Democracy; a Minimal Consensus

Monday, 27 June 2022 9:30 AM - Tuesday, 28 June 2022 3:00 PM [CEST]

Bulevar kralja Aleksandra 69, Beograd, _, 11000, Serbia

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Monday, 27 June 2022 9:30 AM - Tuesday, 28 June 2022 3:00 PM [CEST]

Metropol Palace , Bulevar kralja Aleksandra 69, Beograd, _, 11000, Serbia.

As a civil society organization, through the conference "Democracy; Minimum Consensus", we aim to create a public space for meaningful and open discussions on the topics most important for the development of the democratic society and culture in Serbia.

Through these discussions, we will attempt to engage and include representatives of competent state institutions, as well as all relevant stakeholders. Eminent experts, both domestic and international, are expected to join and contribute to these conversations. The central topics of the conference will be the position of parliaments in contemporary democracies, the significance and quality of elections, and the role of free media in preserving democracy. It is especially important to consider these topics, which influence the vitality of democratic societies, in light of the crisis and major changes that have taken place since the beginning of the conflict on the European continent.

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H.E. Thomas Schieb
Ambassador of Germany to Serbia
German Embassy Belgrade

Thomas Schieb has been the ambassador to Serbia since 2018. Before that he was Minister Plenipotentiary / Political Coordinator, Permanent Mission to the UN, New York (2014-2018), Head of EU Coordination Group, Foreign Office, Berlin (2011-2014), Spokesperson, German Embassy London (2009-2011), Deputy European Correspondent, Foreign Office, Berlin (2005-2009), Counsellor, Political Department, Permanent Mission to the EU, Brussels (2002-2005), Division Security Policy, desk officer, Foreign Office, Berlin (1999-2002), Division Southern Africa, desk officer, Foreign Office, Bonn (1998-1999), 1st Secretary, press and cultural affairs, German Embassy Dar es Salaam, Tanzania (1996-1998), 2nd Secretary, humanitarian assistance, German Embassy Sarajevo (1996 May-Sept.), Task Force Bosnia, desk officer, Foreign Office, Bonn (1994-1996), Diplomatic training, Bonn, deployment as EU election observer to South Africa in April/May 1994 (1992-1994), Master’s degree in Economics, University of Göttingen, Germany (1992).

https://belgrad.diplo.de/rs-de

About H.E. Thomas Schieb

Ambassador of Germany to Serbia
German Embassy Belgrade
Dirk Lorenz
Head of Political Section
EU Delegation to Serbia

Dirk Lorenz is currently Head of Political Section at the EU Delegation in Serbia. From 2017-2020, he served as Deputy Head of Division for bilateral relations with the Eastern Partnership countries in the European External Action Service in Brussels. From 2013-2017, he was posted as Deputy Head of Delegation/Head of Political, Press, and Information Section to the EU Delegation in Armenia, and from 2009-2013 he served in Moldova. In 2006, Mr. Lorenz joined a law firm in Frankfurt and later in Brussels, before he moved in 2008 to the Directorate-General for Competition in the European Commission. Dirk Lorenz is a fully qualified German lawyer. He holds a PhD in international law from Humboldt University Berlin and a LL.M. from the London School of Economics.

https://europa.rs/

About Dirk Lorenz

Head of Political Section
EU Delegation to Serbia
Vladimir Bilcik (online)
Member
European Parliament

Vladimír Bilcík was born in Bratislava in 1975. He holds a B.A. in political science and economics from Swathmore College, M.Phil. in European politics from the University of Oxford and PhD in political science from Comenius University in Bratislava. From 1999 to 2019 he was a researcher and later head of EU programme in the Slovak Foreign Policy Association (SFPA). From 2005 to 2019 he also worked as lecturer in the political science department at Comenius University. He has researched and published on EU institutions, EU foreign policy, Slovak, German and V4 politics as well as Brexit most recently. He entered politics prior to 2016 parliamentary elections when he ran unsuccessfully for Slovak parliament for the party Siet. In 2017 he helped establish the party SPOLU- Obcianska demokracia (TOGETHER –Civic Democracy), became a member of its Board in April 2018 and was elected as Member of the European Parliament (EP) in May 2019. In the European Parliament, Vladimír Bilcík is a member of the Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) Committee and substitute member of the Foreign Affairs (AFET) and Constitutional Affairs (AFCO) Committees. He is a member of the center-right EPP Group and serves as Coordinator/Spokesperson for the EPP in the Special Committee Special Committee on Foreign Interference in all Democratic Processes in the European Union, including Disinformation (INGE). Furthermore, he serves as vice-coordinator of the EPP MEPs in AFCO. In September 2019 he was elected Chair of the EU-Montenegro EU-Montenegro Stabilisation and Association Parliamentary Committee and serves as the European Parliament’s Standing Rapporteur for Serbia.

About Vladimir Bilcik (online)

Member
European Parliament
Klemen Groselj
Member
European Parliament

Dr. Klemen Grošelj (Renew Europe/Slovenia) – 1976 – Member of European Parliament (AFET, ITRE and SEDE) I am a man of diverse knowledge, interests and a broad mind horizon. I am a former researcher and professor of national and international security. I am also a former Secretary of State at the Ministry of Defence. My lead is thinking strategically and heartful quest for a safer environment in every sense for all people. I see the future of the European Union in its ability to provide security for its citizens and at the same time as being able to maintain internal solidarity. I am striving for a European Union that is secure, internationally recognized and internally solidary, since only that kind of EU can guarantee all its citizens and people a high standard of living, freedom of movement, free movement of goods and services, respect and protection of human rights, as well as a high level of social security and personal freedom.

