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        • Road safety in Serbia: a priority or a neglected area?
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          • Autor: Ana Aćimov
          • Road safety in Serbia: a priority or a neglected area?

          • The case study applies "PRO-CURE" methodology to analyse performance of expenditures for equipping the traffic police at the local level. The author particularly questions the difference between the proclaimed strategic priorities of the Ministry of Interior and its annual procurement plans, as ...

        • Why doesn’t hail protection in Serbia work?
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          • Autor: Miroslav Mijatović
          • Why doesn’t hail protection in Serbia work?

          • Applying the "PRO-CURE" methodology for assessing the procurement expediency, Miroslav Mijatovic of Podrinjski Anti-Corruption Tim Loznica, conducted a study on the procurement of anti-hail rockets in Loznica in 2014 and 2015. In this study the author has also provided an overview of the overall ...

        • The Citizen’s Opinion of Police Force in Serbia
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          • Autor: Aurelija Djan
          • The Citizen’s Opinion of Police Force in Serbia

          • BCSP Researcher Aurelija Djan in work study summarizes the key findings of a of a public opinion survey of the police force conducted in Serbia.Slightly more than half the population stated that they trust the police in Serbia while 3 of 4 of citizens believe that corruption in the police is ...

        Road safety in Serbia: a priority or a neglected area?Why doesn’t hail protection in Serbia work?Russia as a treat to EU and obstacle to Serbian accession to EUThe Citizen’s Opinion of Police Force in Serbia
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        • 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

           

        • Tags: gender, Security, SSR, gender and security, women, Security of Western Balkan, Security sector, gender equality, police, NAP, feminism
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