Ukrainian Refugee Crisis Tests Luxembourg’s Humanitarian and Integration Policy

Michel Beine, Frédéric Docquier, Joël Machado, Birte Nienaber, Adolfo Sommarribas

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Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the resulting sanctions have contributed to accelerating the rise in commodity prices (including energy), triggering inflation, and exacerbating instability in an already convalescent Europe. The war has also sparked a massive refugee crisis, the most impressive in speed and size since World War II, whose economic impact is likely to be significant. As of mid-May, the stock of Ukrainian refugees who have fled their country due to the Russian invasion slightly exceeded 6 million, and some 8 million more were displaced internally.1 This refugee crisis imposes huge stress on the humanitarian protection regime and reception capacity of most European countries (...)
Original languageEnglish
TypeResearch Note
Media of outputResearch Luxembourg
PublisherResearch Luxembourg
Number of pages7
Publication statusPublished - 30 May 2022

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NameResearch Note
PublisherResearch Luxembourg


  • Ukrainian
  • refugees
  • Luxembourg
  • Integration

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