Natasha Gaber-Damjanovska is a Constitutional Court justice in Macedonia. Prominently, she was the primary drafter of the country’s 1998 Law on Associations and Foundations.
Dr. Gaber-Damjanovska holds a Masters degree in Legal and Political Science and a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University St. Cyril and Methodius in Skopje. She also serves as the President of the Board of Macedonian Center for International Cooperation (NGO) and has taught several courses on election systems, civil society legal framework, women in politics, and globalization and world politics. She has participated in many domestic seminars and workshops, commenting on and emphasizing the cooperation between the civic sector and businesses, and raising corporate responsibility awareness especially from the business side. She also serves as a visiting professor at the Faculty of Law, tackling the domestic legal environment regarding the civic sector and its repercussions on the economy, and looking at the possibility of introducing legal change for tax and other benefits for the civic organizations.
She has continued her engagement in NGO legal issues and is considered the foremost NGO legal expert in Macedonia.