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People fleeing the conflict in eastern Ukraine board a train at Lviv train station, March 2022

The latest issue of Forced Migration Review is now online, with a major feature on ‘Ukraine: Insights and implications’.

The war on Ukraine has caused forced displacement on a scale and at a speed not witnessed in Europe since World War II. This issue seeks to address questions that have arisen out of the crisis, reflecting on the lessons learned from the immediate response and the implications for the international refugee and asylum system.

This issue is available in English, Ukrainian and Russian.


There will be an online launch event on 17 October at 13:00 London / 14:00 Brussels / 15:00 Kyiv.

Ukrainian and Russian interpretation will be provided upon request (see the registration form).