Jovan Džoli Ulićević

Jovan Džoli Ulićević is an activist, thinker and doer from Montenegro. He was born in 1991 in the capital, Podgorica, where he also studied and specialised in ecology, becoming passionate about eco-systemic perceptions & visions of the world. He is soon to graduate in Diplomacy and International Relations at the University of Donja Gorica in Podgorica. Through this, he’s contributing to building integrative perspectives which transcend the traditional oppressive geopolitical approach in the field, politicising on the ground issues at regional and global scales, as well as linking the struggles faced by marginalised communities – especially women, trans and queer people – with wider social justice frameworks in national and international spaces. The topics he’s active in are anti-fascism, queer activism and feminism, drawing from peace-building and decolonial approaches. He is the founder of several queer feminist organisations such as Spektra, Trans Mreža Balkan and LGBTIQ Association of Queer Montenegro. He also works as an executive director in Spektra and Trans Mreža Balkan.

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