Marta Jaroszewicz, PhD, assistant professor at the Centre of Migration Research since October 2019 as a principal investigator of project “Securitisation (de-securitisation) of migration on the example of Ukrainian migration to Poland and internal migration in Ukraine” (funded by  National Science Centre) and “Mobility, migration and the COVID-19 epidemic: governing emergencies in Lithuania and Poland (EMERG LT-PL)” (founded by National Science Centre under DAINA 2 scheme). In the past long-term researcher at the Centre for Eastern Studies (OSW) where among others she held a position of the senior research fellow, head of department, and project’s team leader. In 2017-2019 she was a team leader in a Horizon 2020-financed project “EU-STRAT (The EU and Eastern Partnership Countries: An Inside-Out Analysis and Strategic Assessment”. She defended her PhD in 2008. Previously worked also for the International Organization for Migration (Mission in Ukraine) as a project manager, and seconded national expert at the European Commission (Directorate General Neighborhood). Her research interests include: links between migration and security, critical security studies, migration policies in the EU’s eastern neighborhood and at the Eurasian area.

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