New PSR Report: Humanitarian impacts of the first year of the Russian war in Ukraine February 24, 2023

Friday, February 24th, was the one year anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. This past year has resulted in catastrophic consequences on civilians in Ukraine, as well as those who fled or were forcibly displaced. Many of these consequences will have lasting impacts for Ukrainians, and the country as a whole as the war wages on. Meanwhile, there has been no news of effective or meaningful negotiations between the U.S., Ukraine and Russia to bring about a peaceful end to this war. 

In commemoration of the lives lost and destroyed throughout this war so far, PSR put together a report compiling the humanitarian impacts that the war has had this past year. This report helps to illustrate the grim, traumatic reality that millions of Ukrainians and other people fleeing this senseless war have had to face since the Russian invasion. 

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