7/10/2015 | Speakers

Lukasz Jurczyszyn


Sociologist, political scientist, assistant professor at the Aleksander Gieysztor Academy of Humanities. One of the founders of the ZARS Foundation (Social Movements Research Team Foundation) based in Warsaw. In 2008, he was a consultant for the Open Society Institute Europe Foundation. He participated in a research on Muslim populations in EU cities, aimed at making recommendations for public policies concerning large Muslim populated neighbourhoods. In 2009, he took part in an international research on the process of social deficiency of urban working class: Russia, France, Italy and Turkey. He has conducted participative observations and surveys in Kondopoga in the Republic of Karelia (Russia) and he is the author of a forthcoming chapter on “The efforts of working class in contemporary Russia” to be published in October 2010.