Kateryna Halko holds a Bachelor’s degree from the Jagiellonian University in the field of International Relations and Area Studies. During her studies, she was participating in different academic activities, such as the Jagiellonian University Model United Nations project as well as an Erasmus+ student exchange programme at Eotvos Lorand University in Hungary. In 2020, Kateryna graduated from the MA International Security and Development (ISAD) programme of the Jagiellonian University. She had a chance to cooperate with the Kosciuszko Institute Association as an intern in the Cybersecurity Programme Area and perform tasks focused on the organization of the flagship project of the Institute: European Cybersecurity Forum – CYBERSEC. In 2021, she volunteered at the Warsaw Security Forum. Her main fields of professional interest are international security, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, human trafficking, arms trade, and their impacts on the development of our society. She believes that equality, humanity and cooperation create a triad that can guide our modern society on the path of development, security, and prosperity.
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