Dr Kinga Redlowska is a Programme Manager for the Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies (CFCS) based in Brussels. She oversees the Centre’s activities, research coordination, and communications that focus on the EU and its neighbourhood. These include Project CRAAFT (Collaboration, Research and Analysis Against Financing of Terrorism) funded by the European Union and Euro SIFMANet (European Sanctions and Illicit Finance Monitoring and Analysis Network) funded by the National Endowment for Democracy.
Prior to joining RUSI, she served as a Programme Director at the Warsaw-based Institute for Eastern Studies, the organizer of the renowned geopolitical conference Economic Forum in Krynica. She has a vast experience in project management and is a certified Project Manager (Prince2 Practitioner). Kinga authored articles on Central Europe, transatlantic relations, and on the US and the EU activities in sub-Saharan Africa. She is an alumna of the Denton Fellowship Program held by a Washington-based Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA). She holds MA in American Studies and Ph.D. in International Relations from the University of Warsaw.
Euro SIFMANet brings together European research institutions to raise awareness and inform policymaking against the illicit financial flows that continue to undermine our democracies.
RUSI’s State Threats Taskforce (STT) aims to support the UK and its partners in detecting, understanding, attributing and responding to the spectrum of complex state threats currently facing democracies.