Enver is in charge of our human rights education and an expert on Western Balkans.
Enver is a refugee, activist, author and has been with us since 1996. He experienced the war in and against Bosnia (1992-1995). After graduating from Law studies in Sarajevo, he obtained a two-year education about intercultural understanding in Oslo. He spent a semester studying human rights and democracy at Nansen School, Norwegian Humanities Academy in Lillehammer.
Enver founded our Human Rights and Peacebuilding educational programs. He established programs in Norway, the Russian Federation, Ukraine, Belarus, the South Caucasus and the Western Balkans.
He is also the author of Building bridges and not walls and Reconciliation, signs along the road. His books have been translated to many languages. More than 60 of his articles on human rights and peace building have been published in Norwegian media outlets. In addition to being the person responsible for education, as of year of 2018 he is also the appointed Senior Adviser for the Western Balkans.
Related to Enver
Albania is located at the lower parts of Western-Balkans. The former closed communist-country has opened up, and experiences more tourism than ever.
Bosnia is characterized by a rich history, beautiful nature, friendly people and brutal wars.
In the heart of the Balkans lies Kosovo – the country with the youngest population in Europe.
After the dissolution of Yugoslavia, Croatia became both a popular vacation-destination and a member of both NATO and the EU.
The inland state of Macedonia is located in the Western Balkans, and has a beautiful landscape in addition to rich cultural, archaeological and architectural heritage.
Muslims, orthodox and catholic Christians live together in the tiny country of Montenegro. A country that is smaller than the Norwegian county, Telemark.
On the Balkans Peninsula lies Serbia – Western Balkans biggest and most populated country.