• Miloš Pavković


    Miloš joined CEP in June 2021 in the position of Junior Researcher in the programme department Europe&us.  He graduated from the Faculty of Political Sciences, the University of Belgrade in 2017. He earned an MA degree also from the Faculty of Political Science at the Joint Master’s Programme in South-East European Studies. During academic 2018/2019 he was studying and researching for his MA thesis at the University of Graz, Austria. His study stay at the University of Graz was supported by the Erasmus Plus scholarship. Miloš is currently finishing his second MA degree at the Department of Political Science of Central European University (CEU) in Vienna, Austria. During his study at CEU, Miloš was elected member of the Academic Senate – one of the highest governing bodies of the University and engaged in the internship programme with the Student Recruitment Office. He received the Dositeja scholarship for the best Serbian students abroad by the Ministry of Youth and Sport of the Republic of Serbia. Before joining CEP Miloš worked as an external research associate in the Hermes Institute of International Affairs, Security and Geoeconomy. In the period 2017-2018, he was a coordinator of the international cooperation team of the Centre for International Public Policy (CMJP) and he participated in two nationwide public opinion polls about Serbian foreign policy and entrepreneurship among young people implemented by CMJP. In 2018 he was an observer on local elections in Belgrade for CeSID and he has participated in the “Coke Summership”; an internship program of Coca-Cola HBC Serbia in the Sales Sector – Demand Planning Team.  During 2016 and 2017 he was also a panellist with the topic “Political system of Serbia” on two seminars organized by NDI in Serbia. Miloš started his professional career in 2016 in the position of Project Assistant in the Center for Free Elections and Democracy (CeSID) – one of the oldest Serbian NGOs. Miloš has participated in numerous conferences and seminars including Ayn Rand Conference in Prague (2019), Belgrade Strategic Dialogue (2019), OSCE Winter School on Democracy and Political Parties (2020) and has published several papers including one for the Serbian Ministry of European Integration. His field of interest are Political Science, Comparative Politics, European Union, European Integration, Democracy and Democratic Promotion and the Western Balkans region.