PhD project is focusing on the role of non-governmental organisations in developing social innovation within the social welfare of the South East Europe region.
Has a master's degree in "Communities, Organisations and Social Changes" from the City University London, the United Kingdom, and a bachelor's degree in Social Work from the University of Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Experienced in the management of social welfare programs in the post-conflict development context, by working for local government, recognised NGOs and development agencies in Bosnia and Herzegovina (UNDP, UNICEF, Save the Children, MATRA).
Participated in an international research fellowship programme operated by the ERSTE Foundation Austria and he was a project partner in the international research project operated among academic partners from Germany, Austria and Croatia.
Currently, he is a Committee Member of European COST Action on International Ethnic and Immigrant Minorities' Data.
More information about research work: https://agder.academia.edu/AleksandarBozic
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