Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, significant proportions of Ukraine’s population has gone on the move, the majority of whom are internally displaced.
“So, does it make sense to compare the arrival of more than a million people at Europe’s southern borders in 2015, with the arrival of more than 4 million people across borders between Eastern European countries in 2022 (so far)? And if so, what are the similarities and differences?”
These are the questions explored by Peace Research Institute Oslo) and (Research Director, PRIO and NCHS Co-Director) in their PRIO blog, Different Responses to Mobility at Europe’s Borders.(Research Professor,
You can read the full blog here.