Wednesday, September 22, 2021
Tatyana Kmetova is an anthropologist and an activist in different NGOs in Bulgaria since 1991. She is a founding member and Executive Director of the Center of Women's Studies and Policies Foundation since 2003 where she acts...
  Zan Mitrev, a top specialist in the field of cardiovascular surgery, was born on January 11, 1961, in Stip, Yugoslavia, now Republic of North Macedonia. Through the years, many surgeries, many successes, many awards, many participations in world- renowned...
Saša Ilić is a writer, journalist, and social activist. He has published three short story collections, The Prevision of the Civil War (2000), Urchin Hunts (2015), Dušanovac. Post (2015) and two novels, Berlin Window (2005)...
  Thomas Symeonidis (Thessaloniki, 1977) studied architecture at the National School of Architecture in Paris (Val-de-Seine) and engineering at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He pursued postgraduate studies in Economics and Political Sciences at the LSE and Architecture and Design at...
Zilka Spahic-Siljak is a university professor from Bosnia and Herzegovina, where she lives and works. She is a leading research scholar and public intellectual in her country and in the region, addressing cutting edge issues involving human rights,...
Adina Deacu is an Environmental Psychology Researcher studying different learning, working and living environments as context of behavior, as well as the influence that human behavior has in return on the environment as a whole. Through all the projects...
Boris A. Novak (born in 1953) is a Slovene poet, playwright, translator, and essayist. He teaches Comparative Literature at the University of Ljubljana. Novak was active in the movement for the democratization of the Slovene and Yugoslav society. In...
  Aleksandar Prokopiev, born in 1953 in Skopje, is one of he most well-known Macedonian writers. He graduated in 1977 at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Philology, General and Comparative literature department, and finished postgraduate education in 1982 also...
By Staša Zajović Feminist ethics – Women in Black resistance We have always been disobedient: ever since 1991, we disobeyed the criminal regime of Slobodan Milošević, and after 2000, we have...
Lazo Matovski was born in Struga in 1985. He has a multidisciplinary formation: law, journalism, project management, public procurement, European integration, and economics. He is author of many professional publications in these fields. Currently Lazo Matovski is employed at the...