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Poles and Ukrainians in daily contacts

A new study now on Polish- Ukrainian relations is now available for download

June 15, 2021 - New Eastern Europe - Hot Topics

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What do Poles and Ukrainians know about each other now? How do they imagine each other and the respective countries? How do they perceive relations between their countries? How exactly do they interact with each other? In which areas do they see opportunities for or limitations of cooperation?

This study, which results from the partnership of four institutions – the Warsaw and Kyiv offices of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, the Jan Nowak-Jeziorański College of Eastern Europe in Wrocław, and the Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism” from Kyiv – attempts to answer these questions. In August 2020 we began joint research into the perception of Ukraine and Ukrainians by Poles, and Poland and Poles by Ukrainians. We concluded our research in December 2020, resulting in the production of this report.

Download the report here


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