Refugee reception in the shadow of Russia’s war in Ukraine – perspectives from Scandinavia and the UK

Drawing on their ongoing research, Mette Louise Berg, Line Grüner, Anders Neergaard, Andrea Verdasco, and Silke Zschomler discuss refugee reception policies in Denmark, Sweden, and the UK, and the obstacles involved in refugee social inclusion and integration in local communities. Continue reading Refugee reception in the shadow of Russia’s war in Ukraine – perspectives from Scandinavia and the UK

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The Ukrainian Refugee Crisis: Six Elements of an Effective Response

Professor Christian Dustmann and Professor Ian Preston identify six steps public policy-makers in the EU and the UK can take in response to the latest immigration wave facing Europe, based on lessons learnt from previous refugee crises. Continue reading The Ukrainian Refugee Crisis: Six Elements of an Effective Response

Quick thoughts on the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine and among its neighbours

Brad Blitz, Professor of International Politics and Policy in the Institute of Education identifies key considerations for European states, and their partners, as they manage a a humanitarian and refugee crisis following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Continue reading Quick thoughts on the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine and among its neighbours