Mjuša Sever is Co-founder and Director of Regional Dialogue, a Slovenia-based NGO with a branch office in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Formerly, she served as Country Director for Freedom House in Uzbekistan and subsequently as Country Director of the Uzbekistan Open Dialogue project funded by Eastern Kentucky University.
She is a human rights activist, journalist and trainer with more than 30 years of experience working in Southeastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Ms. Sever previously served as the political adviser to the President of the Slovenian Parliament. During the wars in former Yugoslavia, she launched the project “Women Bringing Peace to the Balkans,” which resulted in the establishment of numerous women’s NGOs throughout the region. Ms. Sever also previously served in the OSCE mission to Kosovo and worked for NDI in Azerbaijan and in Afghanistan.
Publications by Mjuša Sever
Judicial and Governance Reform in Uzbekistan
Executive Summary Since President Mirziyoyev assumed power as interim president in September 2016, a major agenda of reforms has been introduced in Uzbekistan. In this broader agenda, judicial and governance […]