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 Phd candidates

 
Agata Górska graduated from the Jagiellonian University in Kraków with a master’s degree in Law and a bachelor’s degree in Oriental Philology. She completed postgraduate Foreign Policy Studies at Collegium Civitas in cooperation with the Polish Institute of Foreign Affairs. After a legal apprenticeship and a bar examination in Warsaw, she became an advocate. Her research interests include: deradicalisation programmes in the Middle East and North Africa countries, countering violent extremism, and deradicalisation policies. 
Academic supervisor: Katarzyna Górak-Sosnowska

Radosław Sadowski graduated from the University of Warsaw (international relations). Research interests: international relations in the Middle East (with focus on Iran and the Gulf region), Turkey, public and cultural diplomacy, human rights. He also works at the Polish Foreign Ministry.
Academic supervisor: Katarzyna Górak-Sosnowska 

Joanna Sozańska graduated from the Jagiellonian University (international relations and middle eastern studies). She has completed Erasmus+ scholarships in the Kingdom of Morocco and the Republic of Turkey. Laureate of the second edition of the TopMinds Programme of the Polish-American Fulbright Commission. Jury member of Innovation in Politics Awards since 2018 and member of Women in Think Tanks Global Network. Deputy Director (Board Member) of the Institute for Security and International Development. Research interests: political systems and migration processes in the North African region, the role of NGOs in shaping migration policies, Arab feminism, human rights and diplomacy. 
Academic supervisor: Katarzyna Górak-Sosnowska

Aleksandra Tołczyk is a graduate of the Faculty of Political Science and International Studies, University of Warsaw (internal security) and postgraduate studies at Collegium Civitas, Warsaw (security and information analysis). Laureate in a nationwide competition organized by the Head of the Internal Security Agency, Poland for the best doctoral, master's or bachelor's thesis innternal security (2016/2017 edition). Research interests: counteracting radicalization in the US and UK, the role of prisons as places conducive to radicalization.
Academic supervisor: Katarzyna Górak-Sosnowska