GENDER EQUALITY, ENVIRONMENT
Hi, I’m Dona! Coming from a minority ethnic group and living as a young person in one of Europe’s less-developed economies, I became interested in politics at a very young age. Accordingly, I oriented myself towards becoming a political scientist and studied at the Iustinianus Primus Faculty of Law in Skopje. I graduated with a degree in Political Science (in English), and I’m currently conducting my master’s studies in the field of International Relations, European Integrations and Diplomacy. I underwent a traineeship at the Association of Trade Unions of North Macedonia, where I worked at the Department of International Relations and European Integrations and I have participated in a number of ‘Model European Parliament’ competitions. I was also a member of a project in Thessaloniki that aimed to re-establish friendly relations between Macedonia and Greece following the Macedonia-naming dispute between both countries. I’ve taken part in numerous conferences, debates, television programmes and seminars, ranging from the promotion of basic human rights in North Macedonia, to complex global problems. Furthermore, I was also a participant in the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights workshop that was organised at my faculty, and volunteered in a women’s rights NGO in my hometown. Over the past three years, I’ve been working as a reporting analyst.
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