After the two years of conflict in Ukraine, the IDPs are still perceived as semi-fellows and semi-citizens, limited in their access to social life.
Author profile: Kateryna Ivashchenko-Stadnik
Kateryna Ivashchenko-Stadnik is a Research Fellow at the Department of Methodology and Methods of Social Research at the Institute of Sociology of the National Academy of Sciences – an institutional partner of the European Social Survey in Ukraine. She previously worked as a Social Policy Advisor for the United Nations Development Programme (Ukraine) and as a cultural curator (Arthouse Traffic, SOTA Cinema Group). She has extensive experience in cross-national studies and has acted as a Ukrainian country expert within a number of international research schemes with a focus on social change, migration and mobility. Her recent publications include: ’The Impact of the Current Military Conflict on Migration and Mobility in Ukraine’ (Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies & Journal of Social Science Research Network) and ‘Ukraine one year on: the challenge of preventing a new migration crisis in central Europe’ (Migration Policy Centre Blog).