dr Grażyna Baranowska

dr Grażyna Baranowska
dr Grażyna Baranowska

junior researcher

dr Grażyna Baranowska

 

Assistant Professor at the Poznań Human Rights Centre, Institute of Law Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Post-Doctoral Researcher in the project Memory Laws in European and Comparative Perspective (2016-2019) and Fellow in Research Law: Constitutional Politics in Turkey II (2019).

Dr Baranowska received two MA the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland: from the Faculty of Law (2009) and Turkish Literature and Language (2011) She defended her PhD on enforced disappearances in Europe in May 2016. Her primary research areas are international human rights law (in particular Council of Europe and UN mechanisms), memory laws, enforced disappearances, missing persons, transitional justice and human rights in Turkey.

Based on her doctoral thesis, dr Baranowska published a book entitled Enforced disappearances in Europe. Developing international standards of prevention and reaction (in Polish, CH BECk 2017). She is also the author of a number of articles in refereed scholarly journals, among others in the International Review of the Red Cross and European Human Rights Law Review. Her blog entries have been published by Free Speech Debate and Verfassungsblog.

Dr Baranowska participated in many international and national scientific projects, among them in the project Fostering Human Rights Among European (Internal and External) Policies (FRAME). She also completed a six month fellowship at the Bundestag (Internationales Parlaments Stipendium, 2013) and at the Polish embassy in Ankara, and has prepared analyses and expert reports.

She is a recipient of the 2018 Fellowship of the Foundation for Polish Science for outstanding achievements (START).

Monography

  • Enforced disappearances in Europe. Developing international standards of prevention and reaction, C.H. Beck: Warsaw, 2017 (in Polish)

 

Edited Books

  • 20 years of protecting the Rights of UE citizens – achievements and challenges for the future, (ed.) G. Baranowska, A. Bodnar, A. Gliszczyńska-Grabias, Wolters Kluwer: Warsaw 2015 (in Polish)
  • About human rights. Festschrift for Profesor Roman Wieruszewski, (ed.) K. Sękowska-Kozłowska, A. Gliszczyńska-Grabias, G. Baranowska, A. Hernandez-Połczyńska, , Wolters Kluwer 2017 (in Polish)

Articles in English

 

Selected web-based publications:

 

Research projects

  • Memory Laws in European and Comparative Perspective (2016-2019), MELA, funded by HERA (Post-Doctoral Researcher)
  • The impact of universal human rights standards on the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights. A critical analysis (2017 – 2019), funded through the OPUS funding scheme by the National Science Centre (investigator)
  • Enforced disappearance in Europe. Development of legal standards (2014 – 2016), funded through the PRELUDIUM funding scheme by the National Science Centre (Principle investigator)
  • Fostering Human Rights Among European (External and Internal) Policies (FRAME) (2013-2017) FP7/2007-2013 (researcher)
  • The UN Human Rights Protection Mechanisms – A Systemic Analysis (2013-2016), funded through the OPUS funding scheme by the National Science Centre (investigator)
  • COST Action IS0702, Short Time Study Mission, SIM Utrecht (Netherlands), Mutual influence of the UN Human Rights Committee and ECtHR in cases concerning enforced disappearances, (V – VI 2012)