Belgrade Centre for Security Policy (BCSP)

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2010 - Now

Belgrade Centre for Security Policy (BCSP) is an independent think-tank founded in 1997 and dedicated to advancing security of the citizens and society on the basis of democratic principles and respect for human rights.

In the focus of the BCSP’s interest are all policies aimed at the improvement of human, national, regional, European, and global security.
BCSP supports consolidation of security sector reform and integration of Western Balkan countries into the Euro Atlantic community through:

  • research
  • analysis and policy recommendations
  • advocacy
  • education
  • publishing
  • expert support to reforms, and
  • networking of all relevant actorsSpecifically, BCSP probes into the dynamics and achievements of reform of Serbia’s state apparatus of force, as well as problems of placing this sector under democratic civilian control and oversight.Many of the Centre’s activities are directed at research, and concerned with raising the stakeholders’ awareness of the needs and prospects for integrating Serbia in the processes of regional and global security cooperation.