From the first days of the full-scale war, the targets of the Russian shelling were educational infrastructure facilities – school buildings, kindergartens, universities.
As a part of the eighth wave of the “Ukraine during the war” project, the Sociological Group “Rating” conducted a study of the psychological markers of the war: the strategies of adaptation to stressful situations as well as the levels of resilience and psychological exhaustion.
The survey was conducted by the Razumkov Centre’s sociological service at the border crossing points in Ukraine’s Zakarpatia region (Uzhgorod, Malyi Bereznyi, and Chop (Tisa).
The Cedos Think Tank works to monitor the impact of the war on the movement of populations within the country and abroad. With this work, Cedos seeks to record the most important decisions and events in the field and to outline the key challenges.
VoxUkraine has explained what makes Ukrainians different from Russians.
Who are Ukrainians? What is their identity, what is their political culture? In which way are they different from Russians? What is Ukrainian political tradition?
The opinion poll was conducted by Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation in collaboration with the Center for Political Sociology during February 1–12, 2022.
Data Journalism Agency TEXTY has illustrated the readiness of Ukrainians to resist the Russian invasion.
Serhii Shapovalov, analyst at Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation, has analysed how the public consciousness of Ukrainians has changed since 2014.