SECO Rule of Law (Sectoral Civil Society Organisation for the Rule of Law) presents a consultative process between the Serbia European Integration Office and civil society organisations in order to define national priorities for IPA financing.
Each SECO is composed of one leading and two contributing partner organisations, with an open invitation to other organisations to join.
The leading organisation in the SECO Rule of Law is the Belgrade Centre for Security Policy, followed by Group 484 and Belgrade Centre for Human Rights.
What are priorities of SECO Rule of Law?
1. Ministry of Interior (MoI)
Monitoring the adoption and implementation of the Community Policing Strategy;
Democratic civilian control of the MoI and its increased transparency;
Monitoring implementation of the Strategy on Protection of Personal Data.
2. Prison and justice system
Monitoring conditions for employees' work; material conditions in the prison facilities, as well as work programmes;
Monitoring strenghtening of judiciary capacities and advancement of judicial practice.
3. Refugees and internally displaced persons, migrations, asylum, and readmission
You can follow results of SECO work on this link.