Milos Knezevic

Milos Knezevic studied Montenegrin language and South Slavic literature at the Faculty of Philology, University of Montenegro. He gained his previous nine years of work experience in the NGO Center for Civic Education (CCE), where he started as an intern in the Human Rights Program, and then advanced as the director of the Fast Forward Human Rights Film Festival, and on that position, he worked for three years. He also successfully performed PR/associate tasks of the organization's programs. During his studies, through the project Student Volunteerism - from segregation to quality integration of Roma students, he worked as a teaching assistant in the elementary school "Bozidar Vukovic Podgoricanin". He attended the School of Human Rights organized by the Center for Civic Education (CCE), as well as numerous programs in the field of human rights, democracy and the advancement of young people in Montenegro and the Western Balkans. In Germany, he participated in the training of researching of the role of young people in understanding and promoting the fundamental values of the European Union, and in Italy and Germany, he worked on gaining the skill of using theater techniques in non-formal youth education. He also participated in a training program on the European concept of civic activism within the HomoEuropeanus project. He was a participant in the Cinema without Borders program in the Netherlands as part of the Movies that Matter festival. Additionally, he works as a lecturer and trainer in the field of youth activism, discrimination, multiculturalism, and interculturalism, bulling, Human Rights, etc. He is a co-author of a regional study on the implementation of youth policies in the Western Balkans Youth participation – more than a catchword, Portfolios of skills needed for youth employability at the regional level and Youth – social décor or social capital. He is engaged in NGO Young Roma from March 2020. He is fluent in English and Macedonian language and has a basic knowledge of Italian, Spanish and French language.

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