Magdalena is a political scientist by education, with over 20 years of track record in socio-political activism. She completed the first Humanity in Action fellowship in Poland in 2006. For many years, Magdalena worked in the non-governmental sector in Poland and in the United Kingdom, specializing in international volunteering and promoting culture of peace and non-violence. She is also an experienced trainer and facilitator, who has delivered numerous trainings, both in Europe and Asia, on interreligious dialogue, combating hate speech and hate crime, addressed to youth workers.
As of now, she works as Internal Auditor in one of the Big 4 companies in Warsaw.
Updated October 2021
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