Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Fred Abrahams is associate program director at Human Rights Watch where he trains research staff and supervises work on technology, conflicts and refugees. He has documented human rights and laws-ofwar violations in places such as Albania, Bangladesh, Iraq, Kosovo, Lebanon,...
BG to EU, and Human Rights: negative attitudes, no acts Deyan Kiuranov, PhD, of Sofia, Bulgaria, was active in the Bulgarian anticommunist opposition and afterwards worked as a political sociologist and anthropologist for NGOs and Soros’ Open Society in Bulgaria and Belarus....
Ivan Krastev is the chairman of the Centre for Liberal Strategies in Sofia and permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences, IWM Vienna. He is a founding board member of the European Council on Foreign Relations, a member of the...
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...
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...
  Patricia Corbett is an independent arts critic, curator and lecturer, specialising in interdisciplinary genres. A former director of major contemporary venues and historical sites, her articles appear in international periodicals including La Rivista dei...
  Alek Popov (born Sofia, Bulgaria, 1966) is a leading Bulgarian writer, author of four novels, several collections of short stories and essays, scripts and plays. His hugely successful first novel, the...
The 7th International Literature Festival Pro-Za Balkans, which brings together well-established authors from Balkan countries, was held in Skopje from 19-22 May 2019. The award of the International Literature Festival “PRO-ZA Balkan”, the “Prozart”...
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...
Jordan Plevnes (1953) is the Secretary General of the Academia Balkanica Europeana. He is also founder and Rector of University of audiovisual arts, ESRA Paris-Skopje-New York. He finished high school in Bitola and Faculty of Philology in Skopje. He...