Jovan Bukovala

University of Belgrade

Received Sylff Fellowship in 2021

I was born in Belgrade (Serbia) where I finished the Primary School "Saint Sava" (2009) as a pupil of the generation, Gymnasium "Saint Sava" (2013), both basic (2017 with an average grade of 9.51) and master's (2018 with an average grade of 9.78) studies in the field of Cultural and Media Management at the University of Arts in Begrade - Faculty of Dramatic Arts (Theater, Film, Radio and Television).

I am currently student of PhD Cultural and Media Studies at the University of Belgrade - Faculty of Political Sciences and achieved an average grade of 9.80.

I was selected under the Erasmus+ programme in the summer semester of the 2019/2020 school year at the Charles University in Prague - Faculty of Social Sciences.

I work as a researcher at the University of Belgrade - Faculty of Philosophy from 2019, where also finished masters studies in History (with an average grade of 10.00).

I participated on the Tailor-made training seminar for media professionals ‘’European Media Standards and the Implementation of the Harmonized Media Legislation in Serbia’’ organized by Ministry of Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia as a part of the IPA Project ‘’Strengthening Media Freedom’’ on November 27, 2015. The seminar focused on: respect for media freedom, publishing and broadcasting information of public importance, the right to rely on the content of official documents, the autonomy of media professionals, media freedom versus personal rights (privacy, dignity, authenticity), the respect for duty of responsible reporting, prohibition of hate speech, protection of minors.

Since 2019 I am a member of expert commissions of Ministry of Culture and Information and municipalities and cities in the Republic of Serbia for the evaluation of projects submitted to competitions in the field of public information.

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