Center for Security Research Events CSR at the Warsaw EuroAtlantic Summer Academy 2020

CSR at the Warsaw EuroAtlantic Summer Academy 2020

From 3rd to 10th of July, our Head of the Department for law enforcement research Oliver Risteski MA, participed in the Warsaw Euro-Atlantic Summer Academy – WEASA 2020, a program funded by the European Commission and supported by Fundacja Liderzy Przemian, College of Europe in Natolin, German Marshall Fund of the United States and Fulbright Poland. The program covered topics related to the:
– Digital Transatlantic rift
– Social Media moderation, Big Tech & algorithmic radicalisation
– Geolocation and open source investigations – OSINT
– Investigative journalism
– Disinformation
– Election security
– Digital security
– Social media
– Data journalism

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The CSR held a joint workshop with the Hungarian Institute for Strategic and Defense StudiesThe CSR held a joint workshop with the Hungarian Institute for Strategic and Defense Studies

During the first session of the new joint security program between CSR and the Institute for Strategic and Defense Studies under the supervision of the Ministry of Defense of Hungary, we discussed the process of radicalization in the Western Balkans and we outlined a road map towards creating a new and reliable DDRR programs designed specifically to address RFTF issue in Western Balkans, contributing to European and International security.

Meeting with the Kosovar Center for Security StudiesMeeting with the Kosovar Center for Security Studies

During the CSR official visit to KCSS – Kosovar Center for Security Studies in Prishtina, we discussed our new joint DDRR program which was designed specifically to address new security challenges imposed by illegal immigration and FTF to Europe.
The meeting was attended by Dr Aleksandar Nacev – Director of CSR, Mr. Jane Jancheski – Deputy Director of CSR, Mr. Martin Stojanovski – Advisor for external relations in the CSR and Mr. Rabi Sedrak – Advisor for counterterrorism in the CSR.

Online meeting with the “Kosovar Centre for Security Studies”Online meeting with the “Kosovar Centre for Security Studies”

As part of our strategy in building solid relations between the Center for Security Research in Skopje and leading international security research institutions, as well within the CSR framework for international cooperation, today we had a great kick-off meeting with the Kosovar Centre for Security Studies (KCSS), an independent policy research centre founded in April 2008 and based in Prishtina – Kosovo.

In the meeting with the Executive Director of KCSS, Mr. Mentor Vrajolli, we outlined the future scope of work and defined the common areas of cooperation between both organizations. The CSR aims to expand the understanding of international affairs, focusing on inter-relationship between security, conflict, and development, as well to assist governmental institutions in the region in understanding and dealing with modern security challenges through research and analysis.