Daliborka Uljarevic is the Executive Director of the Centre for Civic Education (CCE/CGO), a prominent Montenegrin NGOs working in the field of democratisation, Europeanisation, human rights, and active citizenship. By education, she is a political scientist with major in International Relations from the Faculty of Political Sciences at the University of Belgrade, and additional specialisations in political systems, EU affairs, media policies, human rights and civil society from Montenegrin and international universities. Within the European Marshall Memorial Fellowship, intended for European students (by GMF), she studied in the USA, as the first participant of this programme from Montenegro. Before her career in the NGO, she was working for international organisations and media, such as Council of Europe Office, BBC World, OSCE Mission and in International Foundation for Election Systems (IFES). As an expert, she is frequently engaged in various programmes led by UNDP, EURECNA, OSCE, UNIFEM, Sida, REC, ECOSOC, Freedom House, etc. She is a member of several Montenegrin NGOs boards, and at the wider level member of the Western Balkans Advisory Committee of the global Open Society Foundations (OSF), the Western Balkans Strategy Group of the Heinrich Boell Stiftung, and Regional Council within the Coalition for RECOM. Uljarevic is (co)author and editor of series of publications and articles in the area of democratisation and Europeanisation, and one of the leading political analysts in Montenegro.