Born in Skopje, Macedonia, Jana Savevska is currently completing her juris doctor at Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto, Canada where she specializes in international, transnational and comparative law. Prior to this, Jana completed her Honours Bachelor of Arts in political science and history at the University of Toronto.
She has had the opportunity to take on a variety of roles from assisting in research on topics like the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals to interning at the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals. In addition, her role on the editorial board of the Centre for Eastern European Democracy has allowed her to publish multiple articles on Macedonian current events for a global audience.
In her academic work and volunteerism, Jana consistently seeks to bring attention to human rights issues, with particular attention to those that affect the Macedonian community.