Serbia Country Coordinator Natalija Radivojevic – born on May 3, 1995. in Belgrade (Republic of Serbia). From the earliest childhood, she received the title of the student of the generation. She completed her bachelor’s and master’s academic studies at the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade, and as one of the best students at the time, she was a scholarship holder of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of RS. In parallel with her Serbian master studies, she received a scholarship from the Russian federal agency ROSSOTRUDNICHESTVO to continue her education in the Russian Federation and went to Moscow to the Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, where she became the first International Student Ambassador of this prestigious educational institution. After graduating from the Financial University, she continued her education at the Presidential Academy RANEPA in Moscow, where she enrolled in a second master’s degree in International public law. At the same time, she enrolled in Ph.D studies at the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade. Besides, she is a member of several non-governmental and youth organizations and has been an organizer, and participant in numerous seminars, conferences and forums around the world where she also has had the opportunity to represent the Republic of Serbia and the Russian Federation. She is engaged in debate, has participated in numerous competitions and has many awards. Also, she graduated from legal clinics for environmental law and anti-corruption, various courses in public speaking, non-formal education, and human rights. Natalija is currently working in one of the leading law offices in Belgrade. She is an active trainer and volunteer. In addition to Serbian, she speaks English, Russian and uses Spanish. She loves to read, travel, and meet new people. She is considered a young leader, dedicated, hardworking, charismatic, communicative person, and highly analytical.