PhD in History, Associate Professor, Merited Education Worker of Ukraine Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv
PhD in History, Associate Professor National Institute for Strategic Studies
Abstract. The article deals with the features of Ukrainian migration policy and Ukrainian labour migration to Europe in the polycentric world order of the 21st century. It also considers the network-based social assistance programmes launched by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine to help Ukrainian citizens stranded abroad due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The purpose of this article is to perform a systemic analysis of the engagement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine with Ukrainian citizens and Ukrainian migrants abroad, including a range of programmes launched by the ministry and their impact on the management of migration processes during the pandemic.
The authors of the article emphasise the effectiveness of the implementation of network-based programmes in terms of mondialisation, whilst also giving recommendations on their possible adaptation and usage of the experience of diaspora policies and the diaspora.
Keywords: migration processes, migration policy, diaspora, foreign policy, diplomacy, institutionalisation, mondialisation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, COVID-19.
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