Predrag Raosavljevic PhD

University of Banja Luka, Republic of Srpska



PhD in Public International Law, University of Belgrade (2012)    

Thesis: Rights of States to Self-Defense in Light of International Practice

LL.M. - Columbia University, New York City (2005)                                             

International Law of Human Rights

Bachelor of Law – University of Banja Luka (2001)

Current professional activities:

 ·         Member of European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI)

Strasbourg, France, 2013-present

·           Assistant Human Rights Ombudsmen of Bosnia and Herzegovina /

Head of Department for Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination                        

Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2010present

·          Lecturer at PIM University, Public International Law    

       Banja Luka,Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2007- present


·        Member and Vice-President of Board of Trustees of Banja Luka State University



Public service distinctions:

· Humanitarian Award « Dragomir Nicholich » administered by Studenica Foundation (2003)

· Ron Brown Fellow, US Department of State (2004)

· Parker School of Foreign and Comparative Law-Recognition of Achievement (2005)

· Columbia University Award-Stone Harlan Fiske Scholar (2005)

· Member of the School Board, Banja Luka School of Music (2009)

Languages: Serbo-Croatian, English, French   

Areas of expertise: International Law, Human Rights, International Relations

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