of various migrant groups from the EU, CIS and other countries havedetermined a high risk of the formation of a marginalized readmission space33 in its territory. Despitethe slow but steady progress made in the discussion on and development of a multilateral legal framework in this field, the institutional and implementation gap between what is currently in place inUkraine and internationally accepted standards for readmission,return and reintegration remainsessential. The high levels of xenophobia among the population of Ukraine in relation to certain ethnic groups,35 heated by the radical nationalist movements gaining popularity, have created geopoliticaland societal conditions for the diversion of public perception in a direction unfavorable to the future ofthe Ukrainian state and society. The current actualization of the strategic goals of the ‘EasternPartnership’ could be an incentiefor Ukraine to harmonize its political and legal systems, as well asto mobilize public resources for the implementation of comprehensive reforms related to migration.36
Year 2013
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86 Report

Comparative report : citizenship in Central and Eastern Europe

Authors Costica DUMBRAVA
Description
This report analyses contemporary citizenship laws of 17 countries from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), including 11 new EU member states (Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia) and 6 post-Soviet states (Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russia, and Ukraine).
Year 2017
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87 Report

IMAGE OF RUSSIA, BELARUS AND UKRAINE IN THE LANGUAGE AWARENESS OF POLISH PHILOLOGY STUDENTS (RESULTS OF THE LINGUISTIC EXPERIMENT)

Authors Marzanna Karolczuk
Year 2019
Journal Name ANUARI DE FILOLOGIA-LLENGUES I LITERATURAS MODERNAS
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88 Journal Article

National identity and public support for political and economic reform in Ukraine

Authors Stephen Shulman
Year 2005
Journal Name SLAVIC REVIEW
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89 Journal Article

HOME WITHOUT WALLS, WALLS WITHOUT HOME: CONSTRUCTING PHYSICAL AND SYMBOLIC TRANSNATIONAL LOCATIONS IN UKRAINIAN WOMEN'S MIGRATION TO ITALY

Authors Svitlana Odynets
Year 2018
Journal Name LABORATORIUM-RUSSIAN REVIEW OF SOCIAL RESEARCH
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90 Journal Article

MASS LABOUR MIGRATION IN THE VECTOR OF INTERNATIONAL TOURISM AS A DETERMINANT SIGN OF MODERN GLOBALIZATION

Authors Oleksii Hutsaliuk, Zinaida Smutchak, Ksana Sytnyk, ...
Year 2020
Journal Name TURISMO-ESTUDOS E PRATICAS
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91 Journal Article

Russian Revanche: External Threats & Regime Reactions

Authors Keith A. Darden
Year 2017
Journal Name DAEDALUS
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92 Journal Article

Ukrainian Migration to Poland: A “Local” Mobility?

Authors Marta Kindler, Zuzanna Brunarska, Monika Szulecka, ...
Book Title Ukrainian Migration to the European Union
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93 Book Chapter

The Intercultural Communication as a Tool of Multilingual Personality Formation in Modern Educational Space of Ukraine

Authors Viktoria Zagorodnova, Natalia Panova, Irina Cherezova, ...
Year 2019
Journal Name TARIH KULTUR VE SANAT ARASTIRMALARI DERGISI-JOURNAL OF HISTORY CULTURE AND ART RESEARCH
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96 Journal Article

Problematyka liczebności ludności polskiej na Ukrainie i ukraińskiej w Polsce

Authors Piotr Eberhardt
Year 2009
Journal Name Studia Migracyjne - Przegląd Polonijny
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97 Journal Article

When States Fail: The Politics of Orthodox Churches, Forced Displacement and Humanitarian Structures in Serbia and Ukraine

Authors Lucian N Leustean
Year 2020
Journal Name Journal of Refugee Studies
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98 Journal Article

Circular Migration Patterns: Migration between Ukraine and Poland

Authors Krystyna IGLICKA, Katarzyna GMAJ
Year 2010
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99 Report

Ukraine in the Context of New European Migrations

Authors Oleg V. Shamshur
Year 1992
Journal Name International Migration Review
Citations (WoS) 3
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100 Journal Article
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