Edina Bećirević, Ph. D.

Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Criminal Justice, Criminology and Security Studies of the University of Sarajevo (Department of Security Studies). Studied at London School of Economics and Political Science (MSc in Media and Communications), Central European University in Budapest (MA in Political Science) and University of Sarajevo (Phd in Defense and Security). Before pursuing career in academia, worked as a journalist for regional and international media. Participated in numerous international projects and published numerous articles on the topic of international security, human rights, international law and restorative justice. Author of two books:“ International Criminal Court: Between Ideals and Reality“, (International Center for Peace and Arka Press, Sarajevo, 2003) and “Na Drini genocid“ (Genocide on the Drina River), (Buybook Sarajevo, 2009).   





Vlado Azinović,Ph. D.

Assistant Professor at the Department of Peace and Security Studies, School of Political Science, University of Sarajevo. He received his Ph.D. in Political Science from the American University of London (UK) and MA in International Relations from Norwich University (USA). Between 1995 and 2008 he worked as a senior editor at the Balkan Service, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Prague, Czech Republic. His recent international research contributions include HUMSEC initiative, as well as Policing Across Borders project. Azinovic is the author of Al Qaeda in Bosnia-Herzegovina: Myth or Present Danger? (Radio Free Europe, Prague 2007) and co-author of The Truth About Bosnia-Herzegovina: Facts from Bosnia’s History (Alter media, Sarajevo 1991), as well as a number of book chapters, articles, essays and reviews. 



Željka Šulc, MBA

Zeljka  is executive manager and consultant, specialised in project management.
Zeljka holds B.A. degree in Political Science from University of Sarajevo and Master of Business Administration degree from IEDC – Bled School of Management, Slovenia.





 Aner Zuković

In 2008 he finished his BA studies at Faculty of Political Science University of Sarajevo, department of Security and Peace Studies. At the moment he is a student of second year of MA studies at Faculty of Political Science, department of Security and Peace Studies. During his study period, he attended a lot of seminars, conferences and summer schools on the subject of regional and international security, Euro-Atlantic integrations, conflict prevention, democracy and human rights.





Jasna Pekić

In 2009 she finished her BA studies at Faculty of Criminal Investigation, Criminology and Security Studies University of Sarajevo. At the moment she is an MA student at the same faculty. She is an active member of Youth Initiative for Human Rights. During her studies, she attended a lot of seminars, trainings and summer schools on the subject of European integrations, international relations and international law, alternative dispute resolution and protection of human rights.