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The Centre for Security Studies, Belgrade, and the Aleksanteri Institute of the University of Helsinki organised the International Conference “Human Security”, which was held on 13 December at Aero Club, 4 Uzun Mirkova St., Belgrade. The conference was the final part of the Aleksanteri Institute’s project “The Environment and Security in the Western Balkans: The Risks and Opportunities Through Co-operation”, supported by the Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (more details at: www.helsinki.fi/aleksanteri/english/projects/balkan.htm).

The conference was opened and addressed by H.E. Mr. Pekka Orpana, Ambassador of Finland to Serbia on the behalf of the Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Ivica Dačić, Serbian Deputy Prime Minister, Prof. Dragan Simeunović, Faculty of Political Science, University of Belgrade and Mr. Dušan Janjić, Institute of Social Sciences in Belgrade. The recommendations based on results of the research project was presented by Professor Markku Kivinen, Director of Aleksanteri Institute.

The conference gathered representatives of Serbian Government and its agencies, experts and academics to discuss the results of research on the role of the environment in questions of regional stability and security in the context of local, regional and international co-operation established to ease these problems. The underlying assumption of the research project is that the link between the environment and security can generate both risks and co-operation in the Western Balkans.

Conference Programme.pdf