Tanja Hafner-Ademi holds a MA in international relations and european studies from the Central European University, Hungary. She has over eight years of professional experience in managing projects on capacity-building and development of civil society in enlargement countries. She is a member of the EC IPA Civil Society Facility Programming Committee, National European Integration Council (NCEI) in the Macedonian Parliament and the Board of Directors - Balkan Community Initiative Fund (BCIF). She has, on several occasions, acted as expert or trainer to the EC or EU Delegations in accession countries. Her areas of expertise include civil society development, EU integration process, cross-border cooperation and project development and management.
(2014) 'Monitoring Matrix on Enabling Evironment for Civil Society Development. Regional Report', Skopje: Balkan Civil Society Development Network and European Center for Not-for-Profit Law. Co-authored with K. Hadzi-Miceva Evans.
(2013) 'The Monitoring Matrix on Enabling Environment for Civil Society Development: The Tool-kit', Skopje: Balkan Civil Society Development Network. Co-authored with K. Hadzi-Miceva Evans.
(2013) 'Inclusiveness, Representativeness and Impact of Civil Society and Participation to the EU Integration and Accession Process: The Experience of CSO Representatives to the NCEI in Macedonia, Parliament Scrutiny in the EU Accession Process', Institute for Democracy and Mediation, pp.35-44. Co-authored with I. Nesik.
(2012) Donors Strategies and Practices in Civil Society Development in the Balkans: Lost in Translation?, Skopje: Balkan Civil Society Development Network. Co-authored with A. Fagan.
(2011) European Economic and Social Council and Similar Institutions in the Western Balkan Countries - Regional Study for EESC, Macedonian Center for International Cooperation.
(2011) 'The EU and the Ohrid Framework Agreement, Ohrid Framework Agreement: Case Studies', Macedonian Center for International Cooperation, pp. 44-51. Co-authored with I.Nesik.
(2010) 'The Missing Link? Development and Functioning of Civil Dialogue in the Balkans', Balkan Civic Practice 7, Balkan Civil Society Development Network.
(2009) The Successes and Failures of Pre-Accession Policy in the Balkans: Support to Civil Society, Skopje: Balkan Civil Society Development Network.