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.
This book is about the nature of police capacity-building and its specific role in support of the process of reform in police organizations in transition states, particularly those in a post-conflict period.
This protocol between the General Secretariat of Government of Montenegro and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Albania aims, inter alia, to intensify mutual efforts in combating trafficking in persons, information sharing and mutual assistance regarding the identification, referral, protection as well as assisted return of (potential) victims of trafficking.
This report provides an assessment of the Serbian police service's capacity to fight economic crime. The authors addressed a number of recommendations to the Serbian authorities and to other relevant international actors.
This brochure intends to make a distinction between freedom of expression and hate speech, both from a terminology and a legal point of view, as well as to differentiate them from other related concepts, such as defamation and insult.