Monday, October 22, 2018

Profile

Nada Popović Perišić, Founder And Professor Of The Faculty Of Media And Communication

Education Is Inheritance For The Future

However it may sound today, I’m still an irreparable leftist. However, I don’t see that which I believe in on today’s political scene

Radoslav Zelenović, Director of the Audio-visual Archive and Sanu Digitisation Centre

Culture Is a Finite Resource

This year marks half a century since I came to Belgrade. My path took me to the Youth Centre and Cinema Club Belgrade, a place where you could do a lot of things that couldn’t be done elsewhere

Simona-Mirela Miculescu, Representative Of The UN Secretary-General And Head Of The UN Office In Belgrade:

Keep Eyes Open To Possibilities

When the UN Secretary-General appointed me to lead the UN Office in Belgrade – which is empowered by him to politically support the countries of the region in their efforts towards improving regional cooperation and enhancing peace and stability – I didn’t know what to expect.

Johannes Irschik, Director Of The Austrian Cultural Forum And President Of EUNIC Serbia:

Cultural Exchange Based On Dialogue And Networking

Austria and Serbia have a lot of things in common and our relationship has numerous points of contact, be it on a historical, political, economic, personal and last but not least cultural level

Vera Madzgalj, Chief Executive Officer at BELhospice:

Doing Something Meaningful Feels Special

A year has passed since I received the great opportunity to lead the BELhospice team. Its been a special call and a great challenge, both in implementing services that improve the lives of cancer patients and their families and in establishing the first hospice in Serbia

Jelena Kovačević, Media Advisor To The Prime Minister:

Giving Up Is Not My Option

A month from now will mark exactly one year since I became an adviser for media to the Serbian Prime Minister. And that’s not just any Prime Minister, but the first lady PM in the history of Serbia. The start of her mandate, and thus my start in this position, was marked by a strike at Fiat. I didn’t have my team formed, I didn’t even know the number of my office, and I expected of myself, and Serbia expected of Ana Brnabić,for the strike to be ended and the workers sent back to work. In just one day, I had more than 96 telephone conversations. There were just too many, which is why I remember the amount.

Ann Pešić, President Of The International Women’s Club (IWC) And Irish Honorary Consul:

Respecting Diversity Through Cooperation

The International Women’s Club has been in existence for many years and has brought together women who are in Belgrade temporarily, either as members of the diplomatic community or for business reasons, and a number of local women who may have spent many years living abroad and have come back to live in Serbia and wish to keep those international connections

Jasna Dimitrijević, Manager Of Ilija M. Kolarac Endowment:

Clear Vision Of Present And Future

It is a professional challenge and honour for every manager in the domain of culture to have the opportunity to manage a cultural/ educational institution, and in particular the Kolarac National University, which started operating in Belgrade 86 years ago

Violeta Jovanović, Executive Director Of The National Alliance For Local Economic Development (NALED):

Public-Private Dialogue Key

For the past fifteen years, I have had the privilege of being engaged in growing civil society in the region and understanding how active and caring citizens gathered together in associations drive the development of their communities and countries

Vigor Majić, Director Of The Petnica Science Centre:

Children WillChange The World

I sincerely believe in the idea that people are the key factor in the development of society, incomparably more important than highways, luxury shopping centres or the strength of military units.
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