Ukraine: Migration Statistics, Policy and Humanitarian Responses
Displacement
Crisis Movements

What data are currently available on people on the move inside and outside Ukraine? Find the latest data on refugees, Third Country Nationals (TCNs), IDPs, specific vulnerabilities of people on the move, and missing migrants.

Protection Needs 2
Policy Response

Many countries have provided a swift response to the war in Ukraine and have agreed to take in Ukrainian war refugees under different immigration schemes and conditions. This section provides an overview of current international policy responses.

TCNs
Migration Overview

Get an overview of key migration data until 2021 to understand migration patterns, including migrant stocks, number of international students, labour migration and remittances.

Forced Displacement (Long Version)
Humanitarian Response

This section features humanitarian responses to an increasing number of people on the move inside and outside of Ukraine after the Russian Federation's military invasion in Ukraine in February 2022.

The implications of the current situation in Ukraine on migration and mobility are far-reaching. This page assembles public information to highlight available migration data, to contextualize mobility patterns, trends and impacts, and to provide an overview of the latest migration policies and humanitarian operations. 

Crisis Movements
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Forced Displacement (Long Version)
Migration Overview
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TCNs
Humanitarian Response
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Protection Needs (Long)
Policy Response
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Protection Needs 2
Events and Discussions

This section features  IOM and other public events in relation to the situation in Ukraine, and migration and displacement within and from the country.

Disclaimer: This webpage curates public information and data. The opinions expressed in this webpage are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the International Organization for Migration (IOM), nor its Member States and other stakeholders. The designations employed and the presentation of material throughout the webpage do not imply expression of any opinion or endorsement whatsoever on the part of IOM, its Member States and other stakeholders concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area, or of its authorities, or concerning its frontiers or boundaries. While the portal section "Ukraine: Migration Statistics, Policy and Humanitarian Responses" has been made possible with funding from the European Union, the German Federal Foreign Office and the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA) Switzerland, the contents on this section do not necessarily reflect their official policy or position.

German humanitarian assistance