Ukraine at Turning Point

Ukraine at Turning Point

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Debunking Disinformation & Fake News on Ukraine's Labour Migration -

The Hungarian Europe Society together with Europe Without Barriers organised a workshop entitled "Ukraine at Turning Point - Debunking Disinformation & Fake News on Ukraine's Labour Migration" on 20 May 2019 in Budapest. The event was part of the "Promoting evidence-based media coverage of labour migration from Ukraine to V4 countries" project supported by the International Visegrad Fund.

PROGRAM

PRESENTATIONS

Attila Bartha (Center for Social Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences and Corvinus University of Budapest, Associate Professor; member of the Hungarian Europe Society): Beyond Ukrainian Labour Market Migration to Hungary: Economic Rationales and Discursive Patterns of Hungarian Labour Migration Policy

Ruslan Minich (Analyst, Europe Without Barriers, Kyiv): Ukraine's Labour Migration: Facts v Public Discourse

Erik Uszkiewicz (Vice-Chairperson, Hungarian Europe Society): Myths and Stereotypes about Ukrainian Labour Migration in Hungary

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