CV of Professor Paroula NASKOU-PERRAKI
Dr. Paroula Naskou-Perraki is Professor of International Law and International Organizations at the Department of International and European Studies at the University of Macedonia.
She served at the School of Law of Democritus University of Thrace (1974-1993) and she joined the University of Macedonia in 1994.
She was awarded as an Honorary Doctor from the School of Law and History of the Neophyt Risky University of Blagoevgrad (Bulgaria, 2003). She was a visiting professor at the School of Law of the Capital University (Columbus, Ohio, 2001 & 2009), coordinator and teaching fellow at the Summer School of the aforementioned University which was held in Thessaloniki (1998-2005), visiting professor at the National School of Judges (1998-2005), visiting professor at the European Master's in Human Rights and Democratization (Lido, Venice, 2002), representative of Greece at the EU-China Dialogue on Human rights (Beijing, 2002), visiting professor at the Master's Program of the World Trade Organisation (MILE, Bern, 2003-2005) representative of Greece at the Iran-EU Dialogue on Human Rights (Brussels, 2003, and Tehran, 2004), expert on issues regarding refugees at the asylum committee during the Greek presidency (2003), member of the Ministry of Justice Working Committee for the reform on the juvenile law (2001-2002), "judge" since 1998 at the semi-finals of the Moot Court Competition which is being held on an annual base by Telders Organising Office in the Hague, (the Netherlands). She served as Secretary of the Board of the Center of International and European Economic Law (1997-2007) and as Co-Editor of the Hellenic Review of European Law (2004-2007). She taught at the International Institute of Human Rights in Strasbourg (Summer 2010).
She is member of scientific groups and councils, while she has been member and a vice-president of the Macedonian News Agency (2001-2006).
She is the Director of the UNESCO Chair on Intercultural Policy of the University of Macedonia (2004-). Since 2001 she has been organizing the Thessaloniki International Student Model United Nations at the University of Macedonia, for which she was awarded by the United Nations the title of the "Friend of the United Nations" (2006).
She has published extensively in English and Greek monographs, educational books and many scientific papers on International Law, the Law of International Organizations, the International Protection of Human Rights, the EC/EU Law, and Diplomatic and Consular Law.
She is a mother of two children.