Personal details

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Surname, first name: Gajin dr Saša
Sex: Male
Date of birth: 25/03/1965
Nationality: Serbian

Education and academic qualification

a) B.A. in Law, Law Faculty, University of Belgrade, 1988;
b) A. in Law, L.L.M. in Human Rights and Civil Liberties, Faculty of Law, University of Leicester, the United Kingdom, 1992;
c) Ph.D. in Law, Law Faculty, University Union in Belgrade, 2010, Ph.D. thesis under the title: “Human Rights, Legal Systematic Framework”.

 

Personal activities

a) Present position

  1. Associate-professor, Law Faculty, University Union in Belgrade. Saša Gajin has established and is teaching following subjects:
    – “Human Rights”, B.A. course, I grade;
    – “Media Law”, B.A. course, III grade;
    – “Anti-discrimination Law”, B.A. course, IV grade;
    – ”Theory of Human Rights and Equality Law”, M.A. course in Human Rights in English;
    – “Privacy Right and the Law on Information”, M.A. course in Human Rights in English.
  2. Deputy-director of the Center for Advanced Legal Studies (CALS) in Belgrade, in charge for the following activities:
    – Coordinator of activities and project manager in the fields of human rights protection, prohibition of discrimination, protection of national minorities and access to justice, media legislation and the law on information;
    – Coordinator and founder of the Coalition Against Discrimination, a permanent coalition of the following organizations: Center for Advanced Legal Studies, Civil Rights Defenders, Labris – the organization for lesbian human rights, CHRIS Network of Human Rights Committees, Association of Students with Handicaps, Gayten LGBT, PRAXIS and Equality – the organization for human rights;
    – Coordinator and founder of the Coalition for Access to Justice, a permanent coalition of the following organizations: Center for Advanced Legal Studies, Civil Rights Defenders, Humanitarian Law Center, CHRIS Network of Human Rights Committees, Youth Initiative for Human Rights, PRAXIS, Independent Association of Journalist in Serbia and Independent Society of Journalists of Vojvodina.
  3. Deputy-member of European Commission Against Racism and Intolerance from Serbia since 2007.

