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Aleksandar Bozic

PhD Research Fellow

PhD Research Fellow

 
Office:
53A104 ( Universitetsveien 53, Kristiansand )

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. He was additionally trained at the World Bank, Washington, D.C. on the latest developments in safety nets as integral part of social protection systems.

Experienced in the management of social work/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). Experienced in the field of child protection, mental health, prevention of peer and gender-based violence, human rights, social service development, building capacities of social NGOs.

Participated in ERSTE Foundation Austria Social Research Fellowship.“Generations in Dialogue” and engaged as a researcher in the international research project "Remigration to post-socialist Europe" operated among academic partners from Germany, Austria and Croatia. 

Currently, he is on Management Committee of two European research COST Actions: International Ethnic and Immigrant Minorities' Data (CA 1611) and Transnational Collaboration on Bullying, Migration and Integration at School Level (CA 18155).

An active member of the European Family Group Conference Network.

More information about Aleksandar's published papers and research work: https://agder.academia.edu/AleksandarBozic 

Projects

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.

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