Prof. Zdravko Grebo
In memoriam, 1947-2019
Honorary President of the ERMA Programme, Professor Emeritus at the School of Law of the the University of Sarajevo. He has been the director of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies since its establishment until 2007. Professor Grebo has participated in drafting the alternative Constitution for Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1990. He was founder of the Open Society Foundation – Bosnia and Herzegovina and its chair between 1992 and 1997. He is also a member of PEN Centre. Professor Grebo is member of the International Association for Theory and Philosophy of Law and secretary of the Legal Science Chamber at the Academy of Science and Art of Bosnia and Herzegovina. He is laureate of many academic awards and distinctions among which the ‘Conference of European Rectors’, Roosevelt Foundation ‘Four Freedoms Award’ and the ‘Palm Academic Award’ of the French Government. Professor Grebo has published five books and more than 200 scientific articles in the field of law.
Prof. Marco Borraccetti
Co-Director of the ERMA Programme as of 2018, is an Assistant professor at the Department of Political and Social Sciences in the Forli Campus of the Bologna University.
He is a Researcher of European Union Law at the Faculty of Political Science “Roberto Ruffilli.” Prof. Borraccetti main research interests are European Union, Migration, Mobility, Development, Fundamental Rights and Court of Justice. Prof. Borraccetti has been participating in numerous European projects throughout his professional career. He has been extensively writing on migration, human trafficking, European Union, fundamental rights, etc.
Prof. Asim Mujkić
Co-Director of the ERMA Programme and a full professor at the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Sarajevo teaching Philosophy; and Ethics and the Political Elites. He has published five books and more than 80 scientific articles in Bosnia and Herzegovina and abroad amongst which: Short History of Pragmatism (2005); We, the citizens of the Ethno polis (2007), and Justice and Ethno-nationalism (2010). Professor Mujkić is also the President of the Association of Political Sciences in Bosnia and Herzegovina (2007) and Vice-Editor in Chief of the Review for Art, Science and Social Issues “Echo”. From 2003-2005 he has been the Head of the Department of Sociology and from 2005-2011, a Pro-Dean for Student Education at the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Sarajevo.
Mariana Hadzijusufović, MA
Mariana Hadzijusufovic is the Coordinator of the Administrative and Financial Unit of the ERMA programme on behalf of the University of Sarajevo. Previously she worked as a legal counsellor on refugee issues in the Legal Clinic (UNHCR BO Chisinau) and as ERMA Academic tutor. Mariana holds an international law degree from the State University of Moldova and is an alumna of the ERMA programme class of 2002/03.
Alina Trkulja, PhD student
Alina Trkulja graduated from the European Regional MA programme in Democracy and Human Rights in South East Europe in 2011 and is working as an academic tutor since then. She became the academic coordinator in 2019. Currently doing PhD studies in Sociology at the faculty of Political Sciences, University of Sarajevo, she reads and writes about sociology of education, social justice, human rights and their interdependence. Alina also graduated in Comparative Literature and Art History at the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Sarajevo.
Assistant for educational programs / Academic Tutor email@example.com
Besides being ERMA Alumna, Marija Ivanović holds an M.A. in Political and Social Studies of Latin America from the University of Economics (Prague) and University Alberto Hurtado (Santiago de Chile). Also, she graduated from M.A. programme in Nationalism Studies (Central European University). She worked in the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and Caribbean in Chile and, more recently, she was a Young Researcher at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Koszeg. Her interests lie in questions of identity, memory, political geography, and feminism. She joined the CIS team as an assistant for educational programs in 2019.
Assistant for educational programs / Academic Tutor
Aida Salihović-Gušić holds a Master’s degree in English and American Literature, obtained from the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo, additionally graduating from the ERMA Programme in 2017. She has been active in NGO Sector, working on various human rights issues. Her main fields of interests are related to intersectionality of women’s and religous rights, freedom of religion and belief, and hate crimes and hate speech on the basis of religon. She has been appointed as an Academic Tutor, joining the ERMA team in November 2019 and works in CIS as an assistant for educational programs.
Alumni Relations Manager
Marjan Icoski is an ERMA alumnus class of 2014/2015 graduating Cum Laudae from the Programme. He is part of ERMA since 2016, first working as a project assistant through the Global Campus of Human Rights Internship Programme and currently as an academic tutor. Previously, Marjan obtained a BA in Law and LL.M in Civil Law and Civil Procedure from Iustinianus Primus Faculty of Law in Skopje. His field of interests are international human rights law and European integration with a focus on the Western Balkan Region.
Nina Dragičević is a librarian at the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies of the University of Sarajevo, primarily engaged with Human Rights Centre and ERMA programme. She holds a degree in Library Science and Comparative Literature from the University of Sarajevo, where she graduated in 2008. Besides information processing and user services, she actively participates in research projects (bibliographic research, MARC conversions etc.). She has also worked on implementing online Human Rights Observatory: Bosnia and Herzegovina. She was part of the team involved in implementing BiHMe (Bosnian memories) project.
Ms. Mileva Piralić graduated at the Faculty of Organizational Siences in Belgrade. Mileva has been Finance assistant-accountant of the University of Sarajevo, since 2007. Previously she worked as a Finance Officer at the Mechanical Faculty of Sarajevo from 1990 to 1992, and as a Finance Assistant in the International Rescue Committee-New York in Bosnia and Hercegovina in the period of 1996 to 2006.
Adna Oković, MA
Adna Oković holds a master’s degree in American and English Literature from the University of Sarajevo. As the best student in her class at the Faculty of Philosophy, she was awarded the University Chancellor’s Golden and Silver Badge awards. She has been a member of the American Studies Association in Bosnia and Herzegovina since its founding in 2015. Scottish Universities’ International Summer School (SUISS) alumna. Ms. Oković has presented research papers at various conferences and symposia in Bosnia and Herzegovina and abroad. Her research interests include: American history, culture and literature, gender studies and pop-culture. She has been working as an assistant for educational programs at the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies since 2018. Ms. Oković is currently a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Sarajevo.