Mariia Tyshchenko's research concerns the politics of gender inclusion of Internal and external Ukrainian refugees in the context of the War. This project will address the gender gaps regarding the impact of war on the population of modern Ukraine and Ukrainian refugees in foreign countries. The project will contribute to the identification of obstacles and limitations for women’s social inclusion in decision-making in wartime and in the post-war period, and develop corrective measures for such blocks, both by means of state policy and through activities of civil society institutions in Ukraine and in countries that receive Ukrainian migrants. Through her NGO Poruch, she has launched human rights projects focusing on women and young people with disabilities. She has also engaged herself in the Peace Schools project targeting children, teachers, students, and sometimes parents and local authorities. The aim is to communicate messages of non-violence and prevent conflict.