Klaudia Wolniewicz-Slomka is an Economist at CASE - Center for Social and Economic Research in Warsaw, Poland. She specializes in the creation and implementation of public policy, with a focus on childcare services and family policy.
At CASE, Ms. Wolniewicz-Slomka is responsible for implementing projects funded by the European institutions, including gathering background data, and writing analyses in the areas of social policy, but not only. She also contributes to business development activities, authoring sections of proposals, she writes articles for showCASE, and she participates in technical assistance projects for Polish and European institutions.
Ms. Wolniewicz-Slomka has conducted numerous scientific research projects, including Local social citizenship in social policy: the example of care services for children under 5, funded by the National Science Centre; Public debate on family policy in the years 2010-2014, funded by the University of Warsaw; and Comparative analysis of childcare systems in two selected cities, also funded by the University of Warsaw. She has participated in the international Humanity in Action Fellowship Program and the EU’s Different Cultures, Same Language; Same Culture, Different Languages Project in Northern Ireland.
Ms. Wolniewicz-Slomka is a PhD candidate at the Institute of Political Science and International Relations at the University of Warsaw. She also studied at the University of Liège, Belgium, as part of the Erasmus exchange program.
- ‘Day–care system for children under 3 years old – local diversity of the access to childcare services’, Social policy, special issue no. 1, 2015
- ‘Nursing services for U-3 children’ (co-author) (in:), ‘The decade of membership in the European Union. Social policy perspective’, ELIPSA, 2015
- ‘Family policy’ (in:) ‘Public policies in theory and practice’, Toruń, Wydawnictwo Adam Marszałek, 2014