RICHARD KŘESINA studies European Social and Political Studies at University College London and is a leading Committee member of the Koridor UA humanitarian organization. Since June 2022, he spent a year in the south of Ukraine as regional director, expanding the organization’s activities from Odesa to Mykolaiv and Kherson regions. Before that, he held research internships at the Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies (Tbilisi), Peace Research Centre Prague, Global Catastrophic Risk Policy (a project by the University of Cambridge), UCL School of Public Policy, and EUROPEUM. Apart from his humanitarian activities, he focuses on research on the democratic transition of Eastern European states and the use of this experience in the reconstruction of Ukraine and the transition of Belarus.

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