Darko Avramovski has been the Executive Director of the National Office of the Coalition “All for a Fair Trial” since 2022 and a member of the same since February 2016 as a project assistant. Despite the efforts for a fair trial, he works on the education of young people (high school and college students) as a coach in debating skills, and as a lecturer in the “Street Law” program, designed to introduce to the young the basics of state and law, legal culture, civil and human rights, and obligations and to protect them. During his undergraduate education as a scholar of CMEPIUS, he spent two years at the Faculty of Law, University of Ljubljana, and after graduation, he enrolled in postgraduate studies in Criminal Matters Law at the Law Faculty “Justinian I” in Skopje.
Daniel Mitkovski is the administration and finance manager in the Coalition “All for Fair Trials” since 2006. His 12 years of professional experience in the NGO sector in the areas of financial management, administration, design, management of networks, and databases contribute to the development of the organization in this area. His key responsibilities include planning and managing budgets, conducting various kinds of administrative tasks as well as providing consulting in the field of databases.
Ivana is a Master of Law in the field of Financial Law. Her involvement in the Coalition’s work dates back to 2017 as a trial monitor and becomes a member of the executive office of the Coalition “All for Fair Trials” in January 2018. Ivana is a lecturer-trainer of the “Learning Law” program from the “Youth Educational Forum” for high school students through which the young people are introduced to human rights, democracy and the legal system of the Republic of Macedonia.
Lejla is a law graduate and a postgraduate student in the field of criminal law at the Faculty of Law “Iustinian I” in Skopje. She is a member of the executive office team of Coalition All for Fair Trials since 01.01.2019 and has been engaged as a trial monitor since October 2018. She is additionally engaged in the Youth Education Forum as a lecturer for “Street Law”, which is a program designed for high school students and aimed at educating them on human, civil and political freedoms and rights, democracy and the concept of Rule of law, the European Union and the European integration process of the Republic of Macedonia.