Saša Panić studied linguistics and comparative literature at the Faculty of Arts, University of Zagreb. For several years he has been a freelance journalist, and a contributor to the Glas Istre, a regional daily, and Feral Tribune, a political and satirical weekly, as well as other publications. He was also a member of the editorial team of Balcanis, a magazine for cultures. In 2004, he joined the National Focal Point of the European Union Agency for Fundamental rights (former European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia), which was run in Slovenia by the Peace Institute until 2014.
Research network FRANET
The Peace Institute, as part of the FRANET research network and contractual partner of the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), which established the research network, has the task...
- Research network FRANET
- South East European Media Observatory: Building Capacities and Coalitions for Monitoring Media Integrity and Advancing Media Reforms (Phase 2)
- CoMiDe – Consistency of Migration and Development Policy
- PRIME – Anti-Discrimination Training for Media and Equality
- Roma People in Ljubljana: Diversity of Perspectives
- National Focal Point of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights
Regional overview of Public Service Media models in South East Europe
Regional comparative overview of funding and governing models of the public service media in nine countries of South East Europe: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Hungary, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro,...