Bujar Taho holds a Jurist degree from the University of Tirana (Albania) as well as an LL.M degree in International and Comparative Law from the University of Pittsburgh (USA), where he studied as a Fulbright scholar. During 2003-2005, Bujar served as a United Nations Volunteer and worked as a training expert and local team leader on strategic planning, local development and good governance. From late 2007, Bujar has been working as legal counselor, university lecturer in public international law, and soon after as project manager of several United Nations Development Program (UNDP) interventions in the areas of good governance and social inclusion of Romani population in his home country, Albania.
Bujar’s research interests are mainly related to Human Dignity in Constitutional Adjudication, European Affairs, as well as Minority Rights and Diversity Governance. His doctoral research at the S.J.D. Comparative Constitutional Law program at CEU focuses on the usefulness of human dignity in interpretation of equal citizenship rights of Romani population and governance of cultural diversity in Europe.