On the 15th of May at 5.30pm, at “Nova Iskra” (43 Gavrila Principa street) within the “UNESCO School for Economic and Social development” programme, a lecture will be held by Matija Matoković, who works as a Policy Officer for the European Comission.
The topic of the lecture is “Role of Serbian youth in the process of Serbia’s accession to the European Union” where the lecturer will try to explain the importance and the positive outcomes of the negotiation process through a presentation showing the history and development of the European Union, description of its work and description of changes which the candidate countries go through during the negotiation process.
Dr Natasha Cica is the Director of Kapacity.org, which works globally to help leaders, teams and organisations deliver effective and sustainable change. In 2013 Natasha was recognised by the “Australian Financial Review “ and “Westpac banking group” as one of Australia’s 100 Women of Influence, in the category of innovation. Until 2014 she was founding director of the Inglis Clark Centre, which she established in 2011 to advance the University of Tasmania’s thought leadership and engagement agenda.
In 2012 Natasha was an inaugural recipient of a Sidney Myer Creative Fellowship, awarded by the Sidney Myer Fund in Melbourne, with regard to two criteria – outstanding talent and exceptional courage. Natasha is an Adjunct Professor at the ANU College of Law at the Australian National University – and hold degrees in law and arts from the ANU, King's College London and the University of Cambridge.