Analyst at the Middle East and Africa Programme, PISM. Graduate of the Master In Euro-Mediterranean Affairs (MEMA), a postgraduate programme combining political science, cross-cultural studies and economics, conducted jointly by the network of 16 universities and other academic institutes from the 7 countries of the Mediterranean Zone. PhD candidate at the Institute of Political Science, Cardinal Wyszyński University in Warsaw (UKSW).
Collaborated with think-tanks (Casimir Pulaski Foundation – research fellow and coordinator of the Peace and Stabilisation Programme; Amicus Europae Foundation – member of the analysis team), international organisations (Council of Europe’s Directorate General of Democracy and Political Affairs), public administration (Office for Foreigners, Polish Border Guard), media (Al-Jazeera English, The Guardian), non-governmental organisations and advocacy groups (Amnesty International, Culture Action Europe).
Conducted field research in South Sudan (2011) and Nigeria (2015). In research projects, he worked together with Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, Royal United Services Institute, Polish Academy of Science.
Lectured at European Academy of Diplomacy, Institute of Mediterranean and Oriental Cultures of the Polish Academy of Sciences, UKSW.
Author of multiple scientific and analytical publications.
His research interest is focused on socio-political transformations in Sub-Saharan Africa.