Jasmina Mikovic graduated with honours from the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade, International Law Department and professionally developed in the field of human rights and management. Jasmina was appointed director of the Child Rights Centre on 10 December 2019.
Jasmina acquired 20 years of professional experience by working in the Norwegian Refugee Council and NGO Praxis, focusing on the protection of human rights of marginalised groups (refugees, IDPs, Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians and victims of domestic violence) in the areas of child rights, antidiscrimination, environmental protection, gender equality, public administration reform, migration, status and socioeconomic rights.
Jasmina has been the President of the Steering Committee of the Network of Organizations for Children of Serbia (MODS) since 2017, and before that she was a member of the MODS Steering Committee since its foundation. In the period 2014-2019, she presented MODS in the work of the Eurochild’s National Partner Networks (NPN) Group from Brussels, which is committed to achieving the common goal of putting the rights and welfare of children at the heart of policy-making at the national and European level. In the period from 2017 to 2019, Jasmina chaired the meetings of the Eurochild’s NPN Group. She is also a member of the Council of the Rights of the Child of the Government of Serbia (since 2017), the National Working Group on Supporting Families in Serbia, established as part of the European Family Support Network (EurofamNet) and the Working Group for Chapter 23 – Judiciary and Fundamental Rights of the National Convent on the EU.
Since 2018, as a ChildHub resource person, Jasmina has participated in the work of the expert body of the Regional Resource Centre for Child Protection in South East Europe (RRC Child Protection Hub), as part of the project implemented by Terre des Hommes and coordinated by the Center for Youth Integration in Serbia.
Jasmina also participated in numerous conferences and other expert meetings, as well as in the work of various advocacy and thematic working groups, in preparing thematic and alternative reports related to child rights, access to rights by marginalised groups, protection against discrimination, etc.
Jasmina played volleyball professionally for 11 years.
Tamara Mihajlović graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Department of Pedagogy. After completing her basic studies, she studied multidisciplinary master’s studies at the Rectorate of the University of Belgrade in the field of migration. She gained five years
of volunteer and work experience in the civil sector by working on projects with children, young people and in the field of education.
During 2019, Tamara attended the human rights school “Vojin Dimitrijević” of the Belgrade Center for Human Rights and gained additional knowledge and skills at numerous professional seminars, trainings and conferences in the field of multiculturalism, human rights and project coordination.
She is a member of the MIGREC Center at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Belgrade, where she works in the area of children’s rights and integration in the field of migration.
She joined the Center for Children’s Rights on September 1, 2022 in the position of Project Coordinator.
Milan Otasevic is a senior student of the Faculty of Special Education and Rehabilitation, Special Pedagogy Department. He has been active in the civil sector since 2005. Initially, he worked with children and youth in street situation, and later performed the tasks of finance and administration management, either for individual projects or for the entire association.
During his many years of experience, Milan has acquired knowledge about specific procedures and rules of financial reporting applied by a large number of national and international donors and institutions. He has worked as a financial manager on the projects funded by a number of foreign embassies in Belgrade, the European Union, UNICEF, GIZ, Save the Children, the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Policy, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Youth and Sports, the City Secretariats for Social Welfare and Child Protection, etc.
He has successfully completed several courses, trainings and seminars, both in the field of finance and in the field of child and human rights. He speaks English.
In March 2022, Milan joined the team of the Child Rights Centre in the position of Finance and Administration Associate.
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