Magdalena Lembovska is a coordinator and senior researcher on security issues at EUROTHINK. She has been part of over twenty national and international projects related to security sector reform and governance, irregular migration and asylum, the fight against organized crime, extremism, good governance, anti-corruption and Europeanization. She is the author of numerous policy analyzes, reports, manuals and comments. She is a member of the Network of Experts of the Global Initiative for Combating Transnational Organized Crime, as well as the Study Group for Regional Stability in Southeast Europe of the “Partnership for Peace” consortium. Before becoming part of EUROTINK, he worked on the Security Policy Program in Analytics Think Tank, Skopje (2012 – 2018). Magdalena Lembovska is an alumnus of the Rotary Peace Fellowship (Bangkok, 2020), and has attended professional development programs implemented by the Military Academy of the United Kingdom, The Hague Academy of Local Government, the UN Office on Drugs and Crime, the College of Europe and others. She holds a Master of Science (MSc) in Global Crime, Justice and Security from the University of Edinburgh in the United Kingdom as a Chevening Fellow.