Refugees and Migrants
Climate Governance & Green Economy
European Union Integration
Nordic-/Baltic-Ukraine Civil Society Initiatives
Social Trends
Democracy, Institutions & Digitalization

Working Group I “Refugees and Migrants

Oslo Metropolitan University (OsloMet)
regional diversity, local government, Ukrainian refugees

Vilnius University
migration, family, gender

University of Gothenburg
Ukraine, migration, transnationalism

Uppsala University, University of Oxford
anthropology, displacement, Temporary Protection

SEGES Innovation P/S, Aarhus
migration, labour market, Central-Eastern Europe

Oksana Žabko

Baltic Institute of Social Sciences, Latvia
labour migration, social inclusion, adult education

University of Helsinki
labour, migration, racialisation

Toni Ahvenainen

Migration Institute of Finland
migration, regional studies, cultural studies

Markku Mattila

Migration Institute of Finland
history of ideas, cultural history, population policy

Zane Varpina

Stockholm School of Economics Riga, BICEPS
demography, higher education, skills

Oslo Metropolitan University (OsloMet)
migration, citizenship, nation building

Eleonora Narvselius

Lund University
Ukrainian studies, ethnology, memory studies

Inta Mierina

University of Latvia
migration, integration, social capital

University of Gothenburg
mobility, transnational familes, forced migration

Aalborg University, Uzhhorod National University
labor migration, forced migration, youth

University of Latvia
migration, integration, labour market

Zachary Whyte

University of Copenhagen
refugees, asylum, housing

University of Agder
migration, geopolitics, comparative religion

Stockholm School of Economics in Riga
migration, higher education, business

University of Tartu
migration, inequality, integration

University of Southern Denmark
primary and lower secondary education, migration, (trans)nationalism

University of Southern Denmark
teaching education, language skills, cultural adaptations

Malmö University and DeZIM
protection-seekers; (labour market) integration; qualitative methods

Finnish Youth Research Society
identity, youth, migration

Sigita Struberga

University of Latvia; NGO “Women for Security”
resilience and societal security, disinformation, Russian-speaking communities

Stockholm University
language in society, critical sociolinguistics, linguistic landscapes

Vilnius University and Lithuanian Center for Social Sciences
ethnicity, identity, inclusion

Working Group II “Climate Governance & Green Economy

Stockholm University
climate, democracy & human rights, EU integration, resilience

University of Vaasa, NaUKMA
circular economy, green public procurement, environmental policy

Stockholm International Peace Research Institute
environmental security, food and agriculture, geopolitics

Södertörn University
coastal and marine sustainability, environmental governance

Riga Technical University
bioeconomy, energy efficiency, renewable energy & climatneutrality

Rinata Kazak

Linköping Univerisity, Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University
climate policy, ecocide, sustainable development

Danish Institute for International Studies
energy security, green transition, Central and Eastern Europe

Aalborg University, Kyiv School of Economics
financial markets, derivatives, monetary policy

Working Group III “European Union Integration

University of Agder
European integration, EU-Ukraine relations, decentralization

Stockholm Centre for Eastern European Studies
Ukraine, Russia, politics

International Centre for Defence and Security
European security, EU foreign and security policy, EU enlargement

University of Bergen
EU acquis, approximation of laws, Intellectual Property

Independent expert
Europeanization, crisis resilience, public administration

Norwegian University of Science and Technology
EU foreign policy, security and defence, Eastern Neighbourhood

Sergejs Potapkins

Latvian Institute of International Affairs
EU enlargements, security, Latvian Foreign Affairs

Working Group IV “Nordic-/Baltic-Ukraine Civil Society Initiatives

Nordic Ukraine Forum, Kyiv School of Economics
identity, memory, vision

Alexander Tymczuk

Telemark Research Institute
labour migration, care practices, corruption

University of Latvia, #ScienceForUkraine
digital cultural heritage, memory studies, Ukraine support initiatives

Malmö University, NGO “Poruch”
social cohesion, gender, NGO

Eric Adamson

Nordic Ukraine Forum,
World Jewish Congress
civil society, foreign policy, NATO

Malmö University, NGO “Kyiv Gender Studies Institute”
sociology, gender, migration

Thomas Rosén

University of Gothenburg
Slavic languages, Ukrainian history and culture

Finnish Institute of International Affairs CEPA
Northern European security, NATO, German foreign and security policy

Nord University
charity and development assistance, social impact measurement, re-training of veterans and IDPs

Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE) and FREE Network
gender, public opinion, Ukraine

Working Group V “Social Trends

University of Eastern Finland, V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University
politics of identity, border studies, forced migration

University of Bergen
Ukrainian literature, language and history

Yuliya Yurchuk

Södertörn University
memory politics, nationalism, colonialism

University of Copenhagen
anthropology, post-communist society, coexistence

University of Oslo
Ukraine, Russo-Ukrainian war, culture and politics

OsloMet, V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University
Ukrainian studies, social cohesion, Ukrainian refugees

Lund University
Memory, ethnicity and language

The European Wergeland Centre, Oslo
migration, integration, education for democracy

Kateryna Karhina

University of Bergen
social capital, public health, gender

Södertörn University
history, imperial histories of Ukraine and Eastern Europe

University of Eastern Finland
collective memory, social cohesion, democratic consolidation

Oslo Metropolitan University
war, safety, journalism

University of Gothenburg, Bogomolets National Medical University, Kyiv
public health, social medicine, statistics

University of Bergen,
Ukrainian literature, language, history

Working Group VI “Democracy, Institutions, Digitalization & Anti-Corruption

University of Agder
democracy, institutions and reforms, EU-Ukraine relations

University of Tartu
digital democracy, open governance, Ukraine

Kateryna Latysh

Vilnius University / Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University
criminal justice, investigation process, digital forensics/evidence

Nord University Business School
public sector finance, social impact measurement, democracy

Finnish Institute of International Affairs
institutional change, Russia, EU’s Eastern neighbourhood

University of Iceland
Ukraine Project at the University of Iceland, democratic constitutional design, Soviet history

University of Oslo, The Wilfried Martens Centre Academic Council
social movements, hybrid regimes, political transformation, Ukraine

Oslo Metropolitan University
democracy, institutions, memory politics

Žaneta Ozoliņa

University of Latvia, Latvian Transatlantic Organization Women for Security
security, Europeanization, strategic communication

Mid Sweden University
migration, risk communication and crisis management, disinformation

University of Agder
municipalities, digitalization, cyber attacks

Stockholm School of Economics in Riga, Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences
entrepreneurship, shadow economy, economic policy

The Norwegian Helsinki Committee
war crimes, Revolution of Dignity, popular culture in times of war

UiT – The Arctic University of Norway
human rights, international criminal justice, public international law

Stockholm University
capacity building, international training, financing, management, partnerships

University of Copenhagen
international criminal law, public international law, international dispute settlement

University of Tartu
democracy, governance, elections

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