Venue: Hotel Podgorica, Svetlane Kane Radević 1, Podgorica
Time: Wednesday, 7 September from 10:00
Regional network of civil society organizations POINTPULSE is organizing a panel discussion “Police reform in the context of EU integration of the Western Balkans ” that will be held on Wednesday, 7 September from 10:00 in the Hotel Podgorica, (address: Svetlane Kane Radević Street, no 1, in Podgorica.
The discussion will be held in Montenegrin, Serbian, Bosnian and English language. Simultaneous translation will be provided.
These questions will be address at the event:
- What are expected benefits for the citizens from the application of police reform in the context of EU integration process?
- What are the good results in the police reform so far in the region?
- What are main challenges in developing democratic and accountable police?
- What should be the priorities of the police reform process in the region?
- Andreja Bogdanovski from Analytica, Skopje;
- Bojan Elek from Belgrade Centre for Security Policy (BCSP), Belgrade;
- Sanjin Hamidičević from Centre for Security Studies (CSS), Sarajevo;
- Dina Bajramspahić from Institute Alternative, Podgorica;
- Besjana Kuci from Institute for Democracy and Mediation (IDM), Tirana;
- Plator Avdiu from Kosovar Centre for Security Studies (KCSS), Pristine.
Moderator: Milena Milošević, public policy researcher, Institute Alternative.
This event is a part of the “Western Balkans Pulse for Police Integrity and Trust – POINTPULSE” project supported by the European Union through Civil Society Facility programme.