Panel: “Denied security”, the Belgrade Center for Security Policy

24.12.2014. | 14:00

The Belgrade Centre for Security Policy, in cooperation with the Center for Cultural Decontamination is organizing a panel discussion

“Denied security”

December 24th, 2014, starting at 14:00

Miroslav Hadzic’s book “Denied security” opens a discussion on the situation in the security sector in Serbia.

The discussion will cover the following issues:

– How safe are the citizens of Serbia? Do our state institutions deny our security?

– Is political leadership necessary for security sector reform? What are the boundaries of action by politicians and where is their incentive needed?

– Is security sector reform possible without clear strategic orientation? What does Serbian neutrality mean?  What would be the measures of success of the reform?

Panel speakers:

Saša Janković, Ombudsman

Momir Stojanović, President of the Parliamentary Committee for the Control of Security Services

Bogoljub Milosavljević, professor at the Law School of Union University

Miroslav Hadžić, President of the Board of Directors of the Belgrade Centre for Security Policy

Moderator: Vlada Milić, a deputy director and editor PG Network

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