Received Sylff fellowship in 2019.
Academic supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Bojana Cuckovic, PhD
Academic achievements, social engagement initiatives:
Author of various scientific papers published in foreign and national academic journals; co-editor (with Prof. Miodrag A. Jovanovic) of the collection of papers “Judiciary as a Branch of Power” (Judicial Research Centre, 2019); assistant editor (eds. Prof. em. Tibor Várady, Prof. Miodrag A. Jovanovic) of the collection of papers "Human Rights in the 21st Century” (Eleven International Publishing and the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2020); executive editor of the Journal for Legal, Political and Social Theory and Philosophy – Eudaimonia (published by IVR Serbia and Faculty of Law University of Belgrade, http://epub.ius.bg.ac.rs/index.php/eudaemonia); co-founder of Belgrade Legal Theory Group (BLTGroup, https://www.ivrserbia.org/en/category/bltg/).
Member of the Judicial Research Centre (an independent professional society in Serbia), where she participates in research projects aimed at analysing different aspects of judiciary at national and international level and the means for its advancement.
Recipient of multiple scholarships and awards for her academic achievements, including the Scholarship of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia awarded to the best PhD students in the Republic of Serbia; Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship; Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Stipendium; DAAD funded scholarship for the participation in the Summer School on “Current Challenges in Human Rights Protection” at the Europa-Institut of Saarland University, Germany; the City of Belgrade Scholarship awarded to the best undergraduate students; Commendations of the Faculty of Law University of Belgrade for excellent academic achievements during undergraduate studies.
Current affiliation: PhD Candidate at the Faculty of Law University of Belgrade
Ana Zdravkovic was born in Belgrade, where she currently resides. She graduated with Bachelor's degree from the Faculty of Law University of Belgrade in 2016, after which she enrolled in Master’s studies in International Law and Human Rights at the same faculty.
During the following year, she successfully defended her Master’s thesis titled “Ne bis in idem in the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights with special emphasis on the case Milenković v Serbia” and obtained her Master’s degree with an excellent GPA (10/10).
Ana continued her education the same year and embarked on a PhD program in International Law and Human Rights at the alma mater.
Two years later, she formally acquired the PhD candidate status, after passing all the exams with an excellent GPA (10/10) and successfully defending PhD thesis research proposal titled “Absolute Human Rights”. She participated in various foreign and national scientific conferences where she presented research findings and academic papers, which are mostly about different issues of International Public Law and Human Rights.
Ana is proficient in English (CAE (Grade A); IELTS (Grade 8)) and has advanced knowledge of German language (onSET Zertifikat).