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Mr Andreja Bogdanovski
Email: bogdanovski [dot] agmail [dot] com
Mobile phone: + 38970732902
Mr. Andreja Bogdanovski works as a Security Research Fellow at Analytica think tank in Skopje providing research and policy solutions to challenges affecting the stability and security in Macedonia and the Balkans. Security sector reforms covering police, army and intelligence has been focus area over the years including control and oversight, policy planning and management, EU/NATO integrations etc.
Mr. Bogdanovski holds a Masters degree in International Peace and Security from the Department of War Studies at King’s College London. He speaks Macedonian, English, Serbo-Croatian and has a basic knowledge of Bulgarian.
Dr Dejan Stjepanović
D [dot] Stjepanovicchi [dot] ac [dot] uk
Dejan [dot] Stjepanoviced [dot] ac [dot] uk
Dr Dejan Stjepanović is an Honorary Fellow at the University of Edinburgh, School of Social and Political Science, an Associate Lecturer in Politics at the University of Chichester. He, and holds a Ph.D. in Political and Social Sciences from the European University Institute, Florence and an MA in Nationalism Studies from Central European University, Budapest. His expertise includes territorial politics, security studies, nationalism and migration, focusing on the region of southeastern Europe. He is widely published and is is fluent in his native Serbo-Croat, English, Macedonian and Greek. He uses Russian and Italian in his research as well. His considerable international experience includes having lived, worked and conducted fieldwork in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia, Serbia and the UK. (Pro bono service is not avaiable.)
Magdalena Lembovska works as a research fellow on the Foreign and Security Policy Program at Analytica think tank Skopje, dealing with contemporary security issues and the concept of good governance. Ms Lembovska has experience in conducting policy relevant research, writing policy papers and organizing advocacy activities. Her interests include: protection of human rights, irregular migration, organized crime, security sector reform and the process of democratization. She has developed expertise in the area through researching national policies and practices for dealing with irregular migration and asylum seekers as well as the treatment of asylum seekers in Europe.