Institute for European Affairs is focusing on negotiations between Serbia and the EU as well as on strengthening the capacity of all sides involved in the process. Given the complexity and long duration of the process, the Institute brings together a large number of professionals and external experts with whom organises trainings, debates and other forms of capacity development. We want to contribute to enhanced understanding of Serbia-EU relations. The Institute provides multi-perspective trainings in order to enable active participation of professionals and citizens in the decision-making processes. The Institute actively advocates for fundamental reforms within the EU integration process and in cooperation with partners working on strengthening Serbia's capacity to face the challenges of the global world through collective action. The overall objective is active membership of Serbia in Euro-Atlantic framework for the benefit of all citizens.

Ana Janošev

anaBorn in Krusevac, but grew up in Vrsac, where she finished high school “Borislav Petrov Braca”. During high school she gets a scholarship for A-SMYLE exchange program in the USA, where she gets familiar with volunteering and becomes active in non-governmental sector.

She studied international affairs at the Faculty of Political Science at Belgrade University. She spends the last year of her studies in the USA, at the University of Mississippi, where she has a chance to participate at the Model UN conference in New York, with notable success.

During studies she gets actively involved in A-SMYLE alumni community and participates in projects involving education of Roma children. At the same time she becomes the vice president of Student Union of Vrsac, where she coordinates two successful projects, whose themes included debating and local public policies. She is also a project coordinator of ”Vrsac Street Olympics”, a sporting event which gathers over 350 participants. Besides all that, she volunteered on various sporting and cultural events.

She believes that volunteering and informal education are necessary to complement formal education. It helps us to get to know ourselves and our interests, but also to compensate for the lacks of our formal education.

She plays volleyball, and in free time does photography.

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