International Relations and Human Rights Lawyer
Boshko Stankovski is a PhD candidate at the University of Cambridge, working on a thesis in international law as a member of Trinity College. He hold a BA in Law from the University of Sts Cyril and Methodius from Skopje, Macedonia and an MPhil in international relations from University of Cambridge. He was the 2014/2015 graduate research fellow at the Harvard Law School. He was also the McCloskey Fellow at the Institute of Russian and East European Studies in Bloomington, Indiana, USA (2010), and a visiting scholar at the Sydney Law School, Australia (2012). He has also been working as expert-consultant for several organisations and institutions. Boshko Stankovski’s involvement with the NNEdPro overlaps his research interest in the international law and right to food and the way this is related with nutrition education. He is also interested in how conflicts affect access to food, and the policies of food aid distribution implemented by the large donor organisations.