Аleksandra Jordanoska

Aleksandra has seven years of experience in the non-profit sector and in education of young people. She has worked on projects financed by the OSCE, the Austrian Development Cooperation, The Prince’s Trust, UK, etc. She has gained international NGO experience through working at NACRO, a leading UK crime reduction charity. There she worked on a foundation learning project aimed at vocational training and social inclusion of young people. Also, in the past seven years she has been working as a Teaching Fellow in Sociology of Law at the Faculty of Law “Iustinianus Primus”, Skopje.

Aleksandra has expertise in drafting and cycle management of projects; fundraising, and establishing cross-national cooperation with similar enterprises in the region. Her experience in international education has been strengthened through numerous study visits abroad in multicultural environments.

Aleksandra holds an MPhil in Criminology from the University of Cambridge (distinction on thesis), as well as a LLM in Theory of Law and LLB with specialisation in Criminal Law from the Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje. Her academic and research interests include criminology, socio-legal studies and criminal law. She has five publications and four conference presentations on research in these fields.

Aleksandra speaks fluent English and Spanish.