mgr Mateusz Krępa


A graduate of international relations and internal security, currently a PhD candidate at the Doctoral School of Social Sciences at the University of Warsaw in the Security Science discipline. The subject of his doctoral dissertation concerns non-governmental organizations helping migrants in Poland in the context of security ideology. In the past, an employee of public administration, performing tasks in Poland, Greece and Italy, including direct work with migrants.

Research interests focus on critical security studies and the history of political thought in the context of migration and security. Ideology critique, the concepts of the state of emergency, sovereignty and citizenship, as well as the ideas of cosmopolitanism and emancipation are of particular importance in the conducted research.


– M. Krępa (2020), EU, states, and NGOs – multi-agency response to refugee crisis and its challenges for EU values in: A. Kłos, J. Misiuna, M. Pachocka, A. Szczerba-Zawada  (eds.), Connecting the European Union of shared aims, freedoms, values and responsibilities.  European Union and its values: freedom, solidarity, democracy, Warsaw: Polish European Community Studies Association (PECSA)–Cedewu, pp. 87-96;

– M. Krępa (2020), Możliwości kształtowania narzędzi bezpieczeństwa RP w kontekście migracji in: P. Grochmalski, P. Lewandowski, P. Paszak (eds.), Polska racja stanu w perspektywie globalnych przemian, Warsaw: Wydawnictwo Akademii Sztuki Wojennej, pp. 235-253.


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