Comparative research, Family migration, Focus group, Grounded Theory, Integration, Qualitative methodologies, Quanitative research methods, Social media, Survey, The Welfare state, Transnationalism, Work migration.
Reinforcement of competencies of teachers and other educational staff in the area of including pupils coming from socio-culturally disadvantaged environments
I am currently employed as a PhD fellow at VID Specialized University, but I have worked as a researcher at the Center for Intercultural Communication since 2013. I hold Master's degree in International Economics (2010) and Social Sciences (2013) with a clear focus on work and family migration. My PhD project examines the link between family reunification and labor market integration of Polish migrants in Norway, Sweden and the UK. I have previously been involved in a number of international research projects with funding from, among other, Norway's Research Council and Norway Grants. I speak Polish, Spanish, Ukrainian and Russian.