The sixth workshop within the project “Transitions in the Western Balkans – From Conflict Zone to Security Community?” was held in Sarajevo on 15th and 16th of November 2012.

The project under the auspices of the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI) aims to enhance regional cooperation and exchange knowledge between researchers from different countries in the region, as well as to strengthen through activities capacity of research organizations from the Western Balkans. This project, looking at the larger framework of transformation of the Western Balkans, examining strategic priorities of the Western Balkans region, by studying how the processes of democracy and institution – building and regional cooperation contribute to the region’s transformation from a conflict zone towards a security community.

Organizations engaged in realization of this project are: Belgrade Centre for Security Policy from Serbia, Analytica from Macedonia, Centre for Democracy and Human Rights from Montenegro, Centre for Security Studies from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Institute for International Relations from Croatia, Institute for Democracy and Mediation from Albania and, Kosovar Centre for Security Studies from Kosovo.