b) Work at national level

  1. Work on drafting following legislative acts and strategic documents:
    – The Law Against Discrimination, principal co-author and member of the working group of the Ministry of Justice, Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, 2001;
    – The Law on Public Information, adopted in 2003,  principal co-author and member of the working group of the Ministry of Culture and Information, Republic of Serbia;
    – The Law on Free Access to Information of Public Importance, adopted in 2004, principal co-author and member of the working group of the Government of the Republic of Serbia;
    – The Law on Prevention of Discrimination of Persons with Disabilities, adopted in 2006, principal co-author and member of the working group of the Ministry of Labor, Employment and Social Affairs, Republic of Serbia;
    – The Law on Personal Data Protection, adopted in 2008, principal co-author and member of the working group of the Ministry of Justice, Republic of Serbia;
    – The Law on Prohibition of Discrimination, adopted in 2009, principal co-author and member of the joint working group of the Ministry of Labor, Employment and Social Affairs and the Ministry of Human and Minority Rights, Republic of Serbia;
    – The Law on Data Confidentiality, adopted in 2009, principal co-author and member of the working group of the Ministry of Justice, Republic of Serbia;
    – The Law on Amending the Law on Non-Contentious Procedure (in relation to the undocumented members of Roma minority), adopted in 2012. on the basis the Model Law on the Procedure for the Recognition of Legal Subjectivity from 2008, principal co-author;
    – Media legislation, encompassing the Law on Public Information and Media Outlets, the Law on Electronic Media Outlets, the Law on Public Broadcasting Services, adopted in 2014,  principal co-author and member of the working group of the Ministry of Culture and Information, Republic of Serbia;
    – The Action Plan for the Realization of the Rights of National Minorities, adopted in 2016,  principal co-author and member of the joint working group of the Ministry of State Administration and Local Self-Government and the Ministry of Justice, Republic of Serbia;
    – The Law on Free Legal Aid, pending the adoption, principal co-author and member of the working group of the Ministry of Justice, Republic of Serbia.
  2. Advocacy work for the adoption of following legislative acts:
    – The Model Law on Public Information, co-author, Belgrade Centre for Human Rights, 1997;
    – The Model Law Against Discrimination, co-author, the Institute for Comparative Law in Belgrade, 2001;
    – The Model Law on Prohibition of Discrimination of Persons with Disabilities, co-author, CALS, 2003;
    – The Model Law on Legal Aid, co-author, CALS, 2003;
    – The Prohibition of Discrimination and Harassment of Women, the Model Amendments of the Constitution of Serbia and Relevant Legislation, co-author, the Center for Peace and Development of Democracy and CALS, 2008;
    – The Model Law on the Procedure for the Recognition of Legal Subjectivity, co-author, CALS and PRAXIS, 2008;
    – The Model Law on the Prevention of Domestic Violence, co-author, CALS, 2009;
    – The Model Law on the Reasons and the Procedure for the Limitation and Protection of Individual Rights of the Persons with Mental Disability, co-author, CALS, 2012;
    – The Model Law on the Recognition of Legal Consequences of the Sex Reassignment and the Diagnosis of Gender Dysphoria, co-author, CALS, 2012;
    – The Model Law on Registered Same-Sex Civil Partnership, co-author, CALS, 2012;
    – The Model Law on the Use of Sign Language, co-author, CALS, 2013;
    – The Model Law on the Rights of Civilian Victims of Human Rights Violation Committed During and in Connection with Armed Conflicts in the Period 1991-2001, co-author, CALS, Humanitarian Law Center, 2015;
  3. Work on projects in the field of human rights:
    – Manager of more than 50 projects in the field of human rights, realized by CALS in the period 2001-2017 with the support of the EU and other donors.
    – Participant of the projects in the field of human rights and prohibition of discrimination realized by Belgrade Center for Human Rights, CALS, Media Center, Center for Peace and Development of Democracy, PRAXIS, Education Center, CHRIS Network of Human Rights Committees, Labris, Civil Rights Defenders, Fund for the Open Society, AIRE Center, Humanitarian Law Center, Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia, Youth Initiative for Human Rights, European Movement in Serbia, Council of Europe, EU Delegation in Serbia, OSCE, UNDP, UNHCR and UNICEF, in the period 1996-2017;
  4. Academic work in the field of human rights:
    – Research associate in the Institute of Comparative Law in Belgrade in the field of human rights, prohibition of discrimination, freedom of religion, right to privacy, personal data protection and freedom of media, in the period 1990-2010;
    – Professor of Law in the Faculty of Law, Union University in Belgrade, in the field of human rights, constitutional law, theory of human rights, equality law, media law and the law on information, in the period 2002-2017;
    – Author, co-author and editor of more than 110 monographs, articles and other papers in the field of human rights, in the period 1990-2017.

c) International work

  1. European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI) of the Council of Europe:
    – Deputy-member from the Republic of Serbia, in the period 2007-2017.
  2. Montenegro:
    – Model Law Against Discrimination, co-author, Center for Democracy and Human Rights, Podgorica, 2006; The Law on Prohibition of Discrimination of Montenegro was adopted in 2010 on the basis of the Model Law;
    – The study titled: ”Influence of the Independence of Montenegro on Sensitive Social Groups”, co-author, for the UNDP, Podgorica, 2006;
    – The study titled: “The Implementation of the Law on Prohibition of Discrimination of Montenegro”, author, for the OEBS, Podgorica, 2011;
    – The study titled: “The Report on the Roma Minority Living in the Camps”, author, for the UNHCR, Podgorica, 2011;
    – The study titled: “The Level of Harmonization Montenegrin Legislation with the Law on Prohibition of Discrimination of Persons with Disabilities and the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, with the Recommendation for its Harmonization”, author, for the Ministry of Human and Minority Rights of Montenegro, Podgorica, 2016.
  3. Participant of the international conferences in the field of human rights protection, prohibition of discrimination, freedom of expression, freedom of assembly, access to justice and the status of human rights defenders in Brussels (organized by the EU), Geneva (organized by the UN), Stockholm (organized by the Civil Rirhts Defenders).

