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Participants

Marcel Baron

Marcel Baron

Law student at the University of Warsaw. I have been interested in social and political life in Poland, in Europe and all over the world for many years. I’m interested in the European integration process since the beginnings of high school, where I had an opportunity to see the European Parliament in Strasbourg. There I could observe how work in European institutions looks like and from this moment work in European institutions became my dream. Moreover, I am also a huge fan of good movies and books.

Szymon Bondaruk

Szymon Bondaruk

Lawyer — currently working in an EU agency, PhD candidate in law — preparing his thesis in biojurisprudence. Previously engaged with ClientEarth, environmental law NGO. Additionally, he has gained his professional experience with Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights, the Polish Commissioner for Human Rights, Student Legal Clinic, the court, law firms, European Law Students’ Association and European Youth Parliament.

Jan Chmielewski

Jan Chmielewski

Absolwent Wydziału Prawa i Administracji Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, z zawodu prawnik zajmujący się prawami własności intelektualnej, członek warszawskiego Klubu Jagiellońskiego, w przeszłości zaangażowany w tworzenie partii politycznej Polska Razem. Naukowo zainteresowany wpływem globalnych norm na pozycję prawną obywateli. W wolnych chwilach podróżuje po Polsce.

Anna Ferlin

Anna Ferlin

A graduate of International Relations from the Collegium Civitas in Warsaw. Intern of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Poland. Her main areas of ​​interest are foreign policy and geopolitics of European countries. During her professional career, she gathered an experience in digital marketing as a social media manager and content designer. Currently also a student and a member of the Student Council of the International School of Costume and Fashion Design.

Łukasz Gadzała

Łukasz Gadzała

University of Warsaw graduate, currently a student of international relations at the University of Birmingham. His work is mainly centred on theories of international relations and great-power politics. He has published articles in several socio-political magazines, among others in Liberté! and Przegląd Polityczny.

Angelika Gieraś

Angelika Gieraś

She graduated of European studies, with honours, at the University of Warsaw. A member of the Polish Society for European Studies. She has completed internship at the Representation of the European Commission in Poland, the Ministry of Health and the european network information portals — Euractiv.pl. Participant of the project “Initiative for the environment: How to sell Europe?” which was organized by the European Volunteer Center of the University of Warsaw. She was European Union Careers Ambassador, currently lecturer at the Institute of European Studies at the University of Warsaw. Organizer of several scientific conferences at the University of Warsaw, as well as a speaker at several of them. Interested in the EU decision-making process and the role of the President of the European Council in the EU institutional system.

Maciej Giers

Maciej Giers

Vice-president of The Polish Forum of Young Diplomats, graduate of applied linguistics at the University of Warsaw. Former scholar of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation. In 2016 he participated in an international election observation mission to Slovakia. He has published his articles i.e. in “Przegląd Bałtycki”. In his free time he rides a bike, learns foreign languages, reads Dostojewski’s novels and travels to the East. As for now he has visited Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.

Maciej Gorazdowski

Maciej Gorazdowski

Student of University of Warsaw Faculty of Law and Administration as well as University of Warsaw Institute of Philosophy, since 2017 engaged in first observation programme of public gatherings in Poland organized by Amnesty International, intern at Embassy of the United States of America in Warsaw, involved in the development of NGOs of diplomatic profile (Polish Forum of Young Diplomats) and academic student societies (Comparative Law Society of WPiA UW), political commentator, amateur blogger.

Edgar Kobos

Edgar Kobos

Student at the Koźmiński University in Warsaw.Member of the Council of Children and Youth at the Ministry of National Education and the of the Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship Youth Council. Scholarship holder of the Prime Minister in 2017-2018. He has the distinction of “Meritorious Honorary Blood Donor of the Third Degree, awarded by the Polish Red Cross.

Magdalena Kociara

Magdalena Kociara

Ukończyła studia licencjackie na kierunku stosunki międzynarodowe na UKSW. Jestem w trakcie studiów na kierunku politologia II stopnia, specjalizacja Dyplomacja i Analityka Polityczna, UKSW. Odbywałam praktyki w Europejskim Centrum Konsumenckim i w Instytucie Spraw Publicznych, w którym badałam zgodność polityk samorządów polskich ze standardami Deklaracji UN praw człowieka w kontekście osób niepełnosprawnych.

