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Srbijanka Turajlic was a political activist and professor from Serbia. She was a professor in the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the University of Belgrade.
Turajlic served as Assistant Minister of Higher Education in Serbia’s Ministry of Education and Sports from 2001 to 2004, serving in the Cabinets of Zoran ini and Zoran ivkovi.
Serbian Peace and Democracy Activist Srbijanka Turajlic Passes Away at 77
Srbijanka Turajlic, a retired University of Belgrade professor and well-known liberal political activist died on Sunday at the age of 77, according to the opposition Free Citizens Movement, which she co-founded. “We say goodbye to beloved Srbijanka Turajlic with much grief.”
Her ideas, politics, and passion to make Serbia a modern society will be the cornerstone of our organization for the rest of our lives,” the Free Citizens Movement said in a statement.
Srbijanka Turajlic Age, Family, Early Life
Srbijanka Turajlic was born on April 25, 1946)76 years old), in Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia (now Serbia). She holds a Serbian nationality and she belongs to white ethnicity. Her Zodiac sign is Taurus.
On Srbijanka Turajlic’s parents, there is currently no information known.
Srbijanka Turajlic Husband, What about her Children?
It appears that Srbijanka Turajlic is a married woman with children. Therefore, there is no information on her relationship or children available.
Srbijanka Turajlic Career, What was her profession?
Srbijanka Turajlic was a member of the Otpor (Resistance) movement, which battled against Serbian authoritarian leader Slobodan Milosevic’s administration in the 1990s. After Milosevic was deposed in 2000, she worked as an assistant minister in the Ministry of Higher Education and Sport from 2001 until 2004. She was also a vocal opponent of Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.
In 2017, she claimed it was disgraceful to have a president who vowed during the Bosnian war in the 1990s that “100 Muslims will be slain for every dead Serb.” Turajlic was the subject of an award-winning documentary film, ‘The Other Side of Everything,’ filmed by her daughter Mila Turajlic, that highlighted how political turbulence in Serbia affected their family.
From 1974 to 1975, she studied at Grenoble, France on a French government scholarship, and from 1984 to 1986, she worked as a professor in Monterey, California. She was the author of over 100 scientific works in management and higher education that were published in domestic and foreign publications, but she was also the author of two textbooks and co-author of one that was included in the state curriculum.
She retired from the University of Belgrade in 2011 but continued to be politically active, supporting the opposition Free Citizens Movement. The Maja Marsicevic Tasic Fund gave her the Osvajanje Slobode (Winning Freedom) honor in 2009 for her contribution to Serbia’s democratic success.
How much is Srbijanka Turajlic Net Worth?
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Which school and college did She go to?
Srbijanka Turajlic completed elementary and secondary school in Belgrade. She got her bachelor’s degree in 1969 from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade, her master’s degree in 1973, and her Ph.D. in 1979. Several times during her education, she got student prizes.
Is She available on any kind of social media platform?
Unfortunately, Srbijanka Turajlic does not seem to be available on social media.
Physical Appearance of Srbijanka Turajlic’s Height, Weight
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