Permanent research fellow
Dimitar Nikolovski (Republic of North Macedonia) is a PhD candidate at the Graduate School for Social Research, Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw, where he researches the relations between populist parties and civil society in Southeast Europe. He has background in Political Science and has studied at the Law Faculty in Skopje (BA), the Central European University in Budapest (MA) and the Universities of Sarajevo/Bologna (MA). He has worked for several think-tanks in Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina and cooperates with the Centre for European Training in Skopje. His research looks at civil activism in Central and Eastern Europe, and how it relates to some of the most burning contemporary issues, such as European integration, challenges and backsliding of democracy, and migration, left-wing populism in Europe.
Topics: Populism versus Civil Society in Macedonia; Memory politics