Experts

47480_4768307128415_914225325_nAnkica Dragin, Serbia.

Her session on “Do No Harm” methodology in October 2007 has greatly shaped the course of the RfR project and the long-standing continuous cooperation we enjoy with Ankica is one of the key factors that project stays relevant and highly valued by participants.


bruceBruce Britton, Great Britain.

Bruce Britton is an independent consultant and trainer working in the fields of organisational development, organisational learning, capacity building and strategy development. He is also involved in work on child rights and rights-based approaches to development. – See more at: http://www.intrac.org/pages/en/bruce-britton.html#sthash.5ww969fi.dpuf
Bruce Britton is an independent consultant and trainer working in the fields of organisational development, organisational learning, capacity building and strategy development. He is also involved in work on child rights and rights-based approaches to development. – See more at: http://www.intrac.org/pages/en/bruce-britton.html#sthash.5ww969fi.dpuf
Bruce Britton is an independent consultant and trainer working in the fields of organisational development, organisational learning, capacity building and strategy development. He is also involved in work on child rights and rights-based approaches to development. – See more at: http://www.intrac.org/pages/en/bruce-britton.html#sthash.5ww969fi.dpuf

Bruce Britton is an independent consultant and trainer working in the fields of organisational development, organizational learning, capacity building and strategy development. He is also involved in work on child rights and rights-based approaches to development.(see more)

The external evaluation of the first phase of RfR that he delivered upon reunion in Ureki, Georgia in summer 2009 has undoubtedly played very significant role in us enjoying the second stage of the project right now. True Scotsman with great sense of humor.


 Hajde_da_5Vojislava Tomic Radivojsa, Serbia.

Vojislava has a huge experience as a trainer – being involved with very different groups, methods and topics. Her fields of work were often related to conflict transformation, creativity and intercultural learning. At the moment she is focused on developing programs that could bring these topics together. As a practitioner for long time, Vojislava is very much interested in recognition of non formal learning. See Vojislava full profile here.


 ivanaIvana Davidovska, Macedonia

Project manager and educator with an expertise in youth work development, youth policy and organizational development. Currently, the President of the National Youth Council of Macedonia and working for Center for Intercultural Dialogue in Macedonia as Programme Manager. Ivana is member of the SALTO South East Europe Pool of trainers and Council of Europe Youth Department’s Pool of trainers. She sees society as a stage of diversity of many kinds and enjoys networking, connecting people and their ideas. Non formal education and science of learning are her passion. Areas of expertise: Intercultural Communication, Training and Moderation, NGO Management


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