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    • Presentation of the Guidebook on Cooperation in Home Affairs in the EU

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    • Date: 23 November 2016

      Belgrade Centre for Security Policy (BCSP), in cooperation with the Center for Civil Society Development - PROTECTA, is organizing a presentation of the publication "Guidebook through Cooperation in Home Affairs in the European Union", which is to be held on 23 November at 12 am in the EU info corner in Nis.

      The aim of the meeting is to inform the interested public about the activities in the process of negotiations on Serbia's membership in the EU and to encourage wider participation in this process through a better understanding of the issues and the pace of reforms that await Serbia in the field of police cooperation.

      The speakers will be:

      • Milan Stefanovic, executive director of Center for Civil Society Development - PROTECTA
      • Andrej Stefanovic, Belgrade Centre for Security Policy
      • Bojan Elek, Belgrade Center for Security Policy
      • Andrej Petrovski, SHARE Foundation

      Police cooperation is one of the fastest growing areas of cooperation within the European Union and one which importance is growing in light of interconnected security challenges, such as migration, terrorism, organized and cyber criminal. In the context of the accession negotiations with the EU, this question lies within the area of ​​freedom, justice and security (Chapter 24), and Serbia has committed to align its legal framework to introduce European best practices in the coming period.

      However, the policy of cooperation in the field of internal affairs is the least known, even among experts in EU law and policy, as it has long been practiced outside of the institutional framework, through direct cooperation of Member States and without the supervision of the common institutions. In addition, there are almost no publications on the topic of police cooperation in Serbian, and the methods and impact of cooperation are not covered discussed enough in public. Therefore, this guide provides a user-friendly and reliable source of information on the policies of police cooperation within the EU. Our goal is to bring the readers closer to the dynamics, key topics and interests specific to this area of ​​cooperation.

      Due to the limited number of guests, please RSVP by email to centar@protecta.org.rs no later than November 22 to 15h.

      For additional questions regarding the gathering, contact Milan Stefanovic, by e-mail (centar@protecta.org.rs) or telephone number (018/522 788).

      Related topics:police, police cooperation, eu, guide
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