Commisioner for Protection of Equality
Brankica Jankovic – graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University in Belgrade. She has a doctoral degree from the Faculty of Security Studies in Belgrade.
Acting as the Commissioner for the Protection of Equality since 2015, when she was elected by the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia.
From 2012 to 2014, she was the State Secretary in the Ministry of Labor, Employment and Social Affairs. In the same time, she was the head of Negotiating Group 19 – Social policy and employment and the president of three Councils in the Government of Serbia. She was a chief of the state delegation at several minister conferences and director of a number of national projects. In the area of social protection, she was Director of the Belgrade Gerontology Center, from 2006 to 2012. Previously, she spent four years in the area of education, as a secretary and teacher in Educational System “Rudjer Boskovic”, while in period from 1996 to 2003, she worked in marketing area, as an expert associate, producer and marketing director at TV Politika and marketing director of Television Yugoslavia – YU Info Channel.
She is a mentor in a program “Share Your Knowledge” organized by the European Movement in Serbia, with support of OSCE Mission. She teaches Multi-cultural social work – anti-discriminatory practices and policies at the master studies at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Belgrade.
She is a redaction member of the magazine Social Thought, the President of Editorial Board of the magazine Actualities and Deputy Editor in Chief of the magazine Social Politics. She has received several social awards and honors.