 

Publications and other works

a) Monographs:

  1. Lexicon of the Civil Law, co-author, Nomos, Belgrade, 1996, pp. 94, 317, 321-322, 327-331, 565-566, 567-569;
  2. The Model Law on Public Information, co-author, Belgrade Centre for Human Rights, Belgrade, 1998, pp. 1-54;
  3. Media Law, with The Model Law on Public Information, co-author, Belgrade Centre for Human Rights, Belgrade, 1998, pp. 1-300;
  4. Compatibility of Yugoslav Law and Practice with the Requirements of the European Convention on Human Rights, co-author, English language edition, Council of Europe, Strasbourg, 2002, pp.1-300;
  5. Compatibility of Yugoslav Law and Practice with the Requirements of the European Convention on Human Rights, co-author, Serbian language edition, Council of Europe, Belgrade, 2002, pp.1-301;
  6. Free Access to Information, Constitutional and Legislative Guaranties, co-author, Fund for the Open Society, Belgrade, 2004, pp. 1-63;
  7. The Law on Free Access to Information, A Guide, co-author, Fund for the Open Society, Belgrade, 2005, pp. 1-94;
  8. The Model Personal Data Protection Act, co-author, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2005, pp. 1-55;
  9. The Model Code of Conduct for Journalists, co-author, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2005, pp. 1-37;
  10. Developing a Harmonized Information and Communication Law in Europe, The Challenges of the Republic of Serbia, co-author and editor, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2005, pp. 1-360;
  11. The Legal Aid Model Act, co-author, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2005, pp. 1-37;
  12. First Analysis of the Personal Data Protection Law in Serbia, to Determinate Whether a Second Step Has to Be Undertaken, co-author, CRID- University of Namur, 2006, pp. 1-59;
  13. The Model Code of Conduct in Providing Legal Aid, co-author, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2006, pp. 1-52;
  14. The Model Law Against Discrimination, co-author, Centre for Democracy and Human Rights (CEDEM), Podgorica, Montenegro, 2006, pp. 1-23;
  15. Anti-discrimination Law, A Guide, editor and co-author, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2006, pp. 1-215;
  16. Discrimination in Serbia, Report by the Coalition Against Discrimination, editor, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2007, pp. 1-152;
  17. Human Rights, a manual for the course of the Constitutional Law at the School of Law, author, University Union in Belgrade, Belgrade, 2007, pp. 1-88;
  18. Legal Aid, editor, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2007, pp. 1-338;
  19. The Model Law on Classified Information, co-author, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2007, pp. 1-71;
  20. The Model Law on Prevention of Mobbing, co-author, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2008, pp. 1-38;
  21. Anti-discrimination Law, A Guide, II Edition with the translation on Hungarian, Albanian and Romani language, editor and co-author, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2008, pp. 1-381;
  22. Discrimination in Serbia 2007, Report by the Coalition Against Discrimination, editor, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2008, pp. 1-153;
  23. Access to the Public Authorities’ Buildings for Persons with Disabilities 2007, Report by the Coalition Against Discrimination, editor, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2008, pp. 1-29;
  24. Prohibition of Discrimination and Harrasment of Women, The Model Amandments to the Constitution of Serbia and other Legislations, co-author, Centre For Peace and Development of Democracy, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2008, pp.1-84;
  25. The Model Law on the Procedure for the Recognition of Legal Subjectivity, co-author, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, PRAXIS, Belgrade, 2008, pp. 1-39;
  26. Discrimination of Persons with Disabilities, Report, editor, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2008, pp. 1-49;
  27. Organisations of Persons with Disabilities, editor, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2008, pp. 1-65;
  28. Discrimination in Serbia 2008, Report by the Coalition Against Discrimination, editor, Centre For Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2009, pp. 1-150;
  29. Access to the Public Authorities’ Buildings for Persons with Disabilities 2008, Report by the Coalition Against Discrimination, editor, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2009, pp. 1-34;
  30. Discrimination of Persons with Disabilities II, Report, editor, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2009, pp. 1-49;
  31. Organisations of Persons with Disabilities II, editor, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2009, pp. 1-102;
  32. The Model Law on Prevention of Domestic Violance, co-author, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2009, pp. 1-67;
