Members of the Commission

Mirce Adamcevski
President of the Press Complaints Commission
He graduated at the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy – Chemical Engineering.   He worked as a journalist, editor, correspondent of the daily “Nova Makedonija” in Moscow (in a period of six years, 1993-1999), as well as an Editor in Chief in the period 2002 - 2004. He was a President of the Broadcasting Council of Macedonia in the period 2006 – 2008. Adamcevski worked for the magazine “Porta 3” in the period 2008 – 2013.
Bekim Ajdini
Vice President
He has earned an MA degree in International Relations and Diplomacy at the Iliria Faculty in Pristina, Kosovo. He is currently an Editor in Chief of the daily newspaper Koha. Ajdini has 18-year long working experience, working both as a journalist and in the Public Relations Office in the US Embassy in Skopje. He also worked for the International Organization of Migrations in Skopje and Pristina, where he had an important role in the management of projects related to the exchange of information and public outreach campaigns management, with a particular focus at interethnic projects on reconciliation, projects on fundraising for small and medium enterprises, projects aimed for minority groups and campaigns against trafficking in people. Ajdini became a member of the International Federation of Journalists in 1997.
  


Teofil Blazevski

blazevski@semm.mk

Teofil Blazevski is a graduated journalist. He has upgraded his formal education with numerous trainings both in Macedonia and abroad. He has 30 years of working experience in the area of journalism, out of which above 20 years of work as a professional journalist, editor and editor in chief in several print and electronic media, including the new media. Blazevski was also a member of the Board and activist on behalf of Transparency International – Macedonia.
  

 

 
  

Filip Gjurcinovski

gjurcinovski@semm.mk

 
  

Meri Jordanovska

jordanovska@semm.mk

Meri Jordanovska works as an investigative journalist for more than ten years. She worked for the weekly Focus and then moved to the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN). She covers topics and analyses on the current political events in Macedonia, judiciary, crime and corruption. Jordanovska took part in many trainings and conferences in the area of investigative journalism. Jordanovska has also won the Balkan scholarship for journalism excellence and she is one of the authors of the database on media ownership “Media Pedia”.

  

Sefer Tahiri

tahiri@semm.mk

Sefer Tahiri, PhD, has graduated Journalism at the University St. Cyril and Methodius in Skopje. He earned his MA degree at the Institute for Sociological and Political – Juridical Research in Skopje, Department of Communications. The title of his MA degree thesis was “Influence of the Political Parties over the Editorial Policy of the Commercial TV stations”. Tahiri earned his PhD degree at the New York University – Skopje, by defending his dissertation work titled “Influence of the Political Parties over the Editorial Policy of the Public Broadcaster – Macedonian Radio Television (1998 - 2006).” Since 2008 he teaches courses in the area of journalism and communications at the Department of Languages, Cultures and Communications at the South East Europe University in Tetovo. He also has an experience as lecturer at the Department of Journalist at the State University in Tetovo, in 2009. Since 2011 he has been working in the Sector on Intercultural Communication at the Institute of Spiritual and Cultural Heritage of the Albanians – Skopje.
Tahiri has more than 15 years of experience working as a journalist. He was a journalist and editor in the newspaper Fakti, while from 2000 through 2006 he was an editor of the current affairs programme and deputy editor of the Programme in Albanian language in the Macedonian Television. In the period 2006 through 2008 he worked as a Deputy Editor of the TV Alsat – M. In parallel to his work in the national media, he worked a correspondent for the Albanian language programme in Radio Free Europe from 2001 through 2011. He took part in a variety of research projects implemented by the Macedonian Institute for Media and the School of Journalism and Public Relations.

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