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Prague : Charles University, Faculty of Science, 2016
179 stran, 8 nečíslovaných stran obrazových příloh : barevné ilustrace, mapy ; 23 cm

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ISBN 978-80-7444-048-9 (brožováno)
Předchází publikaci: Monitoring of migration data and policy changes conducted in Ukraine, Poland, Czechia and Slovakia (September 2015-June 2016)
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Table of contents // INTRODUCTORY REMARKS Dušan Drbohlav. Marta Jaroszewicz // The Security situation in Ukraine 15 // Migration trends in Ukraine before conflict eruption 16 // EU migration crisis 16 // Conflict and migration. Nuanced links 16 // Research methodology 18 // Acknowledgments 20 // References 21 // CHAPTER 1 // Ukranian migration abroad during the contemporary crisis: economic reasons still prevail Iryna Sushko, Kateryna Kulchytska, Daryna Koriagina (“Europe without Barriers") // Oleksiy Pozniak (The Ptukha Institute of Demography and Social Studies, // National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine) // 1.1 Introduction 24 // 1.1.1 Migration patterns of Ukrainian citizens prior to 2014 24 // 1.1.2 Emergence of IDPs since 2014 28 // 1.2 Own research 31 // 1.2.1 Research methodology 31 // 1.2.2 Experts 31 // 1.2.3 Labour migrants 32 // 1.2.4 Internally Displaced Persons 34 // 1.3 Main results of the research 35 // 1.3.1 New migration patterns and models 35 // 1.3.2 Migrants’ assessment of the migration situation 39 // 1.3.3 The situation of IDPs and their possible migration aspirations 44 // 1.4 Conclusions and recommendations 51 // References 53 // Annex 54 // CHAPTER 2 // Ukrainian migration to Poland after the ’Revolution of Dignity’: old trends or new exodus? // Marta Jaroszewicz, Tomasz Piechal (Centre for Eastern Studies - OSW) // 2.1 Introduction 60 // 2.2 The migratory situation in Poland 61 // 2.2.1 Available data 61 // 2.2.2 Roots of migration and policy
evolution 64 // 2.3 Role of Ukrainian migration in Poland 67 // 2.4 Own research 71 // 2.4.1 Methodology 71 // 2.4.2 Results of the empirical research 72 // 2.5 Conclusions 87 // References 89 // Annex 90 // CHAPTER 3 // Current Ukrainian migration to Czechia - refuge for economic migrants rather than for refugees Dušan Drbohlav, Markéta Seidlová (Geomigrace, Department of Social Geography and Regional Development, Faculty of Science, Charles University) // 3.1 Introduction 96 // 3.2 Migration in Czechia in brief 97 // 3.2.1 Economic and political context 97 // 3.2.2 Migration policy 97 // 3.2.3 Composibon of the migrant population 98 // 3.3 Ukrainians in Czechia 99 // 3.3.1 History 99 // 3.3.2 After 1993 99 // 3.3.3 After 2014 ?0 // 3.4 Own empirical interview ?7 // 3.4.1 Research questions and methodology 107 // 3.4.2 Main results ?9 // 3.5 Conclusions and discussion 122 // References 124 // Annex 125 // CHAPTER 4 // Growing migration of Ukranians into Slovakia: new migration patterns // as a result of the unstable situation in Ukraine // Vladimír Benc (Research Centre of the Slovak Foreign Policy Association) // 4.1 Introduction 130 // 4.2 Migration in the Slovak Republic 131 // 4.2.1 Regular migrabon to Slovakia 131 // 4.2.2 Labour migration 132 // 4.2.3 Visa policy towards Ukrainian citizens 135 // 4.2.4 Irregular migration & Asylum seekers 136 // 4.3 Own research 141 // 4.3.1 Methodology 141 // 4.3.2 Slovak Migration Experts 141 // 4.3.3 Ukrainian migrants to Slovakia
154 // 4.4 Conclusions 163 // References 165 // Annex 166 // CONCLUDING REMARKS // Dušan Drbohlav, Marta Jaroszewicz // Influence of conflict: IDPs and new migration flows 170 // Different factors influencing migration 172 // Circular and permanent migration 172 // IDPs’ and migrants’ integration 173 // Policy measures 174 // What may the future look like? 175 // Conceptual issues 175 // Relationships between voluntary and forced migration movements 176 // Trajectories of migration development of the Visegrad group countries studied 176 // Migrants’ strategies in terms of using short-term circular versus long-term // or permanent migration 177 // References 179
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