Julia Muraszkiewicz is a Research Manager and part of the Applied Research and Innovation team at Trilateral Research.
She leads the team’s work on human trafficking research and innovation and manages the team’s Horizon 2020 proposals, focusing on security, human rights, crisis, gender and privacy-social impacts of policy and innovative solutions. She enjoys the proposal process and thinking of innovative ideas beyond the state of the art.
Julia is a member of the editorial board for the Journal of Human Trafficking (Taylor & Francis) and has published a book on the non-punishment of victims of human trafficking with Palgrave Macmillan (https://www.palgrave.com/gb/book/9783030026585).
Alongside the book, she has published over 15 peer-reviewed articles on human trafficking. She has worked on numerous funded projects (FP7, H2020, national tenders) and regularly undertakes consultancy in her research areas of human trafficking, human rights, criminal law, gender and ethics. Julia has advised on state implementation of EU and Council of Europe law. At Trilateral Julia leads work on the iTRACK and D4FLY projects, as well as manages research on project Solebay.
Julia has vast experience in designing and delivering training and workshops on the topic of human trafficking to a range of stakeholders including police, border forces, NGOs, airport staff, faith groups and schools. She excels in tailoring her message to the audience.
In her spare time Julia volunteers at a safe house for victims of human trafficking where she provides the residents with emotional and practical support, she also runs the Manchester branch of Stop the Traffik. Julia speaks Polish, English and intermediate German.
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