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    • Whose Security, Whose Rights? - Professional Conference on Security Sector Reform – Zira Hotel

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    • Date: 06 December 2012
      Priorities for new security policy and next generation of reform in security sector of Serbia are topics of professional conference which Belgrade Centre for Security Policy will organise on 6-7 December 2012 in Zira Hotel in Belgrade.

      The conference “Whose Security, Whose Rights?” aims to gather at one place the most relevant former and current political and professional decision-makers on security matters, as well as key independent opinion-makers from political parties, civil society, media and academia so to provide the key platform for debate within Serbian security policy community on the SSR and security policy.

      Moreover, the external perspective of key dilemmas of Serbian security policy will be presented in a special panel aiming to link in-the-country discussions with foreign policy of other interested stakeholders.

      The conference is organised by the BCSP as a part of celebration of its 15th anniversary. The key challenges to be discussed are selected based on research that the BCSP has carried out accessing the accountability of Serbian security sector in two cycles (2006-2009) and (2010-2012).

      The goal of this event is also to provoke a debate on lessons learned from the last twelve years of security sector reform since the fall of Milosevic’s regime, especially from all the crises that were following this difficult process (troubles in South Serbia, 12 March assassination of Djindjic, disputes with Pristina etc.) This is also opportunity to look to the future and discuss the priorities for the second generation of SSR and new national security policy. Since the conference coincides with the first 100 days of the new Serbian government its goal also is to try to develop specific short-term recommendations for the new decision-makers.

      To confirm your interest, please contact at your earliest convenience djordje.popovic@bezbednost.org

      Upon your confirmation, we will be happy to send you more details on speakers and practical arrangements for participation.

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