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Danica Radisic

I am a corporate communications consultant, writer, blogger, poet, and native speaker of Serbian, English and Portuguese. A Serbian native, I was born and raised on the Iberian Peninsula, with some time spent in the Middle East and U.S.. When I am not gladly dedicating my time to Global Voices as Central & Eastern Europe Editor, I play a part-time adult as a mom of two and CEO of Krazy Fish Consulting. In the free time I don't have but manage to find, I listen and share on Twitter and other social networks as NikiBGD.

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Latest posts by Danica Radisic

10 July 2014

A Local Serbian Politician Threatened on Facebook to Hit an Activist With a Shovel for Organizing Protests

An activist's call for protests and demands for better reconstruction efforts met online threats from a Serbian city official.

3 July 2014

Australian Activist Jock Palfreeman Is Taking On Bulgaria's Prison System From the Inside

People are calling for a Twitter "Day of Solidarity" with Palfreeman, imprisoned for murder. He says he was defending himself after trying to stop an attack on two Roma boys.

Albanian Activists Condemn ‘Terrorist’ Murder Verdict in Macedonia

Serbian Artists Create “Neighborly Hanger” for Handouts

25 May 2014

Serbian Bloggers Censored for Criticizing Flood Relief Efforts

Bloggers, journalists and rights-conscious Internet users have flooded the Serbian web with republications of a blog post condemning the government for stifling free expression during the country's state of emergency.

19 May 2014

Tens of Thousands Stranded, Serbians Take Flood Relief Into Their Own Hands

As Serbia and Bosnia live through the worst floods the region has seen in 120 years, relief and aid efforts are mostly being led by civilians and civic movements.

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