Enisa Murseli-Gjokaj

WCS Vice President – Youth

Country: Macedonia

Organisation: Youth Organisation “Shpresa”

Enisa holds a bachelor’s degree from the New York College Thessaloniki-Greece, Empire State Collage USA from the department of Political Science in the field of International Relations. Ms.Murseli-Gjokaj is also a graduate of Dental Department of State Medical University of Macedonia. She is the founder of the Youth Organization “Shpresa”, and with her 12 years experience in NGO sector she works successfully on Women Empowerment, Youth Development and Leadership. Ms.Murseli-Gjokaj is working on achievement of equality between women and men as partners and beneficiaries of development, human rights, humanitarian action and peace and security. She was Project Coordinator of Drugs, Aids and Prostitution – IOM; Better think than act! IOM and USAID; “Women in politics” – Robert Schumann Foundation; Women Rights Campaign– Municipality of Tetovo and OSCE; The Women Votes and the Gender Gap- US Embassy Skopje. Ms.Murseli-Gjokaj has participated at a number of conferences and seminars as European Policy Summit – “Europe’s Balkan Partners; “Democracy and Security today”-(BTD, NATO, OSCE, KFOS- SOROS;) Shaping the Future of Europe”- Konrad Adenauer Foundation; “XVII International AIDS Conference”, Mexico; United Nations Alliance of Civilization-Portugal. Promoting peace through Understanding with PTPI University Chapter Macedonia; She has also organized seminars and workshops on international and domestic politics during her internship period at the U.S. Consulate General in Thessaloniki, Greece. As a Higher Education Reform Expert she was promoting and enhancing voluntary progress toward the Bologna objectives in the light of national needs and aspirations. In Liberal Alternative Institute in Skopje, she is departmental chair for Gender Issues, Youth and Education, and Health and Environment.

She is now one of the champions for creating Global UC Civil Society Chapter, and part of the Steering Committee of UC Civil Society Chapter in Macedonia.

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