EU Citizens’ Rights Training Coordinator, European Citizen Action Service
Petar Markovic is the EU Citizens’ Rights Training Coordinator at the European Citizen Action Service. Previously, he was the director of the ECIT Foundation (European Citizens’ rights, Involvement and Trust Foundation). In both these Brussels-based civil society organisations, he has been devoted to the research, advocacy and promotion of European citizenship. He is also Policy Fellow at the School of Transnational Governance, EUI. Petar holds a double PhD in political theory and political science from the Université Libre de Bruxelles in Belgium and LUISS in Rome. In 2019, he supervised the training and political impact activities of Transeuropa Caravans, a transnational project that saw 25 young activists cross 15 EU countries in search for partnerships and best practices of innovative transnational political participation.
FRINGE EVENT: ‘Please unmute yourself’ – How to amplify European voices? – 6 MAY 2021 – 20:45-21:25 (CEST)