The Friedrich Ebert Foundation, New Eastern Europe and Jan Nowak-Jezioranski College of Eastern Europe in Wroclaw would like to invite you
to the presentation of our report „Poles and Ukrainians in daily contacts“
(Polish time, 14:00 Ukrainian time)
Poland and Ukraine are linked not only by 535 kilometers of a common border, but also by a long and sometimes painful common history. In recent years, the two countries have been increasingly connected by the unprecedented economic migration of Ukrainians to Poland, which has largely reshaped interactions between Poles and Ukrainians. The opinion-polls based research, conducted by the Representations of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Ukraine and Poland, Foreign Policy Council Ukrainian Prism and the College of Eastern Europe in Wroclaw (New Eastern Europe magazine) revealed that mutual perceptions, stereotyping and associations have been marked by this new migration wave, as well as by the developments in bilateral political relations, security situation in the region and recent memory wars.
Nadiia Koval, head of research and analytics at the Ukrainian Institute, formerly head of Central and Western European studies at Foreign Policy Council Ukrainian Prism (2015-2020)
Iwona Reichardt, Jan Nowak-Jezioranski College of Eastern Europe in Wroclaw
Marta Jaroszewicz, Centre of Migration Research
Piotr Andrusieczko, correspondent in Ukraine and Eastern Europe, Outriders
Moderator: Agnieszka Lichnerowicz, radio TOK FM
The live-stream will also be available at NEE’s and FES’s Facebook.
The debate will be translated into Polish and English.