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The European Court of Human Rights found that the processing of biometric data of protesters is intrusive and disproportionate to the purpose

The European Court of Human Rights found that the processing of biometric data of protesters is intrusive and disproportionate to the purpose

In Chamber judgment from July 4th, 2023, in the case of Glukhin v. Russia (application no. 11519/20) the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) held, unanimously, that there had been a violation of Art...

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State Led AI and Biometric Surveillance Initiatives in a Captured State - How Serbia’s Draft Law on Internal Affairs (2021/2022) will Impact Civil Society and Serbia’s Path Toward Democracy

State Led AI and Biometric Surveillance Initiatives in a Captured State - How Serbia’s Draft Law on Internal Affairs (2021/2022) will Impact Civil Society and Serbia’s Path Toward Democracy

Prepared for: Partners for Democratic Change SerbiaAuthor:Emily Ann WrightYear: May 17, 2023Julien J. Studley Graduate Program in International Affairs The New School...

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A Training for CSOs on Responsible Use of Artificial Intelligence Held in April in an Effort to Present The Risks of Data Processing Projects Using AI Systems

A Training for CSOs on Responsible Use of Artificial Intelligence Held in April in an Effort to Present The Risks of Data Processing Projects Using AI Systems

As part of their Greater Internet Freedom Project, Partners Serbia held their Privacy and Artificial Intelligence (AI) training, intended for representatives of civil society organizations. The traini...

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The Suvery

The Suvery "Cooperation of civil society organizations with decision makers"

Partners Serbia organized the National dialog on Wednesday, April 5th  "The presentation of the draft Report and Recommendations for enhancing the cooperation between civil society organizations...

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Students of journalism and communication studies from the faculties of Niš, Novi Sad and Belgrade produced 12 investigative stories

Students of journalism and communication studies from the faculties of Niš, Novi Sad and Belgrade produced 12 investigative stories

The third cycle of the support program for journalism and communication students has been successfully completed with the production of 12 investigative stories. In the period from October 2022 to Ma...

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Privacy Week 2023

Privacy Week 2023

Partners Serbia are organizing their annual conference “Privacy Week” to mark Data Protection Day (28 January)   Privacy Week represents an annual event established in 2021, 10 years after Part...

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HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

Please be informed that our office will be closed for New Year holiday as follows: – Closing date: from Monday (Jan 1) to Monday (Jan 9, 2023) – Re-opening date: Monday (Jan 9, 2023) &nbs...

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Personal Data Protection in the Security Sector – Addressing the gaps of the Law on Personal Data Protection

Personal Data Protection in the Security Sector – Addressing the gaps of the Law on Personal Data Protection

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The Analysis of the State of Transparency and Openness of Judicial  Authorities - Summary and recommendations

The Analysis of the State of Transparency and Openness of Judicial Authorities - Summary and recommendations

Author: Kristina Kalajdžić, Partneri SrbijaPublisher:Partneri SrbijaFor publisher:Ana Toskić CvetinovićDesign:Dosije studioBelgrade, August 2022This publication was funded by the State Department...

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The Analysis of the State of Transparency and Openness  of Judicial Authorities

The Analysis of the State of Transparency and Openness of Judicial Authorities

Author:Kristina KalajdžićResearch collaborators:Aleksandar StankovAna Toskić CvetinovićDamjan MileusnićMilica TošićPublisher:Partneri SrbijaFor publisher:Ana Toskić CvetinovićDesign:Dosije studioThis...

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