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Conference: Security Community Building: Bridging the Theory/Policy Divide, Second Belgrade Security Forum, 20-22 September 2012‏


Call for Papers: Security Community Building: Bridging the Theory/Policy Divide, Second Belgrade Security Forum, 20-22 September 2012

Deadline: 15 April 2012

Link: http://www2.belgradeforum.org/about-forum.html



The organizers of the Belgrade Security Forum (www.belgradeforum.org) are pleased to invite security scholars and researchers to submit proposal papers for the second Belgrade Security Forum to be held on September 20-22, 2012.



The Forum is the biggest international security conference in Southeast Europe each year gathering several hundred top level policy and decision makers, NGO leaders, experts, academics and journalists. The overarching topic of this year's Forum will be Coping with the Crisis: Challenges for Security and Democracy. The Belgrade Security Forum is a unified event divided into two portions: an academic event on the first day, and a policy portion encompassing the next two days. The subtopic of the academic event will be “Security Community Building: Bridging the Theory/Policy Divide”. All accepted papers will be presented during the academic portion (September 20) of the Forum. The aim of the academic event is to feed scholarly insights into the policy portion (September 21-22) of the Belgrade Security Forum.



Participants will be selected on the basis of their application. All submissions are required to contain the applicant’s CV (up to 2 pages) attached to his/her paper proposal (up to 400 words). Submissions should be made electronically to office@ccmr-bg.org entitled “Call for paper proposals for BSF 2012”. The applicants should clearly state whether they would like to be considered for accomodation and travel grant. The deadline for submissions is 15 April 2012. Incomplete applications will be excluded from our review. All successful candidates will be contacted by 1 May at the latest. The organizers will financially support travel and accommodation expenses of selected participants on needs basis.






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Gorana Odanovic

Researcher

Belgrade Centre for Security Policy

Gundulićev venac 48, Belgrade

Tel/Fax: +381 (0)11 3287 334; 3287 226

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E-mail: gorana.odanovic@ccmr-bg.org

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