Amila Kurtović

Junior Researcher


Political rights of minorities

Freedom of expression and aseembly within the legal framework of the Council of Europe


Amila has joined our team in the fall of 2016, after having completed her LL.M degree in Comparative Constitutional Law at the Central European University in Budapest. She graduated from the University of Sarajevo Law School in 2015, and she spent one semester as an undergraduate exchange scholar of the Join EU-SEE Program at the Masaryk University Law School in the Czech Republic.  Throughout her studies, she was actively involved in community development work through her four years long engagement in AIESEC, the largest global students'  organization. There, she has been the leader of outgoing internship programs, and subsequently took on the role of the president of AIESEC Sarajevo. Her particular research interests include freedom of assembly and freedom of expression, relation between race and law in European context and minority rights protection. 

Work Experience

Editor Assistant, BBC World Service (April – July 2014) 

President, AIESEC Sarajevo (July 2013 – June 2014) 

Head of Outgoing Internship Program, AIESEC Sarajevo and AIESEC Bosnia and Herzegovina (July 2011 – June 2013) 

Peer Educator, XY Association for sexual and reproductive health (2007 – 2009)


LL.M (2015-2016), Comparative Constitutional Law, Central European University, Budapest

BA (2015), University of Sarajevo Law School

Join EU SEE undergraduate exchange scholar (2012) Masaryk University Law School, Brno, Czech Republic