  33. Discrimination in Serbia 2009, Report by the Coalition Against Discrimination, editor, Centre For Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2010, pp. 1-91;
  34. Implementation of the Law on Prevention of Discrimination of Persons with Disabilities, co-author, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2009, pp. 1-79;
  35. Study on the Social, Economical and Legal Position of the Organisations of Persons with Disabilities, co-author, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2009, pp. 1-91;
  36. Access to the Public Authorities’ Buildings for Persons with Disabilities 2009, Report by the Coalition Against Discrimination, editor, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2009, pp. 1-43;
  37. Human Rights, A Legal Systematic Framework, Ph.D. thesis, the Faculty of Law, Union University, Belgrade, 2010, pp. 1-206;
  38. Laws on Prohibition of Discrimination, A Guide, editor and co-author, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2010, pp. 1-150;
  39. Discrimination in Serbia 2010, Report by the Coalition Against Discrimination, editor, Centre For Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2011, pp. 1-154;
  40. Human Rights, A Legal Systematic Framework, Faculty of Law, Union University, Institute of Comparative Law, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2011, pp. 1-345;
  41. The Model Law on Registered Same-Sex Civil Partnership, co-author, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2012, pp. 1-87;
  42. The Model Law on the Reasons and the Procedure for the Limitation and Protection of Individual Rights of the Persons with Mental Disability, co-author, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2012, pp. 1-67;
  43. The Model Law on the Recognition of Legal Consequences of the Sex Reassignment and the Diagnosis of Gender Dysphoria, co-author, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2012, pp. 1-135;
  44. Discrimination in Serbia 2011, Report by the Coalition Against Discrimination, editor, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2012, pp. 1-103;
  45. Human Rights, A Legal Systematic Framework, II edition, author, Faculty of Law, Union University, Institute of Comparative Law, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2012, pp. 1-345;
  46. Access to Information of Public Importance and the Protection of Data Confidentiality, editor, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), Belgrade, 2012, pp. 1-60;
  47. The Model Law on the Use of Sign Language, co-author, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, 2013, pp. 1-86;
  48. Discrimination in Serbia 2012, Report by the Coalition Against Discrimination, editor, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2013, pp. 1-81;
  49. Using Complaints to Combat Discrimination, editor and the author of introductory text, Centre For Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2013, pp. 1-240;
  50. Using Testing to Combat Discrimination, editor and the author of introductory text, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2013, pp. 1-117;
  51. Implementation of the Law on Data Confidentiality, Ten Major Obstacles, editor and the author of introductory text, Center for Advanced Legal Studies, Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), Belgrade, 2014, pp. 1-106;
  52. The Rights of Persons with Mental Disabilities, Volume I – International and Comparative Standards, editor and the author of introductory text, Center for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2014, pp. 1-182;
  53. The Rights of Persons with Mental Disabilities, Volume II – On the Needs and Directions of the Reform of Domestic Legal System in regards the Persons with Mental Disabilities, editor and the author of introductory text, Center for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2014, pp. 1-67;
  54. The Rights of Persons with Mental Disabilities, Volume III – Looking Forward to the New Legal Rules, editor, Center for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2014, pp. 1-109;
  55. The Model Law on the Rights of Civilian Victims of Human Rights Violation Committed During and in Connection with Armed Conflicts in the period 1991-2001, co-author, Center for Advanced Legal Studies, Humanitarian Law Center, Belgrade, 2015, pp. 1-114
  56. Highest International and European Standards in Child Protection, editor, Center for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2016, pp. 1-154;
  57. General Framework for the Enjoyment of the Rights of the Child and the Position of Vulnerable Groups of Children, editor, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2016, pp. 1-197;
  58. Position of the Child in the Criminal Law System, editor, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2016, pp. 1-107;

b) Articles and other papers:

