The war in Ukraine evokes the most significant refugee influx in Europe, with women and children making up the vast bulk of those who have fled.
Since the start of the invasion of Ukraine, at least 12 million people have left their homes, according to the United Nations. More than five million people have fled to other nations, while seven million are thought to be internally displaced in Ukraine.
The cities and towns of Europe are teeming with Ukrainians needing immediate medical attention, psychological counselling, and housing for worried parents, terrified kids, frail elderly people, and many others who have no identification or material possessions but only mental and physical scars of war.
This war has posed a significant social and humanitarian problem for many European states and their society, both inside and outside the EU, due to the extraordinary migration of people it has brought about…
– Saume Saptaparna Nath is a Research Associate at the KRF Center for Bangladesh and Global Affairs (CBGA).