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Monitoring the Berlin Process: From Paris to Trieste
VJOLLCA MEÇAJ Vjollca Meçaj graduated at the University of Tirana, in the Faculty of Law in
1973. Since then she has been working as a jurist, lawyer, judge, notary and
legal advisor in public administration. From 2004 till 2007 she was a member
of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Albania. She is the founder and
board member in different civil society organizations and covered the position
of Executive Director of the Albanian Helsinki Committee.
Vjollca Meçaj was a lecturer at the Albanian School of Magistrates and in different Law Faculties
in Tirana.She was awarded “Person of the Year” in 1998 and received twice the medal of
“Distinguished Civil Services”.
Florenc Qosja is National Coordinator at GIZ Albania, Programme Migration for
Development (PME) since June 2016.
He is involved in migration issues: how migrants give development-relevant
contribution in their countries of origin and improvement of framework conditions
for legal migration in Albania, efforts of the Albanian government to improve
services for jobseekers and create prospects for the sustainable development of the country’s
economic and intellectual potentials.
Florenc Qosja has previously worked for Austrian Development Agency (ADA) and is a lecturer
at the German Faculty of the University of Tirana.
Ambassador Ferit Hoxha is Director General for Political and Strategic Issues
at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Albania since November 2015.
He has joined the MFA of Albania 1991 and served as Director for Multilateral
Relations at the Albanian MFA (1996-1998), Ambassador to the European
Union (1998-2001), including to Belgium and Luxemburg; Ambassador to
France (2001-2006), including to Portugal. He has been the Secretary General of the MFA
(2006-2009) and was Albania’s Governor to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
Board of Governors (2007 – 2008). He has been the Albanian Ambassador and Permanent
Representative to the United Nations in New York (2009-2015).
He graduated at the University of Tirana, (Albania) in French language and civilization, and
has attended the Netherlands Institute of International Relations in The Hague; the Center of
International and Security Studies in Maryland, and has studied High-Level management with
Georgetown University.
Frank Morawietz is Special Commissioner of the Franco-German Youth Office
for South Eastern Europe and also Moderator of the Working Group of the
Regional Youth Cooperation Office (RYCO).