МА Stefan Radojković

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Stefan Radojković (1984), Research Assistant, graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, Department of History (2009). He continued his post-graduate studies at the Faculty of Political Sciences of the University of Belgrade, where he obtained a master's degree in political science for international affairs in 2014, defending his master's thesis "Protracted social conflicts - Kosovo and Metohija from 1980 to 2008". In the same year, in November, he enrolled in doctoral academic studies, program: International and European Studies at Faculty of Political Sciences.

By the decision of the Holy Synod of Bishops in 2017, he was appointed secretary of the Jasenovac Committee of Serbian Orthodox Church. As an expert associate of the Museum of Genocide Victims (MŽG) in Belgrade, since July 2018, he participated in the projects "Crimes on the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia in the 20th and 21st Century" and "Encyclopedia of Genocide in the Independent State of Croatia". For the period from October 2021 to June 2022, he has been working as Museum’s curator-historian.

Since February 2023, he has been employed at the Institute for Political Studies (IPS). He is also a long-time correspondent and commentator for newspaper magazines and electronic media such as "Pravoslavlje", "Jerusalem Post", "TV Hram", "Talas.rs", Radio "Svetigora", "Blic", "Religion in Praxis", "KoSSev " and "Nedeljnik".