Saska Cvetkovska has worked as a journalist for hard-hitting TV news shows in Macedonia.
She specialises in the coverage of domestic and EU affairs.
She studied literature and journalism at university. Her fellowship story looks at why many young Macedonians are migrating abroad to find work.
Governing parties in Macedonia stand accused of reserving desirable public sector jobs for their supporters, driving frustrated youth abroad.
Growing up in the former Yugoslavia, my friends and I dreamt of becoming firefighters, police officers and doctors. The world seemed as vast as our ambitions. Our parents had jobs. Though we did not know it at the time, this was the era of late socialism.