Rade Rajkovchevski is Assistant Professor and Vice-Dean for International Cooperation in the Faculty of Security in Skopje, University “St. Kliment Ohridski” – Bitola. Prior to his academic career which began in 2006, his work experience was associated to working in army, civil protection and security. He defended the Master’s thesis on national security policy and conflict prevention (2010) and his doctoral dissertation is related to the development and challenges of the European police cooperation (2013). He has references as researcher and expert in the EU-funded and several national projects. As most relevant are: COMPOSITE-Comparative Police Studies in the EU (FP7 Security, 2010-2014), SAFFER-Shelters and Access for Empowerment and Risk Reduction (Contracted researcher for MARRI Regional Center, 2017) and GIZ’s project for Illicit cash transfer (2018). In addition, he has references as technical expert of the City of Skopje in two European Commission DG ECHO’s projects dedicated to the civil protection and humanitarian assistance (ACHELOUS-Action of Contrast to Hydraulic Emergency in Local Urban Site [2014-2015] and EPICURO-European Partnership for Innovative Cities within an Urban Resilience Outlook [2017-2019]). He is author of two books, several book chapters and more than 30 articles dedicated to security issues. He is member of the Board of Trustee of “The Balkan Forum“ regional non-governmental initiative and reviewer of the Routledge: Taylor and Francis Group’s journal (Policing and Society: An International Journal of Research and Policy) and other journals in Croatia, Poland, Columbia and other countries, focused on policing, security and migrations.
Areas of expertise: crisis management, civil protection, migrations, policing, and security policy.
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