About Anna Ludwinek



Anna Ludwinek is a Research Manager in the Living Conditions and Quality of Life unit at Eurofound. Since joining Eurofound in 2008, she has worked on issues related to youth, in particular social inclusion, social exclusion labour market transition of youth as well as inequalities in access to social benefits,  information and support services. In addition she has worked on topics related to migration and integration with a focus on third country nationals in particular around issues of diversity and ethnic entrepreneurship.

At present, she is managing a large scale Eurofund’s work on intergenerational social mobility and equal opportunities. She is also managing work on reactivation of long-term excluded groups into the labour market. In 2016 she was nominated to act as an activity coordinator for a cluster of projects on public services including impact of digitalisation on social and health services, access to long-term care education. Earlier, she spent six years as a public affairs executive for a European association representing the medical technology industry. She is  member of the Steering Committee of the Dun Laoghaire–Rathdown County Council in Ireland, with responsibility for local integration and diversity policy, Ms Ludwinek is also a Fellow of the Transatlantic Forum on Migration and Integration of the German Marshall Fund. She sits on the Board of the Directors of the Polish-Irish Educational Association and is actively involved in the organisation of the annual Dalkey Book Festival.


Challenges of policy coordination for third-country nationals

Social inclusion of young people

Access to social benefits: Reducing non-take-up