Viktoria is an ECMI researcher. Her sphere of interests covers discourse analysis, analysis of political rhetoric, hate speech, populism/right-wing populism in the contemporary world. Apart from that Viktoria is also interested in methods of non-formal education, and extensively uses them in her work as a teacher and a trainer in order to equip her students and pupils with better understanding of complex topics of minority rights. .
Viktoria started being interested in minorities already during her studies at the Saint-Petersburg State University in Russia and devoted her Bachelor diploma to the problem of adaptation of the Russian immigrants in Germany. Currently, Viktoria holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations, a Master‘s degree in Diplomacy of Russian Federation and Foreign Countries (both acquired at the Saint-Petersburg State University, School of International Relations) and a Master of Arts in European Studies (from the University of Flensburg, Germany). Viktoria speaks Russian (mother tounge), English (fluent), German (fluent) and Turkish (basic knowledge).
Martovskaya, V. (2019). Right-wing Populism: A General Overview of Current Trends. In T.H. Malloy and C. Boulter (Eds.). Minority Issues in Europe: New Ideas and Approaches. Volume 2. (pp. 165-190). Berlin, Germany: Frank & Timme GmbH.
Martovskaya, V. (2015). Political Rhetoric and the Challenges to Diversity in Russia. ECMI Working Paper 89. Available at: www.ecmi.de/publications/ecmi-research-papers/89-political-rhetoric-and-the-challenges-to-diversity-in-russia