Kateryna Pryshchepa joined PPMI in summer of 2021. Her previous work experience includes media, communication, and social research.
Her academic background is in social sciences and European studies.
Prior to joining PPMI Kateryna worked at the College of Europe where she was involved in a research project “Three Revolutions” studying the history of mass protests in Ukraine. As a freelance researcher she also contributed to studies of migrant workers and foreign students in Poland.
Her experience of work with public authorities includes developing specialized training projects for the Government Office of European Integration of Ukraine and traineeships at the European Parliament and Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. She has also experience in public policy communication working for the United Nations Population Fund in Ukraine.
Her research interests include identity and history policy and their role in international relations, EU policies towards Eastern Partnership region
- PhD candidate in Institute of Political Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences
- MA in Economy and Society, Lancaster University
- MA in European Interdisciplinary Studies
- BA in Philosophy, Kyiv-Mohyla Academy
Analysis of the perception of the EU and of EU's policies abroad (PPMI)
Three Revolutions. A study of mass protests in Ukraine 1990-2014 (College of Europe)«back