Dragica VUJADINOVIĆ (f) is a full professor at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, where she teaches Political and Legal Theories and Gender Studies at the undergraduate level, Introduction to the Political System of the EU at master studies in European Integration, and Contemporary Political Theories at master and doctoral level. She has also been the Head of the Master in European Integration programme (MEI) since 2005. She published the following books: The Budapest School – Theory of Radical Needs, Nikšić 1988), the textbook Political and Legal Theories, Belgrade 1996, Political Philosophy of Ronald Dworkin, Belgrade 2007, Civil Society and Political Institutions, Belgrade, 2009, Civil Society in Contemporary Context, Belgrade 2009 (in English), Democracy and Human Rights in the EU (co-authored with M. Jovanović and R. Etinski; in English), Maribor/Belgrade 2009, Serbia in the Maelstrom of Political Changes, Belgrade 2009 (in English). She was also co-editor for 8 books, and the co-author for the textbook Gender Studies, Belgrade 2017. She organised an international conference at the Faculty of Law, entitled “Gender Equality in Higher Education: International Good Practices and Local Contexts”, October 2017. She was the coordinator of a research team working on a pioneering project dedicated to the development of an Action plan for achieving gender equality at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. She was the coordinator for the Tempus JEP Project 2004-2008; as the Head of MEI she took part in a successful Jean Monnet module, 2017-2020, “Free Trade Agreement and European Integration of SEE Countries”; she is the coach in the Gender Coaching Program, within a Swedish-Serbian Police Co-operation Programme active between 2016 and 2018, and 2018-2020; she was part of the COSTA team (project in the application phase: Populism and Courts: Protecting Rights in the EU); she is the coordinator for Belgrade University for a project in the application phase: “Jean Monnet Academic network supporting the EU policy towards Western Balkans with emphasis on cooperation based on reconciliation – ANETREC”. In the role of disseminator, she took part in the EC project GenderTime, Paris 2016, and Schift GEAR, Brussels 2016.
She also published articles in national and international scientific journals, and chapters in books, focusing on gender equality: “Family Structures and Civil Society Perspectives in Present-Day Serbia”, in: P. Ginsborg et.al. The Golden Chain: Family, Civil Society and the State, Berghahn Publishers, Oxford and New York 2013; “Gender Equality in a Legal Environment” – The Case of Serbia”, in: SEELLS ed. Legal perspectives of gender Equality in SouthEast Europe, Skopje 2012; “Gender mainstreaming in law and legal education”, Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade – Belgrade Law Review, Year LXIII, 2015, No 4. She published articles on gender issues in Serbian, as well: “Perspectives of gender equality in a legal Context – the Case of Serbia” (2012), “Gender and Legal Regulation” (2013); “Theoretical-methodological Framework for Understanding Gender Relations” (2016), “Gender Relations in Serbia in the Transitional Era” (2016), “Patriarchy and Position of Women in the Ancient Epoche” (2018), “From Gender Blind to Gender Inclusive Higher Education in Serbia: Gender Action Plans”.