Study of Gender Specifics Of Forced Migration From Ukraine to the EU In the Military Conflict

January 30, 2024


The study of gender specifics of forced migration from Ukraine to the EU in the military conflict was made within the Ukraine Civil Society Sectoral Support Activity, implemented by ICAP Ednannia in consortium with the Ukrainian Centre for Independent Political Research (UCIPR) and the Centre for Democracy and Rule of Law (CEDEM) with the support of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The purpose of the project is to improve the operating environment for civil society and strengthen the institutional capacities of civil society organisations in order to advance the self-reliance of the civic sector in Ukraine.

Olga Pyshchulina

Leading Expert, Social and Gender Programmes

Born in 1966 in Kharkiv


School of Economics at the Kharkiv State (National) University (Kharkiv, Ukraine) (1989)

Summer Course on Human Rights, School of Human Rights Research, Faculty of Law, Utrecht University, The Netherlands (2001)

PhD in sociology (Candidate of Social Science) (1997), Honorable Economics of Ukraine (2012). I am an author more than 90 publishing and a Civil Servant of 3rd rank

Research Interests:

Structural deformation of the economic and social policy; Main problems with the national models of social policy implementation; The issue of income polarization; Ineffectiveness of state transfer policy; Failure of pension reform in Ukraine; Social protection programmers in Ukraine; Regulations of labour market; Gender issues

Experience as a civil servant in the Government’s employ:

Civil Servant of 3d rank. Total experience 12 years. The Head of Social Policy Department (since 2010), Principal Consultant of the Civil Society and Social Relationships Department (since 2003) National Institute for Strategic Studies

Experience as a Research Fellow:

Senior Researcher (1995–2001) , Researcher (1989–1995) School of Sociology, Karazin Kharkiv National University, School of Sociology (1997–2003)

Teaching Experience:

Associate Professor, School of Sociology, Karazin Kharkiv National University, School of Sociology (1997–2003)

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