Internal migration in Ukraine caused by the war in 2022 and its consequences on social and migration processes in Ukraine and abroad

ČSDA se vás dovoluje pozvat na přednášku naší nové kolegyně Olgy Zhmurko. Vystoupí v rámci Čtvrtečních seminářů tento čvtrtek 26. května od 14.00 v zasedací místnosti 207 a současně bude přednáška přenášena přes Zoom. Seminář je volně přístupný, jen pro zaslání odkazu na Zoom je potřeba se regostrovat ZDE.


A survey on Internally Displaced Persons will be presented - the social group which appeared in Ukrainian society in 2014, and because of the full-scaled aggression in 2022 increased by 5 times.

What are the basic needs of the group, and how does the internal displacement impact the external one? Are there strategies for the integration of people into their new communities? These and other questions will be covered during the presentation and Q&A session.

Olga Zhmurko, M.A. is a researcher, founder, and head of the research agency VoxPopuli in Kyiv, Ukraine. Because of the war she moved to the Czech Republic in March 2022 and joined the team of the Institute of Sociology. Now, she is a researcher in Czech Social Data Archive.

Olga has more than 10 years of sociological research experience; she organized and coordinated projects on labour migration, employment, public health, quality of school education, inclusive education in the schools of Ukraine, etc. Olga is specialized in methodology and qualitative methods.

 The seminars will be held in English in hybrid mode. The lecture is freely accessible. To get a link to Zoom, you need to register on the event website –

The organization of the seminar was supported by the project LM2018135 Czech Social Science Data Archive, for which a subsidy from the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports was provided from the earmarked support of large research infrastructures.