Kateryna Ivaschenko-Stadnik

PhD, research fellow, post-doc habilitation candidate (Topic: “Youth and Forced Displacement: issues of adaptation and integration”)

Kateryna Ivaschenko-Stadnik


Kateryna Ivaschenko-Stadnik (2017), The Social Challenge of Internal Displacement in Ukraine: The Host Community’s Perspective in Migration and the Ukraine Crisis: A Two-Country Perspective (edited by Pikulicka-Wilczewska A. and Uehling G.), E-International Relations, Bristol, 2017. ‒ pp. 25-48. (in English)

Kateryna Ivaschenko-Stadnik (2017), Too close or too far: contemporary challenges and opportunities of the Near Diasporas from a Country of origin perspective in Diasporas, nation states and mainstream societies in Central and Eastern Europe, Wien, ERSTE Foundation Working Series, Fellowship for Social Research, 2015-2016. ‒ 25 P. (in English)

Kateryna Ivashchenko-Stadnik (2015), The Impact of the Current Military Conflict on Migration and Mobility in Ukraine // Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies & Journal of Social Science Research Network, volume 15, no. RSCAS 2015/15, ‒ 36 P. (in English)

Kateryna Ivashchenko-Stadnik (2015), Ukraine one year on: the challenge of preventing a new migration crisis in central Europe / Migration Policy Centre Blog, March 13. ‒ 2 c.

Катерина Іващенко (2014), Українці між кризою та повсякденним життям: загальнонаціональні та реґіональні спостереження [Ukrainians between the crisis and everyday life: countrywide and regional observations] / Українське суспільство: моніторинг соціальних змін, том 1.‒ К.: ІСНАНУ, ‒ pp.351-364. (in Ukrainian)

Predborska I., Ivaschenko K., Roberst K. (2004), Youth Transitions in East and West Ukraine (with) // European Sociological Review, volume 20, n.5, – C. 403-413.

Kateryna Ivaschenko-Stadnik (2009),Ukrainian-Polish population transfers, 1944-1946: moving in opposite directions in Peter Gatrell and Nick Baron (eds.) Population Resettlement and State Reconstruction in Soviet-East European Borderland, 1945-1950s, Palgrave MacMillan, ‒ C.163-188.

Оксана Панькова, Екатерина Иващенко (2006),Забастовочное движение в Украине: тенденции и особенности // Социология: теория, методы, маркетинг. – №3. ‒ С. 236-248.

Kateryna Ivaschenko-Stadnik (2004),The Repatriation of Polish Citizens from Soviet Ukraine to Poland, 1918-24 in Peter Gatrell and Nick Baron (eds.) Homelands: War, Population and Statehood in Eastern Europe and Russia, 1918-1924, Anthem Press, ‒ C.119-137.

Kateryna Stadnik (2001),Inter-ethnic Coexistence in Ukraine: The Case of the Donetsk Region in Lord, Christopher & Strietska-Ilina, Olga (eds.) Parallel Cultures: Majority/minority relations in the countries of the former Eastern Bloc, Ashgate, ‒ C.209-243.



year Title of project, funder and role in project

Transitions to adulthood in present-day Ukraine, Georgia and Armenia / INTAS / Ukraine Team Leader


Theorizing the Evolution of European Migration Systems / NORFACE and University of Oxford / Country Research Partner


CARIM East - Consortium for Applied Research on International Migration / European University Institute /Coutry Expert

2015-2017 HORISON 2020. EUNPACK: A Conflict Sensitive Unpacking of the EU Comprehensive Approach to Conflict and Crisis Mechanism / Country Research Partner


Biographical information

Dr. KaterynaIvashchenko-Stadnik is a historian and sociologist currently enrolled as a research fellow of the Department of Methodology and Methods of social research, Institute of Sociology, National Academy of Sciences. She is a CEU graduate (Society and Politics, Prague 1992/1993 and Sociology, Warsaw 200-2004) and, since December 2016, is enrolled in the external Graduate course in International Development (University of London, under academic supervision of the London School of Economics). Previously she also worked as Social Policy Advisor in UNDP (Ukraine). She has got an extensive experience in cross-cultural and migration studies having acted as a Ukrainian team leader and country expert within a number of international research schemes.

She is interested in migration, human development, and creative industries. Her recent publications include articles on societal change since the conflict in Ukraine.