Thursday, 27.02.20 - Rogner Hotel Tirana

Albanian Security Barometer

CSDG - Qendra për Studimin e Demokracisë dhe Qeverisjes with the support of Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Tirana has initiated the Albanian Security Barometer (ASB).

Photo: FES Tirana

Photo: FES Tirana

Photo: FES Tirana

CSDG - Qendra për Studimin e Demokracisë dhe Qeverisjes with the support of Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Tirana has initiated the Albanian Security Barometer (ASB). The ASB is a new innovative project which brings to the public debate the attitudes and perceptions of Albanian citizens on various aspects of security through a national public survey. Some of the main policy issues by which this first edition of the ASB has been guided are:

 

  • definition of the main security threats at different levels,
  • the influence on Albania’s security by various actors,
  • the satisfaction with the performance of security and justice institutions in addressing the identified security threats and risks,
  • policy approaches to improving security delivery,
  • perceived levels of corruption and trust on security and justice institutions,
  • attitudes towards NATO and EU in relation to Albania’s security,
  • perceptions on how Albania’s performance in meeting EU standards particularly with regard to building a professional and independent public administration and fighting corruption and organised crime.

The Albanian Security Barometer (2019) in English version, can be downloaded in the link here:

 CSDG together with FES organized on 27 February 2020 the Round table Discussion “Linking Security Policy Making and Security Delivery with Citizens Attitudes and Concerns: Presentation of the First Edition of the Albanian Security Barometer”.

The aim of this round table discussion was to present the first edition of the Albanian Security Barometer (ASB), made possible with the support of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Tirana, aiming to bring to the public debate the attitudes and perceptions of Albanian citizens on various aspects of security through a national public survey.

During the event were provided discussions on the main findings but also on the overarching theme the need to bringing an informed security discourse into the public domain.

In addition to the invited participants, present in the event were representatives of the main pubic institutions, including: Mrs. Ermonela Felaj - Chairwoman of Parliamentary Committee on National Security, Mr. Etjen Xhafaj, Deputy Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs, Mr. Petro Koçi - Deputy Minister of Defence, Mrs. Elona Gjebrea - Member of Parliamentary Committee on National Security and Mr. Ralf Gjoni - Deputy Chairman of Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung 
Tirana

Rr. Kajo Karafili 
Nd-14, Hyrja 2, Kati 1, Kutia
Postare 1418
Tiranë, Albania

+355(0)4 22 50 986
+355(0)4 22 73 306

info(at)fes-tirana.org

back to top