Lecture by Anastasiya Ryabchuk “Forced Migration in the Modern World”

Anastasiya Ryabchuk

We invite you to attend a lecture by Anastasiya Ryabchuk “Forced Migration in the Modern World” as part of the public program for the "I Feel You" exhibition.

The event will take place on Friday, June 7, at 19:00 on the 4th floor of the PinchukArtCentre in the format of an online lecture.

Admission is free by prior registration:

The artists of the exhibition “I Feel You” address global issues that resonate and concern us. One of these topics is the experience of forced migration. Fatma Bucak's artwork Damascus Rose tells about the need to adapt to new conditions and at the same time find inspiration to overcome obstacles. Felipe Baeza in his artwork Unrecognizable form, refusing to be governed explores how identity changes in the context of forced migration.

During Anastasiya Ryabchuk's lecture, we will address topical issues of forced migration, examine trends and directions of migration flows in the world, global challenges and prospects for migration. We will also compare the Ukrainian experience of forced migration with other countries. In addition, the lecturer will share the results of her research on Ukrainian refugees in France and answer questions from the audience.

Anastasiya Ryabchuk is an associate professor at the Department of Sociology at the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy and a researcher at the School of Anthropology at the University of Oxford.