From research: Can coworking spaces in Ukraine help to mitigate social disruptions caused by the Russian invasion?

Current crises reveal other purposes of coworking spaces than a mere meeting point of colleagues at work. doc. Marko Orel, Ph.D. et al. (2024) published a study in the European Journal of Cultural Studies investigating the role of coworking spaces in Ukraine in the light of the Russian invasion.

Coworking spaces in Ukraine shifted from workspaces to critical community support hubs. They needed to undergo adaptations such as automation, cost-efficiency measures, and flexible business practices to accommodate and support displaced persons.

Coworking spaces are dynamic entities that not only fight social disruption but also actively contribute to community resilience. Find more ways how coworking spaces in Ukraine helped to mitigate social disruptions caused by the Russian invasion at: