Cateline Zaric, was born on September 21, 1986 in Dole, France. Throughout her academic course – a legal formation combined with a linguistic one – her interest for international and European matters has been strengthened, and more particularly for the Human Rights issue in the Balkans. That is why after having studied private law for three years, she started a Master’s degree in International and European law at the University of Aix-en-Provence in France, and she specialized in International Humanitarian Law and Peacekeeping Law.
Amongst the class she had were International Criminal Law, International Relations, or International Public Law, with the study of the Bosnian war, the Srebrenica massacre, the ICTY, or the Kosovo war.
She chose to write her research report in year 4 on the fight against the organized crime in the Balkans, and more particularly about the battle against the drug trafficking.
With this internship in YUCOM, she hopes to develop her knowledge of the region, and learn more about the rule of law and the transitional justice in Serbia.