BCSP researchers Maja Bjelos and Bojan Elek in this paper analyse the implementation of the Agreement reached in Brussels in April 2013, focusing on the key part of the Agreement which explicitly stated that local Serbian Ministry of Internal Affairs (MUP) units would be disbanded and integrated ...
Police corruption at the Serbian Border Police is assessed in the new analysis of the BCSP researcher Sasa Djordjevic. At the beginning of analysis, the attitudes of citizens and police on corruption in the border police are represented, and after, the risks and forms of corruption.
Psychological support for police officers, fight against organised crime, and human rights and police are topics analyzed by authors in ninth edition of the Collection. This publication is published by Belgrade Centre for Security Policy (BCSP), Belgrade Centre for Human Rights (BCHR) and Centre ...
Creating the Association of Serbian Municipalities and persistent potential for inter-ethnic conflict in Kosovo are some of the topics analyzed in the paper published by Belgrade Centre for Security Policy, Democracy for Development Institute, Central European Policy Institute and Polish Institute ...
The main achievements and weaknesses in development and implementation of (national) action plans for implementation of UNSCR 1325 in the region are the topics of this indipendent review of translation of UNSCR 1325 into policy in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia and Serbia.
The year 2010 was marked, both in Serbia and around the world, by numerous activities organised to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the adoption of the UN Security Council's Resolution 1325 - Women, Peace and Security.
Being aware of the necessity of a continuous dialogue and exchange of information between the security community and the community dealing with gender-related issues, this issue of our magazine in 2011 serves as a further encouragement for discussions on these topics.
This issue of journal includes eight articles written by domestic and foreign authors, organized around several areas of research:
GENDER MAINSTREAMING IN SECURITY SECTOR
Zorana Antonijević, THE PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN IN SECURITY SECTOR - THE FEMINIST CONCEPT
Elona Dhembo, GENDER MAINSTREAMING IN SECURITY SECTOR THROUGH EDUCATION: THE CASE OF ALBANIAN POLICE ACADEMY CURRICULUM
GENDER IDENTITIES IN SECURITY VOCATIONS
Danijela Spasić, POLICE CULTURE AND GENDER IDENTITY
Lejla Hadžiahmić, WOMEN-COMBATANTS IN DEFENSE OF SARAJEVO: AGENTS OR VICTIMS
Svenka Savić, SUGGESTIONS FOR USING GENDER SENSITIVE LANGUAGE IN THE ARMED FORCES: WOMEN AND MILITARY RANKS
WOMEN IN SECURITY SECTOR
Mentor Vrajolli, GENDER REPRESENTATION IN THE KOSOVO SECURITY SECTOR
Cristina Radoi, WOMEN’S ROLE IN RECONSTRUCTING PEACE AND SECURITY
IMPLEMENTATION OF UNSC RESOLUTION 1325
Biljana Stojković, INDICATORS FOR IDENTIFICATION OF WOMEN’S STATUS IN THE SECURITY SECTOR OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA