Is Serbia Working on Fulfilling Conditions from Chapters 23 and 24?

Coalition prEUgovor will present its newest report on Serbia’s progress in implementation of policies in the area of judiciary and fundamental rights (Chapter 23) and justice, freedom and security (Chapter 24) at the conference that will be held on October 25, from 11 am, in the Media Center in Belgrade.

Besides key recommendations for progress in Chapters 23 and 24 of EU accession negotiations, speakers will analyse the implementation of the Law on Prevention of Domestic Violence, the newly adopted Strategy for Prevention and Suppression of Trafficking in Humans, the current state of play regarding migration, and the civilian and democratic control of security sector.

Speakers at the conference will be:

  • Milan Aleksić, Centre for Applied European Studies

  • Vanja Macanović, Autonomous Women’s Centre

  • Ivana Radović, ASTRA - Anti Trafficking Action

  • Katarina Đokić, Belgrade Centre for Security Policy

  • Gordana Grujičić, Group 484 

Simultaneous translation into English will be provided. Please confirm your attendance no later than October 24, by e-mail to the address [email protected] or by phone 011/3287-226. 

Coalition prEUgovor is a network of civil society organisations formed in order to monitor the implementation of policies relating to the accession negotiations between Serbia and the EU, with an emphasis on Chapters 23 and 24 of the Acquis. In doing so, the coalition aims to use the EU integration process to help accomplish substantial progress in the further democratisation of the Serbian society.

Members of the coalition are: ASTRA - Anti Trafficking Action, Autonomous Women’s Center (AWC), Belgrade Centre for Security Policy (BCSP), Center for Investigative Journalism in Serbia (CINS), Center for Applied European Studies (CPES), Group 484 and Transparency Serbia (TS).

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The conference is a part of the project "prEUgovor Policy Watch: Monitoring Reforms in Chapters 23 and 24", funded by the European Union. The event is also supported by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, within the MATRA program.