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    Ina Vukic’s Journey: A Tale of Humanitarianism and Advocacy

    Sara Skoda got to interview Ina Vukic, humanitarian and advocate, from Sydney, Australia, for a Croatians Online podcast episode.

    Ina’s  story is a testament to the profound impact an individual can make through tireless dedication to humanitarian causes, advocacy for justice, and a commitment to academic pursuit.

    Since the early 1990s, Ina has been a formidable force in the realm of humanitarian aid, focusing particularly on the victims of war in Croatia.  Ina dedicated herself to alleviating the plight of war orphans and other affected individuals. Her efforts extended beyond mere sympathy to active engagement in fundraising and lobbying for international recognition of Croatian independence. In recognition of her unwavering commitment, Ina was honored with two prestigious Medals of Honour by the first president, Franjo Tudman, of the Republic of Croatia in 1995.

    In addition to her humanitarian efforts and advocacy, Ina’s academic achievements are equally impressive. She holds two graduate and one post-graduate university degrees, specializing in behavior, clinical and political psychology, and management.  

    Ina’s remarkable achievements underscores the enduring significance of her contributions to humanitarian causes and the pursuit of justice.

    To learn more about Ina, and her past and current work, you can browse her website at inavukic.com


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