Presentation on the J. A. Zayonchkovskaya Report, «Migrants from Central Asia to Russia»February 27, 2014, 06:00
February 25, Bishkek – Public lecture by Russian migration and demography expert Janny Zayonchkovskaya on her report “Migrants from Central Asia to Russia.”
Ms. Zayonchkovskaya talked about the migration situation in Russia and among former Soviet countries, explored the topic of refugees’ and IDP (internally displaced persons’) integration into Russian society, illegal migration from third world countries, “brain drain,” and Russian scientists’ adaptation to living in Western countries.
Please explore Ms. Zayonchskovskaya’s report further:
Ms. Zayonchovskaya was in Bishkek at the invitation of the “Roza Otunbayeva Initiative” International Public Foundation.
Janny Antonovna Zayonchovskaya is the head of laboratory analysis and migration forecasting at the Institute for Economic Forecasting, as well as the president of the Center for the Study of Forced Migration in the CIS. Since 2013, she has been a federal migration judge and member of the Migration Board of the Russian Federation. She specializes in migration between Russia and former Soviet republics, resettlement issues and labor market urbanization.