CReAM: Ukrainian Migration Information Hub
15 March 2022
Researchers at the Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration (CReAM) have created the Ukrainian Migration Information Hub to provide expert commentary and updates on the evolving migration situation.
The hub will provide data about population displacement from Ukraine as the crisis continues to unfold, including the breakdown of existing Ukrainian migrants across European countries, Ukrainian demographics and the visa and asylum policies of nations across Europe. The hub also highlights existing research on refugee migration and policy briefs to help inform integration policies.
CReAM, established in 2002 as a migration economics research centre, has since grown to incorporate research across a wide range of areas in applied economics. CReAM aims to inform the public debate on labour economics and migration in the UK and Europe by producing rigorous, cutting-edge research on topics relevant to public policy.
- Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration (CReAM)
- The Ukrainian Refugee Crisis: Six Elements of an Effective Response
- War in Ukraine: UCL academics provide expert comment and updates (11 March)
- School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES) on Ukraine