Zuzanna Krzątała is a graduate of Global Studies at Eugene Lang College and a Research Fellow at the Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility at the New School for Social Research in New York. Based on her research in Moria refugee camp in Lesbos, she is completing a graduate thesis exploring the concept of vulnerability amongst survivors of SGBV. Her academic work focuses on the politics of refugee representation from a gender perspective, as demonstrated through her fieldwork in the African Great Lakes and the Middle East. Zuzanna has worked at the International Rescue Committee for David Miliband and was involved in the drafting of the feminist humanitarian agenda. She is also an active member of the Model Alliance, an organization which protects models from sexual assault in the workplace and was successful in passing the “Stop Sexual Harassment Act” signed into law in 2018 by Mayor de Blasio.
Updated May 2019
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Senior Fellow involved in an initiative supporting seniors during the pandemic
Zuzanna Krzątała, Senior Fellow and HIA Poland activist network member, is involved in an initiative of Fundacja Warsaw Legend supporting seniors during pandemic times in Warsaw.
Senior fellow writes a blog post on the pandemic and women’s rights for The New School
Zuzanna Krzatala, Senior Fellow and HIA Poland activist network member, writes an article entitled “The Pandemic and ‘Women’s Hell’ in Poland” for the Blog run by Transregional Center for Democratic Studies, The New School.
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