Ogy arrived in Australia when he was eleven years old as a refugee after a civil war erupted in his hometown of Sarajevo.
As a trained lawyer and a long-standing social justice campaigner, he has worked tirelessly to promote a society with acceptance of human rights at its core.
As a Port Phillip councillor, he works to promote ecologically sustainable development that respects the unique urban environment. Ogy loves living in Albert Park and being a member of such a welcoming community.
Ogy believes that local communities thrive when people have a chance to participate in decisions that affect them.