- Job title: Post Graduate Research Assistant
- Project: CoLearnSEE
Dr. Mary Drosopulos (PhD Cross-cultural and Translation studies, MA Conference Interpreting, BA English Department) is a multilingual researcher, with a special focus on intercultural and human rights education, reconciliation in the Western Balkans, cultural mediation and conflict transformation. She has been a member of the Trainers’ pool of the Council of Europe since 2012 and an external partner (facilitator, consultant or rapporteur) for international organizations, such as the Youth Partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe, SALTO South Eastern Europe, as well as local authorities, private companies and regional NGOs. Having lived and worked in various parts of the world, among which post-conflict or disadvantaged societies, she has conducted research for prominent publishers and international institutions (Routledge, EU-CoE Youth Partnership, SALTO, Kosovo Foundation For Open Society, British Council etc), while her findings have been featured in international congresses, journals and reports. She has multifaceted experience in large projects in Europe, Asia and Africa supported by international bodies such as the United Nations, the European Commission, the Council of Europe, the League of Arab States etc. She is also the President of the Eurobalkan Youth Forum and board member of Balkan-based non-profit organizations promoting youth participation, intercultural dialogue and active citizenship.
Search or browse the resource archive for films, reports, toolkits and other resources produced by the Changing the Story and its commissioned projects. Items written by Mary Drosopulos are listed below:
|Field research in the time of COVID-19: how creativity saved the day||Blog (2021/03/26) Field research in the time of COVID-19: how creativity saved the day||Mary Drosopulos||Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Phase 2||format: blog, language: english, subject: reflections, subject: youth||bosnia-and-herzegovina kosovo phase2 location||blog language-english subject-reflections youth|