Greater Europeanization in the defense sector is necessary for cost-saving initiatives like NATO’s Smart Defense and the European Union’s Pooling & Sharing to work, says Marko Savković of the Belgrade Center for Security Policy.
An increasing number of people in the Western Balkans turn to independent state institutions for protection from members of the security sector who abuse their powers, according to panelists at an April 17 conference organized by the Belgrade Center for Security Policy.
The Belgrade Center for Security Policy will hold a panel discussion on the protection of whistleblowers in the national security sector. It will be the opening discussion for the second day of the international conference “Protection of Whistleblowers.”
NGOs need to improve how to they communicate with governments if they want policymakers to prioritize gender equality issues, according to governmental representatives who attended the Regional Dialogue on Gender and Security, an April 25-26 conference organized by the Belgrade Center for Security Policy, the Center for Research and Policy Making, and the Institute for Democracy and Mediation.
Three PASOS members are helping to organize a regional conference on gender and security in the Western Balkans that will be held in Macedonia April 25-26.
The organizers of the Belgrade Security Forum (BSF) are inviting scholars and researchers to submit their proposal papers for the academic portion of the third BSF to be held on 19-21 September 2013. Deadline to apply is 1 May.
The seventh edition of this Belgrade Centre for Security Policy series focuses on controlling police corruption and the consequences of such corruption on society.