Ph.D. in law, assistant professor at the Department of Constitutional Law at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. She specializes in constitutional law, anti-discrimination law, Polish and European migration law and international protection of human rights, with particular emphasis on the UN guidelines on business and human rights. Author of numerous scientific publications of international and national scope in the field of protection of foreigners' rights, mass surveillance and protection of personal data, and anti-discrimination law. Participant of many national and international conferences and trainings.
Expert of the UN agency - UN Women (2016-2017) and the Bureau of Parliamentary Research of the Chancellery of the lower chamber of the Polish parliament (2013-2014). She led a scientific project financed by the National Science Center entitled "Access of a foreigner to files in the expulsion procedure in the light of Polish and European law" (2015-2018). She has completed numerous scientific internships, e.g. at the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights in Vienna, American University Washington College of Law, Queen Mary University of London School of Law, Université libre de Bruxelles, Syracuse University College of Law, Walther Schücking Institute for International Law and the University of Milan. Winner of the scholarship of the Minister of Higher Education and Science for outstanding young scientists (2017-2020).
She is a member of the Polish Society of Constitutional Law, The International Network to Promote the Rule of Law (INPROL), Scholars at Risk Network (SAR) and the Women and Gender in Global Affairs Network (WGGA) of Columbia University.
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