About Klemen Groselj

Member
European Parliament
Peter Knowles
Parliamentary and Political Journalist
Westminster Producer for C-SPAN

Peter Knowles - A highly experienced news broadcaster, specialising in parliamentary and political journalism. A founder editor of BBC World he also served as Managing Editor for the BBC News channel. As Controller (senior manager) of BBC Parliament he was responsible for a TV channel with a monthly audience of 2 million, and editor of daily radio programmes and online coverage of Westminster. Peter now works as the Westminster producer for Washington-based C-SPAN and, as an independent consultant, with a number of parliaments and broadcasters on the development of political broadcasting. He has long experience in managing relations with stakeholders including parliaments, political parties and regulators.

About Peter Knowles

Parliamentary and Political Journalist
Westminster Producer for C-SPAN
Dr. Andy Williamson (online)
International expert in parliaments, digital innovation, civic participation and the strategic transformation of democratic institutions

Dr Andy Williamson’s work strengthens democracy and helps institutions become more open and effective. He supports parliaments, governments and civil society organisations all over the world to modernise and transform democratic practice and civic participation, and to explore the future through digital innovation and culture change. Andy works with the Inter-Parliamentary Union – where he is author of the World e-Parliament Report and Senior Researcher in the Centre for Innovation in Parliament – as well as with UNDP, UNDESA, OSCE and the Council of Europe – where he has been developing recommendations on deliberative democracy.

About Dr. Andy Williamson (online)

International expert in parliaments, digital innovation, civic participation and the strategic transformation of democratic institutions
Veljko Odalovic
Secretary General
National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia

Veljko Odalovic is Secretary General of the National Assembly. He was born on August 26, 1956. in Vrelo. Finished primary and secondary school in Kosovo Polje. Graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University of Pristina. Master of Legal Studies - in 2016, received his master's degree from the Faculty of Law in Banja Luka. Since 2006, he has been President of the Commission for Missing Persons of the Government of the Republic of Serbia. He has been a member of the Socialist Party of Serbia since its founding in 1990.

About Veljko Odalovic

Secretary General
National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia
Vladimir Dimitrijevic
President
Republic Electoral Commission Serbia

He was born in Kruševac in 1974. He graduated from First Belgrade Gymnasium. After completing his military service, he graduated from the University of Belgrade - Faculty of Law in 1999. He successfully completed his postgraduate studies in the field of companies and public enterprises, defending his master thesis in 2012, as well as his doctoral dissertation in 2018, earning a doctorate in law. He has been employed at PE Post of Serbia since 2000. During his professional career at the Enterprise, he has performed operations regarding property, technology and human resources, and has held managerial positions since 2003. Since 2014, he has been a member of the Executive Board of the Enterprise and then director of the Function of Legal Operations and Immovables Management. He is currently the Executive Director of the Enterprise. He is active in scientific, economic and political life. He is the author and co-author of numerous scientific and professional works in the field of operations of companies. He is the representative of the capital of the Government of the Republic of Serbia in the Assembly of Shareholders of Nikola Tesla Airport JSC Belgrade and the President of the Assembly of the Company. He is the President of the Republic Electoral Commission.

rik.parlament.rs

About Vladimir Dimitrijevic

President
Republic Electoral Commission Serbia
Michael McNulty
Senior Elections Advisor USAID/Washington
USAID

Michael McNulty, a Senior Elections Advisor with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), has more than 20 years of experience managing and providing technical assistance for democratic and electoral assistance programs in more than 20 countries across Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, Eurasia, and Latin America. Prior to joining USAID, he worked for the National Democratic Institute (NDI), where he was a program director on the Elections and Political Processes team, led elections and civil society programs in NDI’s Ukraine office, and managed programs in Central Asia. Before NDI, Michael managed international development programs for Chemonics International. He has also participated in international election observation missions with the Organizational for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and the European Network of Election Monitoring Organizations (ENEMO). Michael has co-authored several election-related publications and has led global training workshops on a variety of electoral topics. Michael earned a Master of Arts in International Relations from SAIS at Johns Hopkins University and a Bachelor’s Degree from Ohio State University.

About Michael McNulty

Senior Elections Advisor USAID/Washington
USAID
Magnus Öhman
Director, Regional Europe Office
IFES - International Foundation for Electoral Systems

Dr. Magnus Öhman has worked on anti-corruption and political finance issues in more than 40 countries since the 1990s, assisting legislators, oversight institutions, civil society, media outlets and political parties. He is the lead author of the BRIDGE curriculum module on political finance, and he steered the development of the IFES’ Oversight - toolkit for political finance institutions and the Political Finance Oversight Database. Öhman is also the director of the IFES Regional Europe Office, which brings together people working with electoral issues for sharing experiences on pitfalls and successes.

About Magnus Öhman

Director, Regional Europe Office
IFES - International Foundation for Electoral Systems
Dragan Koprivica
Executive Director
Center for Democratic Transition, Montenegro

Dragan Koprivica is Executive Director and one of the founders of NGO CDT. His areas of expertise include election legislation, parliamentary development and democratic governance. He also intensively monitors Montenegro’s EU integrations. He participated in several international election observation missions in South-Eastern Europe, Eurasia and the Middle East. He was a member of parliamentary committees that worked on election reform in several mandates of Parliament of Montenegro. He is currently a member of Committee on Comprehensive Electoral Reform where he advocates for harmonization of a set of electoral laws with the international standards. He is the author of many publications in the field of assessment of the fulfilment of political criteria in the negotiations with the EU. Koprivica is a licensed corporate management coach of the European Agency for Reconstruction and Development. He is a country expert of the Bertlesmann Stiftung’s Transformation Index.

About Dragan Koprivica

Executive Director
Center for Democratic Transition, Montenegro
Rasa Nedeljkov
Program Director
CRTA

Rasa Nedeljkov is the Program Director of Serbia's NGO CRTA, managing its programs that focus on establishing mechanisms for citizen engagement in accountability oversight and advocacy, and raising demand for democracy in the country. Acting as a Chief of the CRTA’s election observation mission since 2016, Rasa acquired broad experience and understanding of electoral processes and procedures, and has been active in supporting the conduct of free, fair and democratic elections. Rasa has been engaged in civil society and political activism for nearly two decades, and has a decade long experience in program management within national and international organizations.

