When she was just a little girl growing up in Croatia, people often asked her what would she wanted to be when she grows up. Without hesitation in her mind, she would answer: I want to be a police officer, so she pursued her childhood dream.
Human Rights are an essential element in the development of a modern legal system. They have also been a connecting theme in Heidi Lempiös career in law.
A considerable part of EULEXs work involves facilitating co-operation between people working in law enforcement who come from different national and cultural backgrounds. Barbora Kacikova, a Slovakian police officer, has already acquired a lot of experience on this field despite her young age.
Socialising and being part of the community are essential features of police work for Maria van der Hart. Working for EULEX has provided her ample opportunities to carry out this principle in practice.
Determination, professionalism, single-mindedness, diligence, courage, and a lot of hard work are virtues that make a judge a good judge. Valdete Daka has it all, and a bit more...
Njomza Miftari likes challenges. That is why working as the office manager of the president of EULEX judges fits her like a glove...
Womens rights are of utmost importance to her and she cannot pass a stray dog on the street without offering a helping hand. She is from Sweden and she is EULEXs gender advisor.
Born and raised in Vienna, Violeta Demaj has never forgotten her Albanian roots. This ultimately brought her back to Kosovo, a birthplace of her father.
Victoria May hit the road from Somerset to Kosovo almost 18 months ago and so far she has no intention to come back to UK. As a legal officer with the Special Prosecution Office she works every day on important criminal cases, providing EULEX prosecutors with vital support and assistance.
Kerry Moyes has come a long way from serving in the UK Royal Navy in Belgium and Gibraltar. Her interest in international law inspired her move to Kosovo. Over the past year and a half she has been working as a legal officer in the Supreme Court of Kosovo. And this is not all: her travel is set to continue as she will leave the Mission at the end of March.