I have a background in higher education management, establishment of youth-led organisations and political analysis. I am based in Skopje, but have studied at UCL in London. My main interests are public policy, sustainable development and youth empowerment.
Why I joined FutureLab Europe? I joined FutureLab Europe because it represents an exceptional network of young people from accross Europe that has a constructive approach in addressing the challenges the EU faces.
Why do I think that Europe needs active citizens? Active citizenship is the leading instrument to elevate the participatory element in democracies, by encouraging discussions and actions for sustainable development of local and national communities, based on wide and equal representation and respect towards differences.
Twitter account: https://twitter.com/danielgjokjeski
Daniel joined FutureLab Europe in 2012. Since then he has been involved in the following activties:
- Juncker’s investment package; the last chance for European Millennials?
- Balkan Shades of Peace
- Instead of Twerk & Selfie
- Social Entrepreneurship & Innovation – Two Oars of European Youth Lifeboat
- Between cultures and religions, past and future
- Ubiquitous Assimilation of Global Youth
- The European Spirit
- Petar Pan`s Shadow
- When Actions are Priceless
- The Desperate Need for Forward Momentum
- Is Europe `hot` topic for Macedonia?
- FutureLab Europe discussed social entrepreneurship with MEP Sofia Ribeiro at the Ronda Forum 2016
- Young Europeans call for a holistic approach to facilitate entrepreneurship
- Forum on Education & Entrepreneurship
- Europe@debate in Brussels: Europe’s lost generation? Young Europeans’ perspectives on the crisis
- Imagining Europe in 2037–scenarios for the future
- FutureLab spoke at the Berlin Foreign Policy Forum
- Second FutureLab Europe Annual Forum in Brussels
- Malmström speaks at first Europe@debate
- First FutureLab Europe annual forum takes place in Brussels
- One passport, one people?