CEP & SECURITY 

Centre for European Perspective understands peace and security as one of the main prerequisites for development, democracy and rule of law. Our work covers: law enforcement capacity building (assistance to the Western Balkan and other countries in strenghtening rule of law, security and law enforcement institutions; financial investigations; fight against organized crime, corruption, human trafficking; prevention of terrorism) and civilian crisis management (crisis prevention, crisis management, peace building, peace keeping and post-conflict reconstruction).

 

ANNOUNCEMENT: Development Cooperation between Slovenia and Macedonia

After we successfully involved the State Prosecutor General of the Republic of Macedonia in Slovenia’s Development Cooperation with the Republic of Macedonia, an intersectoral workshop will take place in Bitola on 15 – 17 May 2018. The aim of the workshop is to...
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(In)effective Planning Capacity of CSDP Mission: Comparative Analysis of EULEX Kosovo and EUFOR Althea

In the framework of the "IECEU - Improving Effectiveness of Capabilities in EU Conflict Prevention" project a new article has been published by CEP's project manager Ivana Boštjančič Pulko. The paper "(In)effective Planning Capacity of CSDP Mission: Comparative...
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Strengthening development cooperation of the State Prosecutor Generals of Slovenia and Macedonia

On 5 – 6 April 2018 we paid a visit to the State Prosecutor General of the Republic of Macedonia Mr Ljubomir Joveski under the framework of Slovenia’s Development Cooperation. From Slovenia, working visit was attended by Mr Drago Šketa, the State Prosecutor General of...
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Law Enforcement Training for Capacity Building project

Within the framework of the Internal Security Fund of the European Union, the Italian Carabinieri is leading a training initiative called “Law Enforcement Training for Capacity Building project” – LET4CAP. Member of the consortium are also the Centre for European...
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ANNOUNCEMENT: Meeting of the State Prosecutor Generals of Slovenia and Macedonia in the Framework of Development Cooperation

In the framework of Slovenia’s Development Cooperation with the Republic of Macedonia and the project “Support to Macedonia in accession to the EU in the Chapter 24 – financial investigations” a meeting with the State Prosecutor General of the Republic of Macedonia Mr...
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Concluding activities of the WOSCAP & IECEU in Brussels

On November 8th, over a hundred participants attended the final joint conference of two Horizon 2020 research projects, WOSCAP & IECEU, at the Scotland House in Brussels, which was organised by the Centre for European Perspective (CEP) in cooperation with ESSEC...
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CEP organised ToT course in Prishtina

Training of Trainer (ToT), organised by the Centre for European Perspective between 29 November and 1 December in Prishtina, Kosovo, is an important feature of civilian crisis management missions due to constant rotation of staff, the challenging environment in which...
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Conference on Improving EU Peacebuilding and Conflict Prevention

On November 8th, over a hundred participants will attend the conference ‘Effectiveness and Inclusivity of EU Peacebuilding and Conflict Prevention’ at the Scotland House in Brussels. During the conference, policy makers, academics and civil society practitioners will...
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Experts from the Bank of Slovenia advise colleagues from Montenegro

Three experts from the Bank of Slovenia hold a two-day workshop and advise colleagues from the Central Bank of Montenegro in Podgorica on how to harmonize the area of banking supervision and regulation with the requirements of the EU acquis. In the accession...
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CEP at the Belgrade Security Forum

CEP representative Ivana Boštjančič Pulko joined Belgrade Security Forum, titled “Building a Common Future in the Age of Uncertainty”, held in Belgrade between October 11th and 13th, where more than 100 speakers have joined in various sessions, plenary panels, round...
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