Momcilo Živadinović was born on April 24th, 1990. After a four-year degree at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Belgrade he graduated from the Department of Social Work and Social Policy in September 2013. He currently attends Master studies at the module Social Work at the same university, where among other things he specializes in the field of human rights. Next to his study, he participated in numerous seminars, conferences, training’s and workshops, among others in the project “Professional orientation”, organized by GIZ and Initiatives, and the the Youth Seminar of the Swiss Helsinki Committee on the subject of ‘ethnic and other minorities’. He was the initiator of the academic writing on the Faculty of Political Science, editor of the student yearbook in 2012 where is published his first scientific paper on the topic “Comparative Analysis of Health Care in the US and Great Britain.” As a student he interned at the Center for Social Work, a Hospital specialized on the treatment of addictions, and at the Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ). He speaks fluent English and has basic knowledge of French.
A particular field of his interest is the position of underprivileged social groups and protection of human rights.