Kamil Laskowski

Kamil Laskowski

Second-year student at the College of Inter-Area Individual Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Warsaw. Within the College he focuses on studying Law, but he also attended Art History and Sociology classes. He worked for Sinfonia Varsovia and organized a few music festivals. This year he participates in the Warsaw Philharmonic Volunteer Programme. As a beginning music journalist he interviewed polish and foreign artists for the newsletter issued by Warsaw Philharmonic Education Department. His main field of scientific interest is legal philosophy, whereas his favourite leisure activities are opera and reading books by acclaimed writers.

Edyta Małaszkiewicz

Edyta Małaszkiewicz

Student in International Relations and a graduate in German Studies at the University of Lodz. She studied at the University of Bremen (Universität Bremen) as part of the GFPS-Polska scholarship and at the Justus Liebig University in Gießen (Justus-Liebig-Universität). During her studies, she participated in educational projects, f.e. “Against the Wind. Resistance in the society and in my life.” and the fifth edition of the project “Mentoring-Absolwent VIP” at the University of Lodz. She gained experience in the field of translation at the Marek Edelman Dialogue Center in Lodz. At work she uses German and English on a daily basis. She is interested in politics and social issues, in particular the position of women in various regions of the world. She is passionate about foreign languages. During her bachelor studies, she learned Dutch and now she is learning Arabic.

Patrycja Pikała

Patrycja Pikała

Recent graduate from the University of Warsaw in the field of European Studies and Applied Linguistics. She has had an opportunity to study at the Maastricht University and the University of East Anglia. In the past, she volunteered in youth organizations, both in Warsaw and Maastricht, and she now continues her cooperation with KN Nippo. Her field of expertise is the relationship between the Asia-Pacific region and the EU. She currently works for several language schools in Warsaw.

Weronika Sarnowska

Weronika Sarnowska

Holds a BA. in European Social and Political Studies from the University College London. Started her professional career in public sector advisory at a consulting firm KPMG — her experience includes IT and customer experience advisory for the HM Revenues & Customs. Currently works as a consumer behaviour researcher and analyst. Interested in the application of new technologies for civil society development; in the past worked at the Centrum Cyfrowe thin-tank and served as a mentor for the participants of a hackathon organised by the National Museum in Warsaw. Left-wing activist, involved in initiatives around women’s rights in Poland. A big reportage fan, she is a laureate of a journalist competition organised by the European Commission Representation in Poland.

Oleksandr Shevchenko

Oleksandr Shevchenko

He has graduated from the faculty of international relations at the Odessa National University (2012) and the East European Studies at the University of Warsaw (2018). Worked in the Department of European Integration of the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine and at the Odessa National University, where he conducted seminars on the subjects of “Foreign Policy of the Russian Federation” and “Current Problems of the Black Sea Region”. He participated in a lot of scientific conferences concerning Polish-Ukrainian relations, author of scientific articles in Polish and Ukrainian scientific journals. From 2018, he is a student of post-graduate studies at the Institute of Political Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences.

Donat Skorochod

Donat Skorochod

A graduate of International Relations at the Jagiellonian University. Professional experience gained in student and non-governmental organizations. Currently a student at the University of Warsaw in the field of International Relations. He specializes in foreign policy of Poland and the EU with the countries of the former USSR, India and East Asia.

Karolina Szymońska

Karolina Szymońska

Student of the third year of European Studies and Law in University of Warsaw. As part of European Studies, in May this year she was in the group of people who won the competition about promotion of the European Union. Project “The EU is female too” was about important role of women in the European Union. In everyday life she is passionate about Polish and European politics. Her goal is to be the part of the institutions of European Union and be able to live her dream of the European Union as a unity in its diversity.

Magdalena Żarnawska

Magdalena Żarnawska

She has graduated from Sociology and Social Anthropology at the Institute of Applied Social Sciences at the University of Warsaw. For two years she was a volunteer at the Academic Radio Kampus. She is a big enthusiast and practitioner of the Forum Theatre Method. In recent years she has collaborated with various NGOs, e.g. 4YOUth Foundation for Supporting Youth Initiatives, Centre for Women’s Rights and ATD Poland. Currently she is working in Stowarzyszenie 61.