Marina Bulatović completed her master degree in European Studies, Governance and Regulation at the University of Bonn Centre for European Studies. Marina holds a bachelor in Political Science from the University of Belgrade, where she published three research papers and one policy proposal. She has been active both in the NGO sector and involved in students’ and pupils’ organising, with a focus on project and PR management.
Her social activism and academic excellence were acknowledged by different organisations and institutions, including a scholarship awarded by the Konrad Adenauer Stifftung for her studies both in Serbia and Germany. Marina’s research interest range from public policies and governance to political communication.
Prior to joining the Martens Centre, Marina did an internship with the European People’s Party Group in the European Parliament for the department of External Policies, Delegation Service. Marina speaks English, Serbian and has an intermediate knowledge of Spanish.