Katarina Đokić has worked as a researcher in Belgrade Centre for Security Policy since March 2012. She has conducted research on defence integrity and budgeting, parliamentary oversight of the security sector, citizens’ perception of security and NATO. Katarina graduated with a degree in Journalism from Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade in 2009 and obtained her Master’s degree in Political Science at the University of Freiburg in 2011. She is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Quantitative Analysis at the Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade. Katarina also has insight into day-to-day decision-making in IGOs and a member state through internships with Council of Europe and in the German Bundestag.
Partners in conflict prevention and peacebuilding: How the EU, UN and OSCE exchange civilian capabilities in Kosovo, Mali and Armenia
Published: 4 September 2017
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Published: 25 May 2017
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European and international responses to conflict early response
EU conflict prevention and peacebuilding in the Western Balkans and Horn of Africa
Local capacity-building strategies
Lessons identified, lessons learned, and best practices
Dissemination and communication
As well as being one of the leading independent think-tanks in the Western Balkans, BCSP has considerable experience conducting research on gender and security governance, including in relation to peacebuilding.