Our external experts
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.
Bruce 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.
After long and outstanding professional service with the YMCA, first as the Secretary General of Lisburn YMCA in Northern Ireland, then as the National Secretary General of YMCA Scotland, Peter has established an independent consultancy company - Amado. With this he offers a unique combination of deep reflection of the YMCA from an external perspective.
Bill is an independent consultant with many years of development experience in transitional and post-conflict countries, such as Afghanistan, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia. Specialist in organisational development, NGO management & civil society strengthening – often in context of promoting advocacy, local governance, and citizens’ engagement.
For 20 years Vojislava works as a trainer – being involved with very different groups, approaches and topics. Exploring, developing and devotion are the basis of her trainer’s life. Vojislava`s fields of work were often related to conflict transformation, intercultural learning and to recognition of non-formal learning and youth work.
Project manager and educator with an expertise in youth work, youth policy and organizational development. Currently, the President of the National Youth Council of Macedonia and member of the SALTO Pool of trainers and Council of Europe Youth Department’s Pool of trainers.
As an freelance strategy consultant, Bogdan has specialised in using outdoor and experiential learning in working contexts revolving around the development of inclusive and interactive education. As an activist, he has been involved in a number of projects focusing on peace and human rights education, intercultural learning, organisational strategy and management. He is also a member of the Council of Europe’s Pool of Trainers.
For many years Wolfgang served as a key capacity building staff with EED Germany. This is when the RfR staff came across with him and his empowering support in enhancing our conflict transformation work. After Wolfgang’s retirement we decided to continue our cooperation with him as an independent consultant and have many plans to accomplish together with him.