Ana has been active in the NGO sector in Bosnia and Herzegovina and in the region since 2014. She participated in many programs, projects and workshops dealing mostly with peace-building, regional cooperation, media, education and minority rights. This lead her to develop an interest in the inter-disciplinary approach. Especially, after having the honor of being a John Lewis fellow back in 2016 and expanding horizons beyond regional. Although she studied French language and literature most of her time was spent in before mentioned extracurriculars. Ana is currently interning for the Department of the Political Affairs at the OSCE Mission to BiH and preparing to facilitate an online course on Countering Hate Speech in Europe. She hopes to continue working on issues dear to her heart and be the positive change she wants to see.
Updated May 2016
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