Magdalena El Ghamari – Doctor of Social Sciences, in the field of peace-keeping and conflicts in the Middle East and North Africa, specialising in analyses of the relationship between socio-religious and political factors/policymaking.
An expert in the radicalisation process in a diverse cultural environment – High-Risk Area. Assistant professor at the Institute of Political Sciences and International Relations (INPISM) Collegium Civitas and Head of Cultural Security Department (Warsaw, Poland). Member of the UN Peacekeeping Veterans Association (PL) and The Society for Libyan Studies (UK).
Research interest and specialisation: terrorism, migration processes, radicalisation and public policies during and after conflicts in the MENA area, focusing on Libya issues.
Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Magdalena-El-Ghamari-3
Google Schoolar: https://scholar.google.pl/citations?user=cfGVcY0AAAAJ&hl=pl
- Troszyński, M., El-Ghamari, M. A Great Divide: Polish media discourse on migration, 2015–2018. Humanit Soc Sci Commun 9, 27 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1057/s41599-021-01027-x
- Usewicz, K. Torbcka, M. El Ghamari, 2021, Common Security and Defense Policy of the European Union Through the Prism of Polish Experiences and Security Interests, Polish Political Science Yearbook, 0208–7375, https://doi.org/10.15804/ppsy202149, p. 33-59.
- El Ghamari, M.; Bartoszewicz ,M.G., 2020, (Un)Sustainable Development of Minors in Libyan Refugee Camps in the Context of Conflict-Induced Migration. Sustainability 2020, 12, 4537, 4537; https://doi.org/10.3390/su12114537
- El Ghamari, 2019, The Mena Area in the Shadow of Conflict – The FTF Phenomenon [in:] A. Mania, M. Grabowski (eds.), Global Politics in the 21st Century: Between Regional Cooperation and Conflict, International relations in Asia, Africa and the Americas, Peter Lang, p.131-154.