Zoran Vujičić is from Podgorica. Having finished Gymnasium, he enrolled and graduated from the Law Faculty in Podgorica. Presently, he has been studying for M.A. at the Faculty of Economy. He is alumni of School of Democratic Leadership. Zoran also worked in Agrokor and Mercator as a manager. Nowadays, he works as the legal adviser in the nongovernmental foundation Civic Alliance. He participated in development of several reports about monitoring of judicial, health and electoral system in Montenegro. During the Parliamentary elections in 2016, he was one of the co-authors and coordinator of the report Monitoring of electoral campaign – “Tiče me se”.

Zoran also participated as the legal adviser on development of the report “Media Monitoring”. He is one of the authors of the Practical Guide for the work of the Police with vulnerable and marginalized social groups. He is the author of a large number of articles on the judicial system. Zoran is the member of the Ethics Committee of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and a member of the Working group for development of the Draft Law on amendments of Law on execution of conditional sentence and community sentence. He is also a member of the Parliamentary Commission for election of member of the Council of Agency for Prevention of Corruption.

Zoran is married to Zorka, with whom he has a son Matija.

Edina Hasanaga Čobaj (1980) is from Ulcinj. She finished the pedagogical studies at the Faculty of Philosophy in Nikšić. During the studies, she also finished at the same time a university course Leadership and Youth Work, accredited by the Faculty of Communication in Jonkoping, Sweden. Edina is a trainer of a non-violent communication and she held several training in nonviolent communication with young activists and professors. She is one of the authors of a number of Reports on Human Rights published in Montenegro and documentaries on human rights. During her years long work in NGO sector, Edina received years-long experience in planning, and financial and administrative project managing.

At one time, she worked with children with disabilities. She likes swimming. With her husband Bernard she has a son Din and a daughter Era.

Milan Radovic is from Mojkovac. He graduated at the Faculty of Philosophy, Department of Sociology in Niksic. So far, he worked on several research projects in areas of human an minority rights and the rule of law. Milan was lecturer of Sociology in High school until 2007, and since then he has been working in Youth Initiative for Human Rights in Montenegro and since 2012 he works in Civic Alliance. Milan coordinated more regional projects in human and minority rights areas. He was member of work groups for development of legislation in human rights area and was a lecturer on a number of seminars on human rights. He is one of the authors of more reports on judiciary, on minority rights, but also author of number of annual and quarterly reports on human rights in Montenegro. Milan attended School of Democratic Leadership, School of Social Entrepreneurship – an introduction to the Civic Education, School of Human Rights and several seminars on human rights.

Milan is member of the Council of Radio Television of Montenegro and member of the National Preventive Mechanism of torture (NPM).

Milan’s hobbies are basketball and soccer and he likes to spend time in the mountains. He is married to Marija, with whom he has a daughters Mia and Matea, son Maksim.

 

Members of assembly:

  • Jelena Vukoslavović
  • Milan Radović
  • Edina Hasanaga Čobaj
  • Amina Murić
  • Zoran Vujičić
  • Aleksandra Vukčević
  • Zoran Zola Vujačić
  • Mehdina Kašić Šutković