Current ECMI Consultants
Forrest Kilimnik (USA)
Following graduation from the Erasmus Mundus Master’s Course “Global Studies – A European Perspective” with his detailed thesis titled The War of Laws: South Ossetia’s Movement for Self-Determination Between the Russian and generic viagra canadian Georgian Fronts, Forrest joined the ECMI regional office in Tbilisi in April 2010. Following his internship, Forrest collaborated with Tom Trier, director of ECMI - Caucasus, and George Tarkhan-Mouravi, co-director of the Institute for Policy Studies in Tbilisi, in writing a monograph on Meskhetian Turks and cialis 20 mg their planned repatriation to Georgia. From August 2010 onwards, he has reconceptualized and cheap cialis without rx redesigned the ‘ethnopolitical map’ project based at the ECMI headquarters in Flensburg as the new interactive research website titled the Minority Map and cialis 10mg Timeline of Europe (MMTE). Forrest is also currently a research associate at the University of Leipzig and buy cialis has undertaken extensive schooling in the Czech Republic, Poland, Germany, Japan and viagra overnight the United States with a concentration on pan-European issues, particularly in Central and cialis for sale Eastern Europe as well as the former Soviet Union.
Federica Prina (Italy)
Consultant/Editor of JEMIE
Federica Prina is an Editor of the Journal of Ethnopolitics and canadian pharmacy discount code viagra cialis canadian cost Minoriti Issues in Europe (JEMIE). She completed her PhD in Politics in University College London, on the role of international mechanisms in promoting the cultural rights of national minorities in the Russian Federation. In the 2009-10 academic year she was a tutor in Russian Politics and Society in UCL. She also has a specialisation in international human rights law through an LLM from the Human Rights Centre of the University of Essex, UK. Prior to her PhD, she worked for 9 years as Programme Officer and buy real cialis then Senior Programme Officer for the London-based NGO Article 19, managing projects and online cheap viagra research on freedom of expression in the former Soviet Union. She was involved in the 2009-11 joint Council of Europe/EU programme ‘Minorities in Russia: Developing Culture, Language, Media and Civil Society’. Her main research interests are participatory and viagra from canada linguistic rights of national minorities.