About Rasa Nedeljkov

Program Director
CRTA
Denny Robertson
Mission Director
USAID Mission to Serbia

Denny Robertson is a retired Foreign Service Officer at the rank of Minister Counselor and has returned from retirement to serve as Acting Mission Director. Robertson has held executive leadership positions in USAID Missions in Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, Asia, Latin America and Washington, DC. Post-USAID, he served as Peace Corps Director for the Philippines and Ukraine. A resident of Florida now, he is active in local politics, international development, and the arts. He speaks Spanish, French, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Thai and Tagalog.

https://www.usaid.gov/serbia

About Denny Robertson

Mission Director
USAID Mission to Serbia
Tamara Brankovic
Deputy Program Director - Policy and Research
CRTA

Tamara is a passionate activist and political scientist, working at CRTA as Deputy Program Director in charge of research and policy. Areas which her team covers relate to the state of democracy in Serbia, primarily focusing on the quality of elections and the work of Serbia’s Parliament, but also measuring the level of political pluralism and exploring official narratives about democracy and human rights. During elections, Tamara is in charge of the long-term observation component of the CRTA Election Observation Mission, which consists of teams of field observers, media monitors and legal experts. During the 2022 April Elections she acted as Deputy Chief of CRTA Election Observation Mission.

About Tamara Brankovic

Deputy Program Director - Policy and Research
CRTA
Alexander Pommer
Senior Program Manager, Election and Political Processes
National Democratic Institute (NDI)

Alexander Pommer is the senior program manager for election integrity programs at the National Democratic Institute (NDI), where he supports both citizen and international election monitoring efforts around the world. Since joining NDI in 2013, Mr. Pommer has managed democracy and governance programs in Central and Eastern Europe focused on legislative strengthening, electoral assistance, civic and minority inclusion in political processes, and political party development. He has volunteered with numerous electoral initiatives, including with the first sample-based observation of an election in the U.S.

About Alexander Pommer

Senior Program Manager, Election and Political Processes
National Democratic Institute (NDI)
Lea Auffarth
Journalism Trust Initiative
Reporters without Borders

Lea Auffarth is Coordinator and Head of Product of the ‘Journalism Trust Initiative’ (JTI) at the press freedom watchdog Reporters Without Borders (RSF). Her previous work includes projects on media transparency, literacy, and ethics - like RSF’s ‘Media Ownership Monitor’ and the ‘Digital Rights as Human Rights’ by the Lebanese Samir Kassir Foundation. Lea is a trained journalist and has worked with the German public broadcaster WDR as well as regional press. She holds a Master’s degree with distinction in Conflict Resolution from King’s College London.

About Lea Auffarth

Journalism Trust Initiative
Reporters without Borders
Goran Petrov
Election Adviser
OSCE/ODIHR

Goran is an election adviser at ODIHR since 2021. Prior to that, Goran worked with ODIHR, EU, and various other international election organizations as a consultant in the field of election observation and technical assistance for more than 20 years. Goran has observer more than 70 different elections in Europe, Asia and Africa in various capacities, including as data, election, voter registration, cybersecurity and voting technologies analyst. Before joining ODIHR as an adviser, he has also served as the deputy head of ODIHR Election Observation Missions, most recently in Bulgaria, United States, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Armenia. Goran has observed elections in Serbia since 2000, most recently in 2020 and 2022.

About Goran Petrov

Election Adviser
OSCE/ODIHR
Jasna Jelisic
Head of the Western Balkans Task Force
European External Action Service

Dr. Jasna Jelisic is Head of Western Balkans Task Force in the Strategic communication division of the European External Action Service (EEAS) in Brussels and is one of the leading EU experts on foreign interference and information manipulation. She has been working for the EU since 2006 and her professional posts entail a deep knowledge of the region within its geopolitical setting. Dr Jelisic specialised in diplomatic studies at the University of Oxford. She lectures regularly on public and cultural diplomacy at graduate and postgraduate level and trains professional diplomats. She has been practicing public and cultural diplomacy and successfully initiated many stakeholder engagements. In 2012 Dr. Jelisic published ‘Public Diplomacy: Towards a European Voice in Global Dialogue’ which has been widely used as a recommended textbook for students of diplomacy and international affairs and as a ‘manual’ for professional diplomats. She is known in diplomatic circles for her insistence on innovative strategies to handle delicate situations, and a fresh approach in pursuit of resourceful diplomacy. Before involving herself in diplomacy, Dr. Jelisic was a prominent, award-winning journalist. She has also worked as a consultant and researcher for the European Commission, The World Bank, Freedom House and Princeton University.

About Jasna Jelisic

Head of the Western Balkans Task Force
European External Action Service
Marko Jankovic
Deputy President
Republic Electoral Commission

He was born on 1962 in Belgrade, with a degree in law. He is on position of Secretary of the Assembly of the City Municipality of Zemun since 2014. Since 2009, he has been a member of the Municipal Election Commission of the Municipality of Zemun and a member of the Local Election Commission of the City of Belgrade. Since 2012, he has been a member of the Republic Election Commission, and since February 2022, he has been the Deputy President of the Republic Election Commission.

About Marko Jankovic

Deputy President
Republic Electoral Commission
Verka Atanaskovic
Assistant Director at the Department on Conflict of Interest and Lobbying Issues
The Agency for Prevention of Corruption, Serbia

Ms. Verka Atanaskovic has been working in the Agency for Prevention of Corruption since its establishment. As of December 2016, she discharges the office of the Assistant Director in the Sector for Conflict of Interests and lobbying issues. She has graduated from the Faculty of Law, the University of Belgrade with the passed Bar Exam. Ms. Atanaskovic has more than 30 years of extensive working experience as a lawyer. She has been a lecturer at a series of seminars and workshops on conflict of interest and lobbying issues. In 2017 she was the Acting Director of the Agency.

