A Graduate Jurist, Ms. Natasha Vidova is a MSc Researcher in the area of Active Labour Market Policies in EU, Tempus Master Programme for “European Institutions and Politics” at the University Sts.” Cyril and Methodius” in Skopje. She has more than 5 years’ experience in Law regulation, civil and corporate law, legal disputes, preparing indictments, business correspondence etc.
In the past years she attended many courses, lectures and seminars in different field of law. In 2009 she attended lectures in Gender Studies at the research centre Euro-Balkan Institute. The two semester course was about the women transition in the society from the past until today. Also in 2009 she spends two weeks at International Summer School Sarajevo, Transitional Justice in South East Europe. In 2009 she got certificate from the Belgrade Law University for attending the seminar for The Significance of Lobbying in Modern Society. In 2012 she receive certificate for basic project managing from Development Solution and in 2013 she attended Legal English and Adversarial System seminar serials, the USA Justice system, at American Corner-Skopje.
The current positions as member of the Centre of Excellence, which is part of the PPP4Broadband project, improved and enriched her knowledge in Public-Private Partnership, law regulations and defining procedures in PPP, as well as localisation of PPP models according to national legislation. Through the preparation of feasibility study she extended her knowledge in preparing legal framework for PPP. In the past period she gained experience in administrating and project management.
Currently she is working as Research Assistant for Legal Affairs in Center for Knowledge Management.