Specialisation: BELARUS, AFRICA, MIGRATION, MINORITIES, ISLAM, MEDITERRANEAN SEA
Researcher, analyst, publicist, and commentator of the international affairs. PhD candidate at the Institute of Political Science at the Cardinal Wyszynski University in Warsaw (UKSW). Graduate of the Master in Euro-Mediterranean Affairs (MEMA), an academic project covering politics, economy and culture of the Mediterranean area, co-organized by 16 universities from 7 countries of the region. Conducted field research in South Sudan, Nigeria, Ukraine and others. Worked with numerous international institutions and media outlets, including Culture Action Europe, Council of Europe, Amnesty International, Royal United Services Institute, Al-Jazeera English, The Guardian, Office for Foreigners. Lectured at postgraduate course “Politics and culture in Africa and Asia”, Institute of Mediterranean and Oriental Cultures, Polish Academy of Science, Warsaw; authored and taught seminars “Balkans” and “Social Communication” at the UKSW. Expert of several think-tanks, including Casimir Pulaski Foundation, the Open Dialog Foundation, Amicus Europae. Specializes in analysis of international affairs that combine security dimension with new social and cultural phenomena. Researches flows of information and a global context of migrations.
Place of residence: Warsaw