About Verka Atanaskovic

Assistant Director at the Department on Conflict of Interest and Lobbying Issues
The Agency for Prevention of Corruption, Serbia
Pierre Peytier
Head of 2022 Mission to Serbia
ENEMO

Pierre Peytier from France has been involved in election monitoring, management and administration of multiple USAID, OSCE and EU funded democracy building programs since 2014. His career has focused on Central Asia, Eastern Europe and the Western Balkans, in particular work with civil society organizations, political transparency and accountability, and electoral reform projects. He has been representing Kyrgyz NGO “Coalition for Democracy and Civil Society” in the Governing Board of ENEMO since 2018, and was several times Election and Campaign Expert, Political Analyst and Deputy Head of Mission in ENEMO’s 2019-2021 International Election Observation Missions to Ukraine, Moldova, Montenegro and Albania. Recently, he was also Head of Mission to ENEMO’s IEOM in Kosovo (2021) and Head of Mission to ENEMO’s IEOM in Serbia (2022).

About Pierre Peytier

Head of 2022 Mission to Serbia
ENEMO
Andrei Goryanov
Head of Moscow Bureau
BBC World Service

About Andrei Goryanov

Head of Moscow Bureau
BBC World Service
Judita Popovic
Member of the Regulatory Body for Electronic Media Council

I was born on february 3rd 1956. I earned a law degree at the Faculty of Law, University of Novi Sad. I was a judge at the Municipal Court in Zrenjanin until 1994, when I started personal law practice as a licensed attorney in the Vojvodina Bar Association. In 2008-2014 I served as a member of parliament in The National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia. During my first term as an MP, I was elected Deputy Speaker.

About Judita Popovic

Member of the Regulatory Body for Electronic Media Council
Jovana Marovic (online)
Deputy Prime Minister
Government of Montenegro

Dr. Jovana Marovic is the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of European Affairs in the Government of Montenegro. She is also a Vice President of the United Reform Action (URA), a pro-European green political party in Montenegro. From 2004 until 2021, Jovana worked as a Counselor for the European Union with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ multilateral department, an advisor for International Relations and European Integration within the Cabinet of the Budva Municipality’s Mayor, a Research Coordinator at the Institute Alternative (a think tank), a Special Advisor to the Minister of Labor and Social Welfare, and the Executive Director of the Politikon Network, a think tank based in Podgorica. Jovana was a Member of the Working Group for Chapter 23, Judiciary and Fundamental Rights from 2012-2021, within the Montenegrin Accession Negotiations for EU membership, and a member of the Balkans in Europe Policy Advisory Group, BiEPAG, from2015-2021.

About Jovana Marovic (online)

Deputy Prime Minister
Government of Montenegro
Aleksandra Sreckovic
Media analyst
CRTA

Aleksandra is a Media analyst in CRTA. She is responsible for the election media monitoring as well as for media monitoring of foreign influence that CRTA conducts. Aleksandra also closely cooperates with CRTA’s fact-checking portal Istinomer. Together, they are developing methodologies and studies related to disinformation in Serbia. Aleksandra has a BA in psychology and is currently working on her MA in Political Psychology, mostly focusing on the usage of disinformation in building national identity.

About Aleksandra Sreckovic

Media analyst
CRTA
Radovan Kupres
Creative Director
CRTA

As the Creative Director of CRTA, Radovan Kupres is in charge of campaigns aimed at strengthening democratic culture and civic activism. Prior to joining CRTA, he had extensive experience in the fields of media and communications, starting his career as journalist and editor in most respectable national media (print, TV, radio), and continuing it in brand advertising, which provided him the opportunity to learn about the media market from multiple perspectives. He is the author of several awarded documentary series.

About Radovan Kupres

Creative Director
CRTA
Tanasije Marinkovic
Professor
Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade

Tanasije Marinkovic has been teaching constitutional law at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law since 2000, having occupied all positions from the assistantship to the full professorship. He received his degrees from the University of Belgrade (LL.B and Ph. D) and University of Paris I (LL.M). He also studied and researched at the University of Oxford, University of Fribourg, Central European University and University of Bordeaux. He has testified as an expert witness in a number of cases before the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Serbia. As a local expert of the Council of Europe he has lectured on the application of the European Convention on Human Rights in numerous seminars for the judges and registry of the basic, appellate and Administrative courts, as well as of the Supreme Court of Cassation in Serbia. He was the editor of the legal editions of the Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia and the President of the Serbian Association of Constitutional Law. He has published in the fields of constitutional law, human rights law and political jurisprudence. He has published: Electoral Systems of the European Union Members States (CeSID, 2002); Dictionary of Liberal Democracy (in co-authorship, Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia, CLDS, 2008); Limits of Freedom of Political Association – A Comparative and Theoretical Study (Dosije, Commissioner for the Protection of Equality and Judicial Academy, 2014); Commentary of the Non-Discrimination Act (in co-authorship, Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia, 2016); Commentary of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (in co-authorship, Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia, 2017), Treatise on the Right to Free Elections (Dosije, 2019) and Serbia (International Encyclopaedia of Constitutional Law, Wolters Kluwer, 2019).

About Tanasije Marinkovic

Professor
Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade
Tamara Filipovic Stevanovic
Secretary General
Independent Association of Journalists of Serbia

Tamara Filipovic Stevanovic (Serbia) has been working at Independent Journalists’ Association of Serbia since August 2010. Initially she worked as a project manager, then from July 2020 as Secretary General of IJAS. She works on development and management of the projects regarding increasing professional and ethical capacity of journalists, safety of journalists, public media policies etc. She is a media activist, with special interest in media policies and journalists’ rights. She writes reports and advocate for development of media sector and increase of media freedoms. She participated in the development and implementation of the advocacy strategy of IJAS, in the development and implementation of the regional platform SafeJournalist and finally in the development of the Media Strategy of the Republic of Serbia. She is a member of several media working groups and commissions at the state level. Tamara studied on Faculty of Philosophy, department for History.

