Kasia Derlicka-Rosenbauer is the ICBL-CMC Policy and Government Liaison Manager.
She has been involved in the work of the campaigns since 2002, first as a national campaigner and Landmine Monitor researcher, and since 2007 as staff.
Previously Kasia worked for the Polish Red Cross in charge of International Humanitarian Law dissemination and international programs, and briefly for the EU/Red Cross Office in Brussels. Her first exposure to the issue of landmines was in 1997 when she volunteered at a German NGO Friedensdorf International taking care of children from war-torn countries many of whom were landmine survivors.
Kasia holds a Master’s degree in International Relations from the University of Warsaw and her thesis was devoted to the role of civil society in bringing about the Mine Ban Treaty.
Location: Geneva, Switzerland
Language: English, French, German and Polish