Mateusz Krępa

Mateusz Krępa
University of Warsaw | UW · Centre of Migration Research

Master of Arts
PhD Candidate, Affiliate Researcher in Centre of Migration Research

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Introduction
The subject of my doctoral dissertation concerns non-governmental organizations helping migrants in Poland in the context of security ideology. My research interests focus on critical security studies and the history of political thought in the context of migration and security. Ideology critique, the concepts of the state of emergency, sovereignty and citizenship, as well as the ideas of cosmopolitanism and emancipation are of particular importance in the conducted research.

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In this special issue of CMR Spotlight, a team of CMR researchers describes the most important facts about forced migrations caused by the Russian aggression on Ukraine, its effects, the reaction of the EU, the Polish state and Polish society. Also some recommendations for further actions to mitigate the effects of the crisis are proposed.
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In this issue, two CMR members who have been conducting research at the Polish-Belarusian border reflect on how research in crisis situations should be done. Mateusz Krępa and dr Kamila Fiałkowska are part of the Researchers at the Border collective, constituted to facilitate the collaboration of researchers covering the ongoing humanitarian crisis...
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The security of asylum-seekers in the context of conditions of reception has not been frequently researched. This article aims to fill this gap by arguing that asylum-seekers in Poland are stuck in a grey zone between being secure and being securitised by the host society, with little opportunity to use their own agency. The basis for my study is t...
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To put the dramatic events at the border between Poland and Belarus in perspective, this issue of CMR Spotlight is devoted to Schengen border walls and what they mean – be they on the border of Poland, Spain, or Hungary. As Jan Grzymski, Marta Jaroszewicz, and Mateusz Krępa write: “The current ubiquitous walling of external Schengen borders might j...
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The aim of the chapter is to diagnose security tools of the Polish state in migration context. After structural analysis of the migration inflow to Poland the most important threats resulting from the characteristics of this inflow have been presented. Next, the most important categories of institutions acting in the migration context have been...
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The aim of the paper is an examination of the cooperation between EU agencies, governments and NGOs in dealing with refugee crisis since 2015. Methodology of the research is based on legal, institutional and conceptual analysis within the human security approach. The migration crisis is presented as a factor of building new capacities of humanitari...

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