Jovana Spremo


Jovana Spremo, born on the 8th of July 1990, is a graduate student at the Faculty of Political Sciences, Department of International Studies, International Politics module. She grew up in Zvornik, and finished primary school and then high school in Mali Zvornik. During her studies she became particularly interested in the field of humanitarian law, transitional justice and human rights law. In the2011 – 2013 period she attended several seminars in the field of democracy and human rights.
She has also been a participant of the few seminars organized by Friedrich Ebert Foundation, among them a one-year training “Diplomacy in practice”. In April 2013 she attended a seminar “International judicial institutions – Term and Practice: The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and the International Court of Justice” and she learned a lot about the work of international judicial institutions, as well as crimes committed in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo.
Since 2011 Jovana occasionally volunteered at the Center for Legal Aid in Zvornik and was a participant of the trainings on human rights and youth volunteerism. Since July 2013 volunteers at the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, which was her first professional experience. She wants to further study the field of human rights and about the cases of violations of human rights.
She speaks English fluently and has a basic knowledge in Spanish.


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