LATINICA
ЋИРИЛИЦА
 
 
 
“Serving the transformation of Serbia”
 
 

Mission Statement:

ISAC promotes and serves the transformation of Serbia towards EU and Euro-Atlantic membership by addressing the challenges facing the country and the region, influencing policy and decision-making through research, policy proposals, political analysis and forecasts, and specialist education, with the ultimate aim of attaining a more prosperous future for the present and coming generations.

 
 
 
COURSES
 
CONFERENCES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS  
GUIDES  
MONITORING RUSSIA - SERBIA RELATIONS  
SECURITY SECTOR REFORM SCHOOLS  
SEMINARS  
YOUTH EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS  
Eukonvent


ISAC Fund is a member of the following professional networks:

ISN / International Relations and Security Network
The Partnership for Peace Consortium (PfPC) of Defense Academies and Security Studies Institutes
 
 

ISAC Fund marks its 5th Anniversary

February 1st 2011 marks the 5th successful year since the founding of the International and Security Affairs Centre and its dedication to serving the transformation of Serbia on its way to European and Euro-Atlantic integration.

Through targeted training seminars, educational workshops, and a variety of programs aimed at raising of public awareness, ISAC has been, over the course of the past 5 years, successfully stimulating expert and public policy debates on a range of topics in the areas of EU and Euro-Atlantic integration, advocating democratic and transparent socio-political changes, and educating wide audiences about the issues and policies in these arenas.

Since its foundation in 2006, the ISAC Fund had the opportunity to implement more than 30 projects, with the involvement of over 750 direct participants and several thousand of those who benefited from free access to ISAC's publications, research work and analyses. Among the most notable projects, which have come to be considered as ISAC Fund's trademarks, were:

  • Publishing, printing and distribution of 8 publications within the Guides edition on Serbia's perspectives towards EU and Euro-Atlantic integration processes;
  • Security Sector Reform Schools, specialized educational initiatives aimed at transferring knowledge and expertise in the specific areas of the security sector reform processes to practitioners;
  • Monitoring Russia-Serbia Relations, which resulted in producing an in-house research and compendia with numerous analysis, reports, and policy perspectives on this pertinent topic;
  • Youth educational programs, such as Meet Europe in…and Find out what is NATO projects, aimed at providing high-school students with the learning opportunities and first hand experience about EU countries, their educational and values system and the functioning of the EU and Euro-Atlantic structures through carefully organised visits abroad;
  • Professional seminars and interactive panel discussions on the security policies of the EU and the Western Balkan region, including, but not limited to, seminars on ESDP (CSDP);
  • Administration of the regional Law of Armed Conflict course in cooperation with the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Serbia and Government of the Netherlands.

The increased intricacy of the political, social, economic and security situation in Serbia as the country comes closer to the EU and Euro-Atlantic structures indicates that the demand for new, policy-relevant ideas, strategies and approaches will only grow. Accordingly, the ISAC Fund will continue meeting the related challenges by providing space for open discussions, the relevant knowledge for informed decision-making and the means of regularly developing and improving policy strategies and appropriate advocacy approaches.

The ISAC Fund and its team would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our donors and partners for their recognition of ISAC's mission and for their invaluable support, cooperation, and participation in our work.

31 Jan 2011


 
 
Notice, 28 Nov 2016
The conclusions of the 2nd CFSP Conference "The European Union's Global Strategy on Foreign and Security Policy and the Western Balkans", 04 Oct 2016
New compilation of policy paper recommendations - Young leaders training 2015/2016, 15 Sep 2016
Conference "The European Union's Global Strategy on Foreign and Security Policy and the Western Balkans", 13 Jul 2016
Follow us on social networks!, 11 Jul 2016
Meeting of the Young Leaders with the State Secretary of the Ministry of the Interior, 07 Jun 2016
The European Union's Global Strategy on Foreign and Security Policy and the Western Balkans , 27 May 2016
Second annual analysis of Serbia's alignment with declarations, positions and measures of the EU, 08 Feb 2016
Guide to the World Trade Organization, 09 Dec 2015
Conference - Accession of Serbia to the World Trade Organization and the Start of Negotiations with the European Union. , 07 Dec 2015
ISAC's CFSP Policy Opinion/2, 09 Nov 2015
Young Leaders Training in Security Policy , 30 Oct 2015
ISAC's CFSP Policy Opinion, 06 Oct 2015
Young Leaders Training in Security Policy, 23 Jul 2015
New policy study: Serbian-Romanian Relations and the Status of the Vlach Minority in Serbia, 15 Jul 2015
#CFSPSerbia Conference Conclusions, 10 Jul 2015
Ukrainian crisis - Views from Ukraine, Germany and Serbia, 26 May 2015
ISAC Hosts the "CFSP and Serbian Accession to the European Union" Conference, 20 May 2015
Promotion of "Guide to Chapter 31 - Foreign and Security Policy", 12 May 2015
ISAC on social networks, 26 Apr 2015
   
  Archive
  2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
 
         
   
     
Hit Counter