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).

 

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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CEP provides assistance to Central bank of Montenegro

In the framework of the project “Assistance to Montenegro in negotiations on accession to the EU-2016” CEP provides technical assistance to the Central bank of Montenegro. Two-day advisory workshop (17–18 October 2017) will be carried out in Podgorica by Slovenian...
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Final Conference “Effectiveness and Inclusivity of EU Peacebuilding and Conflict Prevention”

IECEU (Improving the Effectiveness of Capabilities in EU Conflict Prevention) and WOSCAP (Whole of Society Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding) are together organizing their Final Conference "Effectiveness and Inclusivity of EU Peacebuilding and Conflict Prevention"...
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Slovenia’s support discussed with Minister of Interior of the Republic of Macedonia Spasovski

On the margins of the International Development Cooperation of the Republic of Slovenia within the framework of support to the Republic of Macedonia, on 29 June 2017 the Minister of Interior of the Republic of Macedonia Oliver Spasovski received a Slovenian delegation...
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Successful exchange of experiences of Macedonia and Slovenia in financial investigations

In the period from 26 to 29 June 2017, the first phase of the capacity building process in the field of financial investigations and confiscation of unlawful proceeds and property of unlawful origin took place in Macedonia. The two-day workshop was attended by 15...
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Macedonia supported by Slovenia in financial investigations

Macedonia will receive support for the accession to the EU in the Chapter 24 in the framework of the programme of Slovenia’s Development Cooperation and the focus of this support will in next two years (2017-2018) be to build capacities in the area of financial...
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The EU needs a continent of pooling and sharing for its security – not only little islands

The analyses of the effectiveness of Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) – crisis management operations, implemented by the IECEU-project, also researched the current initiatives of pooling and sharing of capabilities (P&S) and how it is perceived at mission...
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CEP is hosting a Partner Meeting of the ENTRi Consortium

ENTRi is a unique capacity building programme that was initiated in early 2011. Currently the project is in its third cycle, lasting until 2019. The main focus lies on the preparation and training of civilians that are either going to, or already working in, crisis...
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CEP among the mentioned contributors to EU’s civilian missions training

Last week the European External Action Service (EEAS) published the Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) Annual Report that provides an overview on how CSDP operations and missions are operating related to the priorities they are focused on. An important aspect...
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