About Tamara Filipovic Stevanovic

Secretary General
Independent Association of Journalists of Serbia

Rodoljub Sabic was born in 1955. A lawyer with an LLM degree, he chose to pursue the career of an attorney-at-law. For many years he was the managing partner of a Belgrade-based law firm, which had a number of lawyers and was active in several fields of law. He was a national deputy (Member of Parliament) and Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia and served as the Minister of Public Administration and Local Self-Government in two Serbian Governments. He is the author of numerous texts published in scientific and expert magazines and in daily press. On 22 December 2004, Mr. Sabic was elected ?s the Commissioner for Information of Public Importance by the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia. On 5 December 2011, the National Assembly reelected him to serve as the Commissioner for Information of Public Importance and Personal Data Protection in the Republic of Serbia. After leaving the office, he returned to his original career of attorney-at-law and is active in the civil sector. He is one of Crta's lawyers and a member of the board of directors of the Belgrade Center for Security Policy, where he is also the president of the Civil Committee for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders and Whistleblowers. He is also a member of the board of directors of the Renewables and Environmental Regulatory Institute - RERI.

About Rodoljub Šabic

Lawyer
André de Munter
Desk Officer
Enlargement, Western Europe and Northern Cooperation Unit, European Parliament

André De Munter is an official of the European Parliament, where he has held different positions with a focus on press and information activities and relations with national parliaments of the Member States (and then acceding country Croatia) prior to specialising in the Western Balkans, Turkey and enlargement policy as Parliament’s policy analyist. He is currently the European Parliament’s desk officer for Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo and Turkey as well as for overarching regional and enlargement policy issues. His exclusive focus on enlargement since 2013 has enabled him to keep abreast of EU integration developments in all enlargement countries.

About André de Munter

Desk Officer
Enlargement, Western Europe and Northern Cooperation Unit, European Parliament
Ivana Stevanovic
Director
Slavko Curuvija Foundation

Ivana Stevanovic is Executive Director at Slavko Curuvija Foundation (SCF), an organization established in honor of Slavko Curuvija, journalist and owner of Daily Telegraph and Evropljanin magazine, murdered in 1999. The Foundation supports free and independent journalism through enhancing professionalism and ethical standards in media, capacity building of journalists and advocacy for effective protection of journalists’ safety. From mid 90s until 2006, Ivana worked as a journalist at independent media outlets Radio Index, Blic, Demokratija and Radio B92. She came to SCF after serving 10 years as a Program Manager at Centre for Development of Non-Profit Sector. She is a member of Managing Board at Association of Online Media. Ivana is an editor of SCF’s publication Critical Points in the System of Protection of Journalists and co-editor of analysis Protection of Freedom of Speech in Judicial System of Serbia, published by SCF and Centre for Judicial Research (CEPRIS).

About Ivana Stevanovic

Director
Slavko Curuvija Foundation
Maja Divac
Journalist

Maja Divac is a journalist and a media expert based in Belgrade. She has mainly worked in TV journalism. Occasionally writes for online media and lectures on TV journalism and media regulation. Author of numerous analyzes on the topic of media self-regulation and regulation, media legislation, the role of the public service media, media ethics, etc. She is one of the co-founders of the TV production company PG Mreža. Graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade. Obtained her M.A. at New York University, and Ph.D. at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Belgrade.

About Maja Divac

Journalist
Zoran Sekulic
Director and Editor-in-chief
FoNet News Agency

Born in 1958 in Belgrade. Graduated in 1981 from the Faculty of Law in Belgrade. Started his professional journalism career in 1982. Owner and Managing Director of FoNet Ltd and Editor-in-Chief of the FoNet News Agency, established on February 7, 1994, with independent editorial policy. Member of the Management Board of the Association of Serbian Media and the Management Board of the Press Council. Member of the International Federation of Journalists, Independent Journalists’ Association of Serbia (NUNS), and the South East Europe Media Organization (SEEMO). Presented with the OSCE Person of the Year Award for contributions made to media reform in Serbia. For contribution to freedom of the media and freedom of expression, awarded with the French National Order of the Legion of Honor, and the German Order of Merit.

About Zoran Sekulic

Director and Editor-in-chief
FoNet News Agency
Marko Milosavljevic (online)
Professor, Chair of Journalism
Faculty of Social Science, Uni Ljubljana

Marko Milosavljevic is a Full Professor, Ph.D., at the Section of Journalism at the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. He is a Head of the Department of Communication at the Faculty of Social Sciences. He is a member of the Committee of Experts on Media Resilience and Sustainability (MSI-RES) at the Council of Europe (2022-). He was a Vice-Chair of the Committee of Experts on Media Environment and Reform (MSI- REF) at the Council of Europe(2020-2022). He was the chair of Communications Law and Policy section of European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA) (2018-2021) He was a member of the Core Experts Group for Media and Culture (EENCA), advising European Commission on culture and media policy (2016-2020). He was an evaluator for SEENPM for Western Balkans, lecturer at Media Plan in Sarajevo, University of Novi Sad, and University of Dubrovnik, and conducted a number of research projects on Central and Eastern Europe and Western Balkans.

About Marko Milosavljevic (online)

Professor, Chair of Journalism
Faculty of Social Science, Uni Ljubljana
Vukosava Crnjanski
Director
CRTA

Vukosava is the founder and director of Serbia’s NGO CRTA whose work focuses on supporting the democratic development of the country. Vukosava has been a civic activist in political life of Serbia for 25 years, directing her professional career toward activism and inclusive political engagement. She has extensive knowledge, understanding and expertise in fostering democratization, gained through years-long advocacy initiatives in areas of oversight and raising demand for institutional accountability and openness, election observation, fact-checking and fight against disinformation. Vukosava’s efforts in these areas have been recognized by several international and domestic awards for innovation, commitment and contribution to democracy.

