Sonja Stojadinovic

Sonja Stojadinovic was born in 1979 in Veles. She is a graduate political scientist at the Faculty of Law "Iustinianus Primus" in Skopje, where she received her master's degree in International Politics on the topic "Nonviolent struggle in politics: factors for success and failure." She works as a freelance author for the Croatian regional portals Lupiga and Bilten and is an activist for the left-wing Solidarity movement.

Why having debate TV shows when there is a lack of communication culture


The use of hate speech is a serious issue and must be seriously taken into account not only by the government authorities but also by the civil society, including...

Gender equality is the eternal effigy of the Church

Sonja Stojadinovic


Gender equality that women seek is neither a threat to society nor to the family, but solely to the misogynistic and patriarchal system that has oppressed women for...

Religious tolerance in Macedonia: A familiar but rarely practiced concept

Sonja Stojadinovic


Religious tolerance is built by getting to know others, a clarification that their diversity is not a threat to us or our religious...