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Nataša Jović

Assistant Secretary General of the Administrative and Technical Service of the Protector of Citizens - Department for Handling Complaints

She was born in 1968 in Belgrade. She graduated from the Faculty of Law in Belgrade, passed the bar exam and completed master academic studies, second degree academic studies, the Study Programme Rights of the Child.

She is the holder of the Certificate on acquisition of specific knowledge for handling children and minors in judicial and other proceedings awarded by the Judicial Training Center. She completed a large number of international and local training courses and seminars in the field of children's rights, rights of persons with developmental disabilities, persons with disabilities, as well as in the field of conflict resolution, handling difficult clients and sexually abused children.

She started her career as a Legal Affairs Officer in the Ministry of Finance, in 1997, then she moved on to became Property and Legal Affairs Officer, which position involved the preparation of drafts and proposals of primary and secondary legislation and passing of individual decisions relating to the trade in immovable property in the Republic of Serbia. In 1999 served as a Senior Technical Associate in the Republican Directorate for Property; and from 2001 to 2008 she was employed with a Law Office.

In 2008 took the position of an Independent Advisor with the Protector of Citizens, and moved on to the position of the Head of Division for Children’s Rights in 2009. She has served as the Assistant Secretary General of the Administrative and Technical Service of the Protector of Citizens since 2014.