Dr. Maria Skóra


Maria Skóra was Head of Programme International Dialogue at Das Progressive Zentrum. She is also actively involved in the Progressive Governance (#PGS) event series. She holds a master’s degree in Sociology and a PhD in economics. 2018 Alumna of Young Leaders Program of Aspen Institute Central Europe in Prague. 2019 Visiting Fellow at the German Marshall Fund of the United States and AICGS, Johns Hopkins University in Washington DC. She formerly worked for the Humboldt-Viadrina Governance Platform, Berlin and supported the All-Poland Alliance of Trade Unions as an expert. Earlier, she was also involved in the activities of the United Nations Development Programme Project Office in Warsaw.

Selected Publications

Maria Skóra, Germany, "Poland and the EU", International Politics and Society (IPG), 12.02.2020

Sophie Pornschlegel, Maria Skóra, "The European Election 2019: A Comparative Outlook at the European Election Campaigns in France, Germany and Poland". Discussion Paper, Das Progressive Zentrum, Berlin 2019

Maria Skóra, "The European Parliament Elections and Beyond". German Marshall Fund, 5.04.2019

Maria Skóra, "EU Dispute with Hungary: What’s Next?". Policy Brief, DPZ, Berlin 2019

Ania Skrzypek, Maria Skóra, "The Future of the Visegrad Group". DPZ/FEPS, Berlin/Brussels 2018

Maria Skóra, "Social and Fiscal Policy in Eastern and Central Europe – Two Sides of One Coin". Discussion Paper, Das Progressive Zentrum, Berlin, 2015