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.

Milica Gačić

Born is Smederevo, where she finished elementary and high school as an excellent student. She finished the undergraduate studies at the Faculty of Geography in 2016, the department of Spatial Planning, where she has continued with her master studies.

During her elementary and high school she took part in numerous school competitions at the municipal, regional and national level. Besides the Faculty angagement, she participates in diverse facultative activities as participating at many national and international conferences and professional meetings, writing and publicating papers, volunteering for a few NGO and humanitarian organizations. Parallelly, she has improved her knowledge of English, French, Spanish, Dutch and has started to learn Russian.

Meanwhile and after undergraduate studies she has been volunteering at a few enterprises and companies: Public enterprise „Roads of Serbia“, GDI GISDATA Serbia, Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure – Directorate of Inland Waterways and Institute of Architecture and Urbanism (IAUS), where she has received different knowledges and experiences. Apart from the individual research works she elaborated, she was included in the preparation of the Spatial Plan for Special Purposes „Jelasnica“.

Milica thinks that trought different praxis and volunteer activities, not only the obligatory ones, young people can improve their knowledges and obtain some capacities they probably aren’t afforded during studies, which they could apply in diverse areas of interests and like that build them selves as active social persons.

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