ontributed to ICT4COP’s Work Package 6: Gender Issues, and Work Package 10: South Eastern Europe as the researcher responsible for case country Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Katarzyna Struzińska is a research associate and a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Sociology of Law at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków. Her main research interests revolve around police sciences, sociology of law, gender and security studies. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Russian Studies and three Master’s degrees in Law, Russian Studies (focus area: the culture of Russia and neighbouring nations) and Linguistics (languages: English and Russian) from the Jagiellonian University. In October 2011, she was granted the first award by the Polish Academy of Sciences and Foundation Gender Center in the competition for the best thesis about gender for her Master’s Thesis in Law – The situation of victims of rape in Poland. Stereotypes about raped persons, their rights and possible ways of supporting them. Katarzyna has also completed postgraduate studies in Gender Mainstreaming at the Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences. She works for the ICT4COP project since its beginning; she is a member of WP10: Regional Focus South-Eastern Europe, as a researcher responsible for case country Bosnia and Herzegovina, and WP6: Gender Issues.