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Our Team

Metodija Stojceski

Project Coordinator

Metodija is one of the founders of Youth Alliance – Krusevo. At this moment, he is the president of the organization. In the last 25 years he is very active in the civil sector on both, national and regional level. Metodija was project coordinator of all past 19 editions of the international youth conference. He is an initiator of the bilateral initiative for establishment of the "Bilateral Youth Cooperation Offices" between North Macedonia and Greece. His motion is to bring modern European values closer to the young people from the SEE region and to build common European future of the societies in the region.

Biljana Markoska

First Project Assistant

Biljana is first project assistant who has been involved in different international youth activities such as International Youth Conference “European Values for the SEE countries” since 2003, “Contacts for the Common Future” different youth exchanges and trainings. Having a strong background in the international and youth field, Biljana has always been interested in contributing to the process of active youth participation in societies in the Western Balkan countries, but also in being an active member of the civil society. Biljana joined the team of Youth Alliance Krusevo in 2003 as a volunteer and today is program coordinator.

Anelija Mitrova

Second project Assistant

Anelija started her path as a change maker as a volunteer in Youth Alliance -Krusevo in 2014 through the project “Contact for the common future”. She is an experienced youth worker, actively involved in building and maintaining diverse youth programs. A visionary and a resourceful individual with specialty expertise to conduct youth activities based on the project experience: coordinator in national youth projects, member of the training team on more than ten youth activities and national coordinator at many International Youth Projects and Erasmus + projects.

Nita Starova

Project coordinator from FES, office Skopje

Nita Starova is from Skopje and she a project coordinator at the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, office Skopje. She holds a Master degree in International Relations and Diplomacy, at the Faculty of Philosophy by University Ss. Cyril and Methodius. Nita is very supportive in the civil society sector.

ipg members

Nikola Ivanovski,

North Macedonia

Nikos Bakirtzis,


Amina Ibisević,

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Franceska Muco,


Marko Vukcevic,


Alexandros Pavlou,


Our volunteers

Andrej Stojkoski


Nina Jovanovska


Supporters and donors