Ukraine’s National Minorities Trapped by the War: The Cases of Ethnic Romanians and Hungarians

The war in Ukraine has displaced civil society activists from various regions to western Ukraine, making it a hub of civil society activism. Ethnic Romanians and Hungarians have played significant roles in supporting refugees and advocating for human rights. The war has highlighted the need for more inclusive minority politics and presents an opportunity for Ukrainians to overcome identity-related tensions and build a more cohesive society.

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