  1. The Right to Likeness, author, Anali Pravnog fakulteta u Beogradu, No. 5/90, pp. 624-642;
  2. Violation of the Right to Likeness, author, Bezbednost i društvena samozaštita, No. 7-8, pp. 61-67 and 9/90, pp. 27-32;
  3. Contemporary Conceptions of the Notion and Structure of the Right to Privacy in the Case Law of the Supreme Court of the United States, author, Strani pravni život, No. 1 /91, pp. 34-46;
  4. The Concept of Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights, author, Strani pravni život, No. 2-3/92, pp. 39-49;
  5. Compensatory Damage in the Case of the Violation of the Right to Likeness, author Pravni život, No. 11-12/92, pp. 2071-2080;
  6. Protection of the Right to Likeness and English Law, MA thesis, School of Law, Leicester University, the United Kingdom, 1993;
  7. Compensatory Damage in the Case of the Violation of the Right to Likeness – A Case Law Study, author, Anali Pravnog fakulteta u Beogradu, No. 3-4/93, pp. 385-394;
  8. A Bill of Rights for Britain?, author, Strani pravni život, No. 2-3/94, pp. 69-82;
  9. Damages in the Case of the Violation of the Right to Likeness, author, Yugoslav Law, No. 1/95, pp. 37-52;
  10. Protection of Human Rights in the State of Emergency, author, Pravni život, No. 9/95, pp. 835-852;
  11. Political Advocacy by the Press, Monopolization of Mass Media, and Manipulation of Public Views, author, Strani pravni život, No. 1-3/96, pp. 103-116;
  12. Human Rights Limitations According to the Constitutions of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Serbia and Montenegro, author, Yugoslav Law, No. 1-3/96, pp. 301-310;
  13. An Outline for the Study of the Freedom of Religion, the Non-Establishment Principle, Strani pravni život, No. 2/97, pp. 67-74;
  14. An Outline for the Study of the Freedom of Religion, the Free Exercise Principle, Strani pravni život, No. 3/97, pp. 53-57;
  15. An Outline for the Study of the Freedom of Religion, the Relationship Between the Non- Establishment Principle and the Free Exercise Principle, Strani pravni život, No. 3/98, pp. 33-44;
  16. Freedom of Religion, author, in Human Rights in Serbia, Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia, Belgrade, pp. 165-182;
  17. The Model Law Against Discrimination, co-author, with the introductory explanation, author, in The Models of Anti-discrimination Legislation, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2003, pp. 9-18, 19-38;
  18. The Model Law Against Discrimination of Persons with Disabilities, co-author, in The Models of Anti-discrimination Legislation, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2003, pp. 47-87;
  19. Personal Data Protection, author, in Harmonization of Domestic Law with the EU Law, vol. VII, Institute of Comparative Law, Belgrade, 2004, pp. 107-126;
  20. Article 1 of the First Protocol to the European Convention on Human Rights, author, in Property Law Amendments in Serbia, Institute of Comparative Law, Belgrade, 2005, pp. 37-50;
  21. Personal Data Protection, A Perspective of Harmonization of National Legislation with the EU Law, author, in Personal Data Protection and Confidential Information, Legal Standards, Fund for an Open Society, Belgrade, 2005, pp. 11-42;
  22. On the Models of Anti-discrimination Legislation, author, in Anti-discrimination Law, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2005, pp. 7-22;
  23. Expert analysis titled: “Influence of the Independence of Montenegro on Sensitive Social Groups”, co-author, for the UNDP, Podgorica, 2006, pp. 1-36;
  24. What is Prohibited to Do, author, in The Models of Anti-discrimination Legislation, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2006, pp. 11-39;
  25. The Analysis of the Legislation Related to the Position of Roma Children, author, for PRAXIS, Belgrade, 2007, pp. 1-20;
  26. Legal Aspects of Domestic Violence, co-author, in Prevention and Protection Against Domestic Violence, PRAXIS, Belgrade, 2007, pp. 27-46;
  27. Protection of Rights of Internally Displaced Persons, co-author, PRAXIS, Belgrade, 2009, pp. 1-45;
