Jeta Krasniqi is project manager at the Kosovo Democratic Institute (KDI), leading the project to strengthen the Assembly’s oversight role towards Government and increase the participation of citizen in the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue process.
Previously, Mrs. Krasniqi served as Political Advisor to the President of Kosovo, Atifete Jahjaga, where she was engaged in the field of foreign policy, economic development, promotion of human rights and gender equality. Mrs. Krasniqi was the Coordinator of the National Council for Survivors of Sexual Violence during the War established by the then President of Kosovo, Atifete Jahjaga. Mrs. Krasniqi has a long-standing commitment to civil society organizations in advancing the role of women in society in Kosovo and Albania.
Jeta Krasniqi graduated in International Affairs at the Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), and finished her undergraduate studies in International Relations at Eastern Mediterranean University in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.
Krasniqi is a board member of the Kosovo Women’s Networking Board and the Kosovo American Educational Fund (KAEF), as well as a member from civil society in the Governmental Commission for the Verification and Recognition of Sexually Abused during the War.
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Eugen Cakolli is part of KDI team since 2016. He began working on monitoring the work of Assembly of Kosovo, within the program for Democratization and Parliamentary Practices. Previously he worked for International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES).
Right now, Eugen is working as Project Officer on the project for empowering the first-time voters as part of the Political Accountability program. He also added valuable contribution to the Democracy in Action by holding a position as the Coordinator of the Election Observers.
Currently Cakolli, is enrolled in University of Pristina and undertaking a Masters Studies for European Integration and Public Administration, while conducting several research papers.
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Agnesa has completed bachelor studies at the University of Prishtina in the Department of Sociology. She is currently completing master studies in the same department, while a part of her master’s studies have pursued in the University of Graz, Austria with a scholarship from Erasmus +. Before engaging in KDI, Agnesa has been engaged at the Institute for Social Studies and Humanities within the Faculty of Philosophy. Since March 2016, Agnesa has joined the KDI team as Researcher / Monitor, in the project for monitoring the work of the Assembly of Kosovo and for monitoring the elections.
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Adelina has completed her studies at Ankara University at the Faculty of Political Science in the department of International Relations. In 2015, she was admitted to the Master’s Program for Democracy and Human Rights in Southeast Europe, at the University of Sarajevo and Bologna . Adelina is a cofounder of the informal group of women and girls of Prizren Municipality – FEMaktiv. She is currently PhD candidate in the department of international relations at Ankara University. Adelina has joined the KDI team as Researcher, in the project to support parliamentary research.Democratisation and Parliamentary Practices