In this episode, we speak about the think tanks, and their potential to counter the decline of democracy worldwide and nurture inclusive and evidence-based policymaking. Our guest is Sonja Stojanović Gajić, great connoseur of the topic, member of Executive Board of Belgrade Centre for Security Policy (BCBP) and CEP Council member.
This episode coincides with the publishing of annual ranking of top think tanks worldwide by The Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program by the University of Pennsylvania, where both CEP and BCBP regularly find their place. CEP is ranked as the best think tank in the WB, while BCBP is regularly the best think tank on security and defence in the region and beyond.
Recommendations for further reading:
Enrique Mendizabal, Reclaiming the think tank space in 2020s onthinktanks.org/articles/reclaim…ce-in-the-2020s/
Isidora Stakić, BCBP, Threats and Pressures Faced by Activists and Independent Journalists in Serbia bezbednost.org/All-publications/…es-Faced-by.shtml
Isidora Stakić, BCBP, Kriminalizacija solidarnosti: Obračun sa aktivizmom Združene akcije „Krov nad glavom“
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