The Ukrainian refugee crisis demands new solutions
Natural Human Behaviour (2022)
The mobility of refugees caused by the unprovoked, full-scale Russian aggression against Ukraine is distinct from mass movements of people previously experienced in Europe, including after the end of World War II. Within the 7 weeks of the war, the Russian invasion has forced 4.6 million people to flee the country and displaced more than 7.1 million people within Ukraine.
Evacuation Mobilities: emergency governance, aesthetics, and (mis)use in Ukraine
Prof. Peter Adey on the meaning and practices of ‘evacuation’, especially in the context of the war in Ukraine.