  28. Notion, Forms and Cases of Discrimination, author, in Anti-discrimination Laws, A Guide, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2005, pp. 9-50;
  29. Anti-discrimination, author, in A Guide for the Use of Mediation Techniques in the Cases of Discrimination, UNDP, Belgrade, 2010, pp. 1-22;
  30. Discrimination Against the Roma, author, in Anti-discrimination in Serbia and Vulnerable Social Groups (English language edition), UNDP, Belgrade, 2010, pp. 67-77;
  31. Discrimination against Women, author, in Anti-discrimination in Serbia and Vulnerable Social Groups (English language edition), UNDP, Belgrade, 2010, pp. 78-93;
  32. Discrimination Against Persons with Disabilities, author, in Anti-discrimination in Serbia and Vulnerable Social Groups (English language edition), UNDP, Belgrade, 2010, pp. 94-106;
  33. Discrimination Against Internally Displaced Persons, author, in Anti-discrimination in Serbia and Vulnerable Social Groups (English language edition), UNDP, Belgrade, 2010, pp. 112-126;
  34. Strategic Orientations of the European Union and the Republic of Serbia in Respect of the Status of Persons with Disabilities, author, in Fifth Anniversary of the Adoption of the Law on Prevention of Discrimination of Persons with Disabilities, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2011, pp. 7-47;
  35. Expert analysis titled: “The Implementation of the Law on Prohibition of Discrimination of Montenegro”, author, for OSCE, Podgorica, 2011, pp. 1-48;
  36. Expert analysis titled: “The Position of the Roma Minority Living in the Camps”, author, for UNHCR, Podgorica, 2011, pp. 1-34;
  37. Notion, Forms and Cases of Discrimination, author, in Prohibition of Discrimination, The Legislation and Practice in Montenegro, Centre for Democracy and Human Rights, Podgorica, 2012, pp. 13-41;
  38. Forms of Discrimination, author, in Judicial Protection Against Discrimination, the Commissioner for the Protection of Equality, Judicial Academy, Belgrade, 2012, pp. 155-178;
  39. Development and Mutual Consistence of Normative Frameworks Related to Free-Access to Official Documents and Data Confidentiality, author, in Access to Public Information and Protection of Confidential Data, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, OSCE, Beograd, 2012, pp. 7-17;
  40. Human Rights: What For?, author, Pravni zapisi, Law Faculty, Union University in Belgrade, 2014, pp. 235-240;
  41. Position and Role of the Fourth Branch of Public Authorities in Present and Future Constitutional Order of the Republic of Serbia, author, Istraživački forum 2/2014, European Movement in Serbia, Belgrade, pp. 1-6;
  42. On the Need and Directions of Legal Reform in Relation to the Persons with Mental Disabilities, author, in The Rights of Persons with Mental Disabilities, Volume III – Looking Forward to the New Legal Rules, editor, Centre for Advanced Legal Studies, Belgrade, 2014, pp. 7-14;
  43. Deficits of the Legal System in the Field of Informational Security and the Need for its Harmonization with Highest European Standards, author, in Implementation of the Law on Data Confidentiality, Ten Major Obstacles, Centre For Advanced Legal Studies, OSCE, Belgrade, 2014, pp. 25-32;
  44. Expert analysis titled: The Level of Harmonization of the Legislation in Montenegro with the Law on Prohibition of Discrimination of Persons with Disabilities and the UN Convention of the Rights of the Persons with Disabilities, with the Recommendations for Further Harmonization, author, for the Ministry for Human and Minority Rights of Montenegro, Podgorica, 2016, pp. 1-119.

 

Language skills (1 – excellent; 5 – basic):

a) English: reading – 1; speaking – 1; writing – 1;
b) French: reading – 2; speaking – 2; writing – 2;
c) Official languages of the states founded on the teritory of ex-Yugoslavia (Serbian, Montenegrin, Croatian, Bosnian): reading – 1; speaking – 1; writing – 1;

 

Other relevant information:

Full computer literacy (MS Windows/Mac – Office, Photoshop, Basic Graphics, Web-based applications, Basic HTML).