Teaching

Current full-time courses at University College Dublin:

Feminist and Egalitarian Research

Sociology of Inequality

Gender, Inequality and Policy

Equality Studies Thesis

Co-teaching, University College Dublin:

Societal Challenges in 21st Century

Investigating Inequalities

Gender, Inequality and Social Policy

Previous courses:

Financing family policy (2015-2016, Warsaw University, in Polish)

European and international family policy (2015-2016, Warsaw University, in Polish)

Gender and the Welfare State (2015-2016, Warsaw University)

Themes in Social Policy (2015-2016, Warsaw University)

Gender and Social Policy (2012, Institute of Advanced Studies, Warsaw, in Polish)

Public Administration and Social Management (2010, University of Bremen, Germany)

Other teaching  (selected):

“Gender and Welfare State” – short-term course at Institute of Social Policy, , Warsaw University, Poland, 6-8 December 2017 and 15-18 January 2018.

“Myth busting in public debates” – Academy of Social Democracy, Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Warsaw, 13 January 2018.

“Reforming familialism? Comparing family policies in enlarged European Union” (lecture), Welfare State in Eastern and Western Europe, 7th ESPAnet Summer School organised jointly with Network of Excellence RECWOWE of the Sixth Framework Programme (FP6), Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, 25 June-5 July 2011.

“East meets West: concepts, methods and approaches in comparative social policy studies”, workshop for PhD students, Welfare State in Eastern and Western Europe, 7th ESPAnet Summer School organised jointly with Network of Excellence RECWOWE of the Sixth Framework Programme (FP6), Central European University, 25 June-5 July 2011.

„Gender and Comparative Welfare State Research and Concepts”, Summer School Gender, State and Welfare in a Global Economy, CEU Summer University. Department of Gender Studies, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, July 4-9 2011.

“Welfare states and gender inequality. Social Policy, Poverty in Central and Eastern Europe” – Berlin School of Economics and Law, Summer School 16–23 July 2010, Where is EU Gender Policy Going? Balance and Perspectives in the Field of Employment and the Labour Market.