About Vukosava Crnjanski

Director
CRTA
Milena Vasic
Lawyer
YUCOM Lawyers' Committee for Human Rights

Milena Vasic, attorney at law in Lawyers' Committee for Human Rights – YUCOM. She has been working for 10 years as free legal aid provider to victims of human rights violations. She is also member of YUCOM advocacy team and member of Program board. Specialized for civil and political rights - the right to freedom of elections, the right to freedom of expression, assembly and association.

About Milena Vasic

Lawyer
YUCOM Lawyers' Committee for Human Rights
Milena Manojlovic
Policy Analyst
Open Parliament, CRTA

Milena is currently finishing PhD studies at the Faculty of Political Sciences, and she is researching treatment of refugees, asylum seekers and migration policy of the EU. She is also interested in political theory, institutions and rule of law.

About Milena Manojlovic

Policy Analyst
Open Parliament, CRTA
Vujo Ilic
Policy and Research Advisor
CRTA

Vujo is a political scientist, a PhD graduate in comparative politics and social research methodology at the Central European University in Budapest, and a researcher at the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade. He is interested in everything related to elections, and often talks about data and research design.

About Vujo Ilic

Policy and Research Advisor
CRTA
Pavle Dimitrijevic
Deputy Program Director - Legal
CRTA

Pavle is a Lawyer who found his true self while investing efforts in the work of the civil society organizations since 2001, constantly searching for an answer to the important question: How can we make the life of our society better? He toured the Balkans far and wide; along the way he initiated a successful campaign to save the River Tara. He spent a decade of his life and work within the triangle Belgrade – Pristina – Podgorica. He advocated and brought positive changes to local communitutes where such changes seemed imposible. Providing him with deep understanding of the core problems in local communities across the region, this process developed his capacities for generating meaningful solutions to local issues. Pavle joined CRTA team during 2016 parliamentary elections and has been working as the Deputy program director on devising ideas for political changes ever since. He knows no problems, only challenges.

About Pavle Dimitrijevic

Deputy Program Director - Legal
CRTA
Dejan Djokic
Legal Expert in Elections

Dejan is a lawyer with nearly thirty years experience as an attorney. He has provided legal aid and counseling to different political organizations and NGOs in Serbia. Since 1997 has been actively involved in the election administration in Serbia. Between 2001 and 2009 he intermittenly served as a member of the Republic Electoral Commission and between 2001 and 2004 was a member of the City of Belgrade Electoral Commission. Participated in the OSCE/ODIHR election observation missions in Serbia and abroad between 2012 and 2020. Dejan closely worked with CRTA election observation missions between 2017 and 2022.

About Dejan Djokic

Legal Expert in Elections
Marija Stefanovic
Senior Researcher
CRTA

Marija Stefanovic holds MA degrees in Philology and Sociology. Her fields of expertise include sociolinguistics and sociology of culture. She is particularly well-versed in qualitative research, with a focus on ethnography, in-depth interviews, focus groups, text and discourse analysis. She took part in a number of major international collaborative projects, conferences and seminars, and has also published extensively across the above-mentioned domains. Starting 2016 her main focus has been empirical research. Prior to her engagement as a researcher at CRTA, she held a research position at the Center for Empirical Cultural Studies of South-East Europe.

About Marija Stefanovic

Senior Researcher
CRTA
Nevena Ruzic
Program Coordinator
Open Society Foundation Serbia

Nevena Ružic coordinates Digital Watch Program at the Open Society Foundation, Serbia since 2020. In 2019 she was a candidate for the position of Commissioner for Information of Public Importance and Personal Data Protection, supported by more than 100 CSOs. Nevena is a consultant for personal data protection, data security, freedom of information and expression, both in the country and abroad. As of 2022 she is on the Council of Europe list of experts for personal data protection. More than 10 years she worked at the Office of the Commissioner for Information of Public Importance and Personal Data Protection.

About Nevena Ruzic

Program Coordinator
Open Society Foundation Serbia
Franklin De Vrieze
Head of Practice (Accountability)
Westminster Foundation for Democracy

Franklin De Vrieze is Head of Practice Accountability at Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD). He is WFD’s in-house expert on Post-Legislative Scrutiny and published policy and academic articles on Post-Legislative Scrutiny. He offers programme quality assurance and parliamentary technical advice to WFD country teams. He conducts research and provides policy advise on financial accountability, parliament's interaction with independent oversight institutions and anti-corruption. He has worked on governance issues for over 25 years. His main areas of expertise are parliamentary development and good governance programming, implementation and evaluation.

About Franklin De Vrieze

Head of Practice (Accountability)
Westminster Foundation for Democracy
Tara Tepavac
Associate for Parliamentary Research
Open Parliament, CRTA

Tara is a political scientist with MA in Interdisciplinary South-East European Studies, currently pursuing a PhD in Law and Politics at the University of Graz with a focus on parliamentary research. She is interested in political systems, democratic processes and institutions, particularly in the role and functioning of parliaments and other institutions in semi-autocratic regimes, and works closely with CRTA and other civil society and international organizations.

About Tara Tepavac

Associate for Parliamentary Research
Open Parliament, CRTA
Marko Banovic
Researcher
The Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab

Marko Banovic is an analyst at the Digital Forensic Center which is a first digital hub of its kind in the Western Balkans devoted to countering disinformation, fake news, and propaganda campaigns that have had a goal of destabilizing democratic processes in both Montenegro and wider region. Marko is the forefront of open-source research focusing on politics and international relations and malign foreign influence. He specializes in domestic and regional political affairs, with the with a focus on media and social media. He has a degree in Politics and International Relations at the University of Westminster in London.

