Zrinka Vrabec-Mojzes is a journalist and columnist of the Nacional political magazine in Croatia and also an anchor and editor of TV Net.
Previously, she was an award-winning anchor and editor of euro-integration programmes on Radio 101. She also hosted a political talk-show The hot seat on Radio 101. In 2007 she was elected as a member of SEEMO board, and in autumn 2009. she became a Vice-president of the Board.
In 2007 she was awarded the Hrvatski Pleter medal by the President of the Republic, Mr Stjepan Mesić, for her contribution in building democratic values in Croatia. In 2015. she was decorated by the President of the Republic, Mr Ivo Josipović, for promotion of Croatian culture in the country and abroad.
The Croatian President Ivo Josipović appointed her in 2010 as an Advisor for Social Affairs and until the end of his Presidential term in 2015 she worked in the Office of the President. In her duty she covered wide range of fields – from culture, education, human rights, civil society, to media, which are her speciality. At the moment she is working on her PhD thesis dealing with the audio-visual policy of the European Union at the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb.
In the first two months of 2017 the Vienna-based South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO) published more than 35 reactions and protest letters connected to press freedom violations in the SEEMO re...