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Aleksandra Bulatović

Aleksandra Bulatović is the Teaching Coordinator at the Serbian Association of Philosophical Practitioners and Research Fellow at the Serbian Institute of Criminology. Her primary academic expertise is in the theories of human rights and the relationship between philosophical practice and collective well-being. She has also worked on applied ethics, especially on the development of ethics for the security sector, and has co-authored, with Aleksandar Fatić and Srđan Korać, a book on 'Ethics of Criminal Intelligence'.

She teaches social ethics and human rights within SPPA and the Ethics Study Group, based in Belgrade, and helps direct the combined programme in applied philosophy for advanced undergraduate students and public servants, focusing on public sector ethics. She is currently working as part of the SPPA team which designs a new sequence of university courses on 'Mindedness and the Good Life', which focuses on inter-relating themes from ancient ethics to those of modern applied ethics specifically geared to 3rd year undergraduate and Masters' students.