About Marko Banovic

Researcher
The Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab
Tobias Flessenkemper
Head of the CoE Office in Belgrade
Council of Europe

Tobias Flessenkemper was appointed by the Secretary General of the Council of Europe as Head of the Belgrade Office on 1 October 2018. His previous postings include the European External Action Service (EEAS) in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Council of the European Union in Brussels, Skopje and Sarajevo and the OSCE. 2012-13 he was visiting fellow at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP). In 2013 he became managing director of the Berlin-based agency elbarlament.org - cultures of democracy. He regularly contributes to research and higher education programmes with a focus on European cooperation. From 1998-2001 he was Secretary General of the European Youth Forum. He holds a Magister Artium (M.A.) in Political Science from the University of Cologne and European Master in International Humanitarian Assistance (E.MA) from the Ruhr-University Bochum.

About Tobias Flessenkemper

Head of the CoE Office in Belgrade
Council of Europe
Aphrodite Salas
Assistant Professor, Department of Journalism
Concordia University, Canada

Aphrodite Salas is Director of the Graduate Diploma Program and assistant professor in the Journalism Department at Concordia University, where her research focuses on collaborative forms of visual journalism. She is also a workshop leader and trainer for the Journalists for Human Rights Misinformation Project, focusing on media literacy and digital investigation. Aphrodite is a veteran journalist who has worked across Canada and internationally, including as a national reporter for CTV News, Parliamentary correspondent for CityTV and senior anchor at Global Quebec.

About Aphrodite Salas

Assistant Professor, Department of Journalism
Concordia University, Canada
Pavle Zlatic
Senior Technical Lead for Digital Development
IREX

Digital media expert with 20 years of experience in news industry. Worked at editorial and managing duties in online media, digital media consulting and media development programs - both in small scale newsrooms and environments, and in large systems. Currently Senior Lead for Digital Development at Mediji. Inovacije project in Serbia.

About Pavle Zlatic

Senior Technical Lead for Digital Development
IREX

About Ljubica Gojgic

Editor
RTV
Snjezana Milivojevic
Professor of Public Opinion and Media Studies
Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade

Snježana Milivojevic is Dean of Bayan College in Muscat, Sultanate of Oman. Previously she was Professor of Public Opinion and Media Studies at the University of Belgrade - Faculty of Political Sciences where she coordinated the Culture and Media PhD program, MA in Communication and was the founding chair of the Center for Media Research. Snjezana Milivojevic was a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at Columbia University, USA, (2012-13), Chevning Scholar at St.Antony’s College, Oxford University (2001) and visiting professor at several European and American universities. Her main academic interests are in political communication, media policy and regulation, cultural and gender studies, and media and public memory.

About Snjezana Milivojevic

Professor of Public Opinion and Media Studies
Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade
Jovana Presic
Project Manager
Istinomer.rs, Serbia

Jovana Presic joined the CRTA team at the beginning of 2018 and from April 2019 she works as Project Coordinator in Istinomer. Her profession is journalism, with experience in print media.

About Jovana Presic

Project Manager
Istinomer.rs, Serbia
Cedomir Markov
Researcher
IFDT, Serbia

Cedomir Markov is a researcher at the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory. He holds a Ph.D. in Journalism and Mass Communication from Korea University. His research interests include the role of public attitudes toward news media in political behavior, media portrayals of vulnerable social groups, and digital strategies in contemporary political communication. Current projects focus on digital communication for social change and electoral news coverage in Serbia. His work has appeared in international peer-reviewed journals including Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly and Ageing & Society.

About Cedomir Markov

Researcher
IFDT, Serbia
Radivoje Grujic
Democratic Governance Officer
OSCE/ODIHR

Since late 1990’s Radivoje was engaged in civic activism through election observation, democracy and civil society development – working in election and democratic governance assistance programs with different agencies such as the Council of Europe, IFES, NDI, Transparency International and as an independent consultant, in Moldova, Georgia, Jordan, Ukraine, Serbia and other countries. His work includes advocacy on many public policy issues and think-tank development. Prior to joining OSCE/ODIHR, Radivoje served as Country Representative of IFES in Serbia, supporting political finance oversight with state institutions and civil society. Radivoje holds a university degree in Law from Belgrade University.

About Radivoje Grujic

Democratic Governance Officer
OSCE/ODIHR
Gordana Bjeletic
Journalist
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About Gordana Bjeletic

Journalist
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Brankica Jankovic
Commissioner
Commissioner for Gender Equality, Serbia

About Brankica Jankovic

Commissioner
Commissioner for Gender Equality, Serbia
Dragan Sikimic
Director
The Agency for Prevention of Corruption, Serbia

Mr. Dragan Sikimic discharges the office of the Director of the Agency for Prevention of Corruption as of January 2018. He has graduated from the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade with the passed Bar Exam. Mr. Sikimic has more than 20 years of extensive working experience, thus encompassing managing positions in private sector, law firm, trade company and international organization (Office of the High Representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina). Prior to assuming the office of the Director of the Agency, he was Deputy Director in the National Employment Service of the Republic of Serbia. He is fluent in English.

About Dragan Sikimic

Director
The Agency for Prevention of Corruption, Serbia
Zoran Pašalic
Protector of Citizens
Ombudsman of Serbia

About Zoran Pašalic

Protector of Citizens
Ombudsman of Serbia
Milan Marinovic
Commissioner
Commissioner for Information of Public Importance and Personal Data Protection, Serbia

Milan Marinovic was Born in 1963 in Valjevo, Serbia. He graduated from the Faculty of Law in Belgrade, where he also passed the Judicial State Examination. By the Decision of the Government of the Republic Serbia of 14 August 1998, he received his first appointment as a Misdemeanour City Court judge in Belgrade, and on 24 August 2006 he was reappointed to the position. Upon proposal of the High Judicial Council, he was elected a judge of the Misdemeanour Court in Belgrade based on the Decision of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia on the Appointment of Judges for a Three-Year Term at Courts of General and Special Jurisdiction of 29 December 2009. By the Decision of the High Judicial Council on the Election of Judges to Permanent Judicial Offices, he became a permanent judge at the Misdemeanour Court in Belgrade. He served as a member of several working groups tasked with amending the existing regulations and adopting new ones.

