2017 Women’s Political Academy Program Manager
Hari Begluk possesses an important experience in international organizations in France and Tunisia (OFII, Serbian Embassy in France, UN Office on Drug and Crime). Hari currently works along Aswat Nissa to foster Women’s rights; he is especially involved in the development of women’s capacities to promote gender mainstreaming in the political institutions and amongst political leaders. He works with women members of political parties to raise issues of gender discrimination in Tunisia. Hari is in charge of the Women’s Political Academy. Hari has experience in program management and follow-up, international cooperation, and the functioning of European political institutions. Hari hold a Law degree from Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne and a master’s in International Relations with a speciality in European studies from Université Paris III Sorbonne-Nouvelle. He is fluent in Serbian, French, English and has considerable knowledge of Spanish.