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Aleksandra Ćwik-Mohanty

Completed her master's studies in Cultural Heritage Studies: Management, Research and Policy at Central European University in Budapest. Currently, she applies her skills working at KEA European Affairs in Brussels, where she provides strategic advice on cultural policies, supports creative industries and sports, specializing in cultural heritage among other areas. Prior to her current role, she worked at the University of Warsaw, conducting research and teaching on the relationship between cultural heritage and regional economic development. Experienced moderator and lecturer.

Moderates the discussion in the Thematic track 4: INCLUSION: Creative industries and inclusion of people with special needs in historic residential areas

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