journalist, reporter, photojournalist and researcher. After graduating from high school, she decided to continue her education outside of Poland where she was born. She spent 5 years in Paris, France studying at the Paris 8 University (Performing Arts), at the Higher School of Social Science, Ethics and Philosophy, and at the Catholic University of Lublin (Philosophy, department abroad). Later, she received a scholarship and studied at the University of Vienna, Austria (interdisciplinary). She also studied at the University of Ramkhamhaeng (Mass Communication) in Bangkok, Thailand. She took courses and is trained in: photography (European Academy of Photography, Warsaw, Poland), international communication, media and human rights (ULIM University, Chisinau, Moldova), HEAT, Cyber Security and Investigative Journalism (Thomson Reuters Foundation). She participates in conferences both as a speaker and as a listener. She has been living in and reporting from: EU, Southeast Asia, Balkans, GCC, Eastern Europe and Caucasus. Her photographs has been exhibited in Ukraine and Poland. She is a part of Hacks Hackers Warsaw team and media platform Outriders.
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Never again' is a project of two photographers: Marcin Zaborowski (National Geographic Poland) who has been documenting lives of Rohingyas, nationally and internationally displaced due to the pogroms on Muslim minority in Burma, and Magdalena Chodownik (freelance journalist and photojournalist) who has been working worldwide. The project is a reflection on the history and those false promises in contrast to what is now allowed to happen. Again.