SHQIPE HAJREDINI VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR 2013

ShqipeShqipe Hajredini is National Community Policy Advisor at the OSCE. Shqipe holds a Master Degree in European Studies from the University of Hamburg, Germany. In addition, Shqipe holds a bachelor degree is in Law from the State University of Tetovo, Macedonia. Shqipe’s contribution to Hope Fellowships Program is in the role of the Chair of the Good Governance Committee. She lead the committee from March till November 2013, by designing the project on behalf of the whole committee members, developing the work plan, delegating tasks, organizing meetings and motivating Hope Fellows to contribute voluntarily. The highlight of her engagement was promotion and publishing the manual “Women & Governance” where she contributed with an article “Gender Equality in Decision Making”. Also she was active in organizing the whole event Shqipe Mugfor publishing the manual. Therefore, Hope Fellowships Program recognizes her determined work dedicated to improving the lives of Kosovo citizens in general, and especially women.

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About HOPE FELLOWSHIPS

Hope Fellowship was established by the National Albanian American Council (NAAC) and is funded by USAID to strengthen the role of women in policy and decision-making in the Balkans. The program operates in Kosovo, empowering women leaders to create collaborative, sustainable, positive change in government, civil society, and business that strengthen the democratic process and promotes prosperity for all peoples in the country. NAAC’s aim is to contribute to the development of the Balkans by offering concrete support in the form of educational opportunities and tools to foster democratic participation.
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