MEDZIT EMURLI, M.Sc.
DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF THE COMMISSION FOR RELATIONS WITH RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES AND GROUPS
He is born on March 21, 1970 in the village of Shemshevo, municipality of Jagunovce, Macedonia.
He finishes primary school in the village Shemshevo. In 1986 he enrolled in the Secondary Theological School "Isa Beg Medresa" in Kondovo, Skopje. After graduating in 1991, he firstly continued his education at the Faculty of Theology "Gazi Hustrev Bey" in Sarajevo, and then in 1994 he continued his studies at the University "19 May" in Samsun, R. Turkey, where he completed them in 2000. His master studies in history and international cooperation at the "Institute for Spiritual and Cultural Heritage of the Albanians" - Skopje are in progress.
In 2000 he was employed as a lecturer in Islamic sciences and humanity in the mosque in the village Shemshevo. In 2009 he was employed in the Secretariat for Implementation of the Ohrid Framework Agreement as an experienced advisor. In the same year he became president of the bilingual school in the municipality of Jagunovce, which was opened by the "Fridtjof Nansen - Nansen Dialog Center" - Skopje, and supported by the Ministry of Culture of Norway. In 2021 he continues his working career in the Commission for Relations with Religious Communities and Groups (CRRCG).
He is the author of several columns, which in their content mainly deal with topics related to inter-religious dialogue and coexistence. He has published a book. He has attended numerous state and international seminars and conferences on interfaith dialogue organized by non-governmental organizations. One of them is "Millennium Macedonia". From 2010 to 2012 he was a member of the organizing committee of "Lordaks kaffe, Spkelkavik Kirke", an organization for dialogue between civilizations and religions based in Alesund.
He speaks Macedonian, Albanian, Serbo-Croatian, Turkish and Norwegian language. He has basic knowledge of English language.
In its work it always strives to promote the values of peace, tolerance, humanism, mutual trust, enjoyment and promotion of religious freedoms and rights of citizens in our multi-confessional and multicultural society.
He is appointed as Deputy Director of the Commission for Relations with Religious Communities and Groups on March 8, 2022.
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