Dominika de Beauffort is a Senior Policy Officer under the Security and Law Programme. In this role Dominika leads projects, teaches and is Course Director of the executive education course “International Disarmament Law”. She also contributes to the event series “Security and Law: A Reality Check”, a public dialogue that explores how international law matters in security affairs. Dominika has conducted research on the Arms Trade Treaty with a focus on national implementation practices regarding prohibitions and export assessments. Her current research interests include gender perspectives in international disarmament treaties.
Dominika brings many years of experience in consulting and training in the private and public sector in Brussels and Geneva. Prior to joining the GCSP, she was a senior consultant at PACT European Affairs (now EPPA), where she led European public affairs workshops and training sessions for private companies, NGOs and diplomatic missions.
Dominika is a trained conference interpreter and after completing a postgraduate Master’s degree in European Interdisciplinary Studies at the College of Europe, Belgium, she has further specialized in international law at the Law Faculty of the University in Linz in Austria. Dominika is an Austrian and Polish national. She speaks German (native language) and fluent Polish, English, French and Russian.