27 Jun 2022
Field coordinator for Serbia and Montenegro, Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime
Sasa Djordjevic joined the Global initiative against transnational organized crime in September 2020. He is researching organized crime and corruption in the Western Balkans and supports the GI-TOC activities in Serbia and Montenegro. Previously, Sasa worked for almost 12 years as a researcher at the Serbian-based think-tank Belgrade centre for security policy covering police reform, community policing, and hooliganism. In 2019, Sasa enrolled PhD studies at the Faculty of criminal justice and security in Slovenia. He has strong a strong academic background in political science – graduated international affairs and later European studies at the Faculty of political sciences in Belgrade. Sasa has experience in civil society networking and conducting training.
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