Olimpija Hristova Zaevska

Olimpija mainly focuses on democratic governance, power-sharing, decentralisation and elections. She is currently a PhD candidate at the Central European University in Budapest, researching subnational democracy in divided societies. Specifically, she has worked as a manager and consultant on projects aiming to improve administrative and democratic capacities of local governments, as well as CSOs capacities for greater engagement in decision-making processes. 

Contact: olimpijahz@impact.org.mk
 
 
 

Milka Ivanovska Hadjievska

Milka is а researcher with interest in creating new tools, projects and advocacy activities, which would contribute to enhanced citizen participation in civil society and public institutions. She is currently a PhD candidate in Political Science at the College of Social Sciences and International Studies, University of Exeter, UK. In the past, she has worked as a policy researcher in the civil society sector in Macedonia.

Contact: milkai@impact.org.mk
 
 
 
 

Elena B. Stavrevska

Elena is a researcher whose main foci are (post-)conflict governance, European Union’s approach to peacebuilding, and interpretive methodologies in peace and conflict studies. She holds a PhD in Political Science from the Central European University in Budapest and is currently a postdoctoral fellow at Bard College Berlin. She has worked on various international research projects, which have examined different aspects of conflict governance in Europe, specifically Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Georgia, and Cyprus.

Contact: elenas@impact.org.mk