GUIDE FOR VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIES WITHIN THE SYSTEM OF PROVIDING PSYCHOLOGICAL, MEDICAL-PSYCHIATRIC, AND PSYCHIATRIC ASSISTANCE IN UKRAINE
Collection of Developments and Adapted Experience Materials from the Activities of the Hotline for Crisis Support of the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation
The war led to an increase in the number of unemployed and the expansion of the shadow labor market in Ukraine. Since the start of the full-scale war, 1,320,000 (28% of the total) workers in medium, small and micro businesses have been laid off, 18% have been furloughed, and 22% have had their wages reduced. According to the estimates of the Ministry of Economy, at the beginning of 2023, the number of unemployed was 2.6 million people, and according to the estimates of the NBU, about 4.2–4.8 million people.
The Ukrainian Veterans Foundation of the Ministry of Veterans Affairs and the Independent Anti-Corruption Commission — NAKO together with the Sociological Group "Rating" conducted a survey among Ukrainians to examine the issue of discrimination of different social groups in the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
The Ukrainian Veterans' Fund of the Ministry of Veterans together with the Sociological Group "Rating" conducted a survey among Ukrainians for the second time in order to understand how society's perception of the image of veterans has changed.
The survey was conducted on the initiative of the "Ukrainian Veteran Fund" of the Ministry of Veterans Affairs of Ukraine. Funded by the Sociological Group "Rating"
The study of the portrait of veterans of the Russian-Ukrainian war was carried out by the Ukrainian Veterans Fund of the Ministry of Veterans Affairs of Ukraine in July-August 2022, in cooperation with the sociological group "Rating" and Texty.org.ua.
Analytical information was developed by the Ministry of Veterans Affairs of Ukraine for state, private and international organizations working in the interests of war veterans and their families.