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About Milan Marinovic

Commissioner
Commissioner for Information of Public Importance and Personal Data Protection, Serbia

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08:30 AM
General

Registration of participants

08:30 AM - 09:15 AMMetropol Palace Hotel (central lobby) - In front of the plenary room Nikola Tesla
09:30 AM
Plenary - Open panel discussion

Opening remarks

09:30 AM - 10:00 AMPlenary room - Nikola Tesla
  • +3
  • H.E. Thomas Schieb

    Ambassador of Germany to Serbia

Sponsors

  • +3
10:00 AM
Plenary - Open panel discussion

State of democracy in Serbia: why are we here?

10:00 AM - 10:15 AMPlenary room - Nikola Tesla
  • Dr. Andy Williamson (online)

    International expert in parliaments, digital innovation, civic participation and the strategic transformation of democratic institutions

Sponsors

  • +3
10:15 AM
Plenary - Open panel discussion

The role of the parliament in democratic societies

10:15 AM - 11:15 AMPlenary room - Nikola Tesla
  • +6
  • Jovana Marovic (online)

    Deputy Prime Minister

Sponsors

  • +3
11:15 AM
Break

Refreshment in front of Nikola Tesla

11:15 AM - 11:25 AMIn front of the plenary room Nikola Tesla
11:25 AM
Plenary - Open panel discussion

Trust, accountability, and expectations from the electoral process

11:25 AM - 12:25 AMPlenary room - Nikola Tesla
  • +5
  • Vladimir Dimitrijevic

    President

Sponsors

  • +3
12:25 PM
Break

Refreshment in front of Nikola Tesla

12:25 PM - 12:35 PMIn front of the plenary room Nikola Tesla
12:35 PM
Plenary - Open panel discussion

Are the media guardians of the public interest?

12:35 PM - 01:35 PMPlenary room - Nikola Tesla
  • +5
  • Lea Auffarth

    Journalism Trust Initiative

Sponsors

  • +3
01:35 PM
Break

Lunch

01:35 PM - 03:00 PMRestaurant "44 Parallel" on the ground floor of the hotel, next to the plenary room Nikola Tesla
03:00 PM
Parliament - Discussion table - Chatham Rules

I: The natural alliance between independent institutions and Parliament

03:00 PM - 04:15 PMLavander Room
  • +5
  • Brankica Jankovic

    Commissioner

Sponsors

Media - Discussion table - Chatham Rules

I: Preserving the freedom of media in combating fake news and disinformation

03:00 PM - 04:15 PMNikola Tesla A
  • +5
  • Jasna Jelisic

    Head of the Western Balkans Task Force

Sponsors

Elections - Discussion table - Chatham Rules

I: How to protect citizens’ voter rights and improve electoral conditions

03:00 PM - 04:15 PMNikola Tesla B
  • +4
  • Goran Petrov

    Election Adviser

Sponsors

04:15 PM
Break

Refreshment in Lavander

04:15 PM - 04:30 PMIn Lavender room

Refreshment in front of Nikola Tesla

04:15 PM - 04:30 PMIn front of the plenary room Nikola Tesla
04:30 PM
Parliament - Discussion table - Chatham Rules

II: Does politics leave room for ethics?

04:30 PM - 05:45 PMLavander Room
  • +4
  • Tobias Flessenkemper

    Head of the CoE Office in Belgrade

Sponsors

Media - Discussion table - Chatham Rules

II: Political diversity and fight between media bubbles

04:30 PM - 05:45 PMNikola Tesla A
  • +5
  • Judita Popovic

    Member of the Regulatory Body for Electronic Media Council

Sponsors

Elections - Discussion table - Chatham Rules

II: Public officials between the state and the election campaign

04:30 PM - 05:45 PMNikola Tesla B
  • +5
  • Magnus Öhman

    Director, Regional Europe Office

Sponsors

09:30 AM
General

Registration of participants

09:30 AM - 10:00 AMMetropol Palace Hotel (central lobby) - In front of the plenary room Nikola Tesla
10:00 AM
Parliament - Working table - Chatham Rules

How to improve the executive control and the electoral function of the Parliament

10:00 AM - 11:30 AMLavander Room
  • Rodoljub Šabic

    Lawyer

Sponsors

Elections - Working table - Chatham Rules

Better coordination of state institutions for better elections

10:00 AM - 11:30 AMNikola Tesla B
  • Pavle Dimitrijevic

    Deputy Program Director - Legal

Sponsors

Media - Working table - Chatham Rules

The role of the REM and RTS in fostering political pluralism in the media

10:00 AM - 11:30 AMNikola Tesla A
  • Snjezana Milivojevic

    Professor of Public Opinion and Media Studies

Sponsors

11:30 AM
Break

Refreshment in Lavander

11:30 AM - 12:00 AMIn Lavender room

Refreshment in front of Nikola Tesla

11:30 AM - 12:00 AMIn front of the plenary room Nikola Tesla
12:00 PM
Parliament - Working table - Chatham Rules

How to improve the legislative and representative function of the Parliament

12:00 PM - 01:30 PMLavander Room
  • Tanasije Marinkovic

    Professor

Sponsors

Elections - Working table - Chatham Rules

The electoral playing field and the position of actors

12:00 PM - 01:30 PMNikola Tesla B
  • Vujo Ilic

    Policy and Research Advisor

Sponsors

  • +1
Media - Working table - Chatham Rules

The Media strategy - how to proceed

12:00 PM - 01:30 PMNikola Tesla A
  • Tamara Filipovic Stevanovic

    Secretary General

Sponsors

01:30 PM
Break

Lunch

01:30 PM - 03:00 PMRestaurant "44 Parallel" on the ground floor of the hotel, next to the plenary room Nikola Tesla
03:00 PM
Plenary - Open panel discussion

Closing remarks

03:00 PM - 04:00 PMPlenary room - Nikola Tesla
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