FRA launches a survey on persons displaced from Ukraine

The war in Ukraine has forced millions of people to seek safety for themselves and loved ones in neighbouring EU countries. How were they treated?

The EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) launches a survey to find out, asking people who arrived in the EU after fleeing the war in Ukraine about their experiences. The findings of the survey will guide the agency's advice to the EU and host countries as they fine-tune their support.

The survey is open to the experiences and views of all adults and their children who left Ukraine to come to the EU to escape the war. The questions cover issues related to work, education, housing and healthcare. The survey also includes questions about language learning, integration, as well as experiences of discrimination and racism.

The survey is completely anonymous. It is possible to answer the questions on a desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone. By answering the survey questions, the agency can understand people's real-life experience in a range of areas. The answers will help highlight the needs of each community.

Who can take part in the survey: people who have fled the war in Ukraine. This can be Ukrainian citizens as well as other people who were living in Ukraine when the war started and now stay in Bulgaria, Czechia, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Spain. 

As a FRANET member, Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini is offering all its support to reach as many people as possible to collect a solid base of responses. 

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