Film and photography, Youth activism, Sport
My name is Adrijana, I’m 25, and I’m from Belgrade. I’ve always been a talkative person, and I enjoy being surrounded by people – as my father would say, “She began talking at nine months, and she never stopped!” I learned English In kindergarten – but only to sing, not speak it. In my early days, I wanted to change the world with my actions, and, later in life, I found a way to do so. I volunteered for more than 20 international sports championships and was a member of Serbia’s first volunteer NGO. After graduating from school, I began studying IR at the Faculty of Political Sciences, and, during my time there, volunteered for the project ‘Karavan-Duh mladosti,’ which was implemented by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development towards promoting dual education on the SOS television channel. I also manage public relations for the Partizan handball club, and I was a liaison officer at the IPU assembly meeting. I have international experience volunteering for the Roma National Council in Croatia, where I wrote articles, delivered workshops on discrimination, tolerance, and human rights, and ran the ‘pROMIjeni’ campaign against online hate speech. I participated in two campaigns in Croatia – ‘If You Give a Sh*t, Give a Vote’ and ‘This Time I’m voting.”
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