BALKANS ─ Simultaneous presentations of citizens’ perceptions of police will be organized in capitals across the Western Balkans on September 14, 2017.
A regional network of civil society organizations POINTPULSE invites you to the presentations of results from the third annual public opinion survey “The Citizen’s Opinion of the Police Force”, which will take place on Thursday, 14 September, starting at 11:00. The aim of the events is to encourage discussion on challenges regarding police integrity in the Western Balkans.
Answers to the following issues will be discussed:
- How much do the citizens trust the police?
- How do citizens perceive police, but also policewomen and policemen?
- How much corruption there is within the police and how to fight it?
- How can civil society organizations help with the improvement of police integrity?
The perceptions of the citizens in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro, Kosovo, and Serbia will be simultaneously presented and compared.
- Skopje, Macedonia − Public Room, 50 Divizija 22;
- Belgrade, Serbia − Media Centre, II floor, Terazije 3;
- Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina − Hotel Europe, Vladislava Skarića 5;
- Podgorica, Montenegro − PR Centar, Josipa Broza Tita 23a;
- Tirana, Albania − Hotel Rogner, Bulevardi Dëshmorët e Kombit;
- Pristina, Kosovo − KCSS Office, Sylejman Vokshi, Block B, Entry 2/1.
Research finding shall be presented by:
- Skopje, Macedonia − Analytica;
- Belgrade, Serbia − Belgrade Centre for Security Policy;
- Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina − Centre for Security Studies;
- Podgorica, Montenegro − Institute Alternative;
- Tirana, Albania − Institute for Democracy and Mediation;
- Pristina, Kosovo − Kosovar Centre for Security Studies.
The discussion will be conducted in Albanian, Bosnian, Macedonian, Montenegrin and Serbian. Simultaneous translation to English will be provided.
Due to a limited number of seats, please confirm your presence until Wednesday 13th September 2017 via email: