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  • Crime victims: International and Serbian perspective

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    This book describes common reactions and needs of victims, and points to the ways in which the society can improve its collective support to crime victims and provides a background discussion of the increased focus on victims’ needs that has occurred in recent years in many countries, especially in Sweden but also in Serbia.

  • Joint report by UNICEF, UNOHCHR and OSCE-ODHIR on Trafficking in Human Beings in South Eastern Europe (2003)

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    This report is a 2003 update on Situation and Responses to Trafficking in Human Beings in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro including the UN Administered Province of Kosovo, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Moldova and Romania.

  • Youth and Hooliganism in Sports Events

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    This new OSCE-publication covers the problem of youth and football violence in Serbia. It's making was supported by the Police Academy and the Interior Ministry of Serbia. It is based on a survey conducted in 25 secondary schools throughout Serbia on a sample of 3662 pupils. The survey addressed issues of football hooliganism, awareness of young people, involvement in fan groups, delinquent behaviour, alcohol and drugs abuse, and linkages to racism.

  • CoE and OSCE Joint Final Report on Police Accountability in Serbia

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    CoE and OSCE representatives visited Serbia in April 2002. They were tasked to produce a joint report with recommendations and an implementation strategy to improve police internal and external accountability.

  • Collection of policy papers on police reform in Serbia, Number 9

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    This collection contains three policy studies on police reform issues: on psychological support to police officers, human rights in police education and organized crime, produced by Belgrade-based civil society researchers, supported by the OSCE Mission in Serbia