Goce Peroski

*1981 in Waiblingen (Baden-Württemberg)
Teacher and Philologist

CIVIC GmbH – Institute for international education
Location: Düsseldorf
0049 / (0)211 / 23 38 855

  • Apprenticeship as industrial manager with DaimlerChrysler
  • English and German studies at Tübingen University, First and Second state examination (teaching post)
  • A registered translator for Macedonian (authorised translator and sworn interpreter at the Regional Appeal Court Düsseldorf)

Goce Peroski is a project-manager in the CIVIC – Institute for international education. He works especially in the area of political education and conducts scenario games in the field of European politics. Since 2012, he has been educating trainers of scenario games in the Netherlands, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Republic of Macedonia.

Moreover, he is an external lecturer for the Akademie des deutschen Beamtenbundes (dbb akademie e.V., Academy of the German Association of public servants) in the area of ethics and integrity, the methodology of management in the field of integrity, the prevention of corruption, conflicts of interest as well as public law.

In 2013, he participated as a short-time expert within a multi-national EU-Twinning-project in Montenegro that was coordinated by the Bundesverwaltungsamt (German Federal Office for Administration). The aim of this project was to strengthen the national anti-corruption bodies and to support the implementation of the national anti-corruption strategy in Montenegro.

Besides, Goce Peroski is in charge for the conception and execution of workshops and seminars in the areas of political and intercultural education, as well as ethics and integrity. In connection to that, he also prepares and executes seminars and other events for visitor´s groups of international cooperation partners.

Furthermore, he is an author of several publications in the area of political education.

Since September 2014, Goce Peroski has been a member and the first deputy president of the Council for integration of the City of Düsseldorf.

Furthermore, he has been an official representative of the organization “United Macedonian Diaspora”, one of the leading Macedonian diaspora organizations based in Washington, D.C. (USA).

From 2010 until 2012, he had been a member of the Council for Foreigners and Migration in the City Council of Fellbach (Baden-Württemberg) and member of the managing board (Landesvorstand) of the Junge Europäer-JEF Baden-Württemberg e.V. (Young Europeans-JEF Baden-Württemberg) from 2004 until 2006. He was one of the co-founders and members of the executive of the Deutsch-Makedonisches Kulturforum Korzo e.V.

In the past, he has worked for the Landeszentrale für politische Bildung Baden-Württemberg and Nordrhein-Westfalen (State Agencies for political education Baden-Württemberg and Nordrhein-Westfalen). In his leisure time he is active in the field of the German-Macedonian exchange.

Main working fields:

  • European Union´s policy of enlargement and integration
  • history and current situation in South-East-Europe (especially successor-states of former Yugoslavia)
  • processes of transformation in the Western Balkans
  • ethics and integrity
  • prevention of corruption
  • integrity management
  • movements of migration in Europe
  • initiation of citizens´ commitment in the area of social work for the youth
  • pedagogical conception and execution of workshops and seminars
  • foreign-language support of the institute´s activities