The Belgrade Fund for Political Excellence is a non-profit and non-partisan organization devoted to capacity building of decision and opinion makers who will steer Serbia towards European and Euro-Atlantic integration. Programme activities aim at institution building, strengthening the human capital of political and public leaders, and regional cooperation. Founded in 2003, the BFPE is a part of the Network of Schools of Political Studies operating under the auspices of the Council of Europe.
The European Movement in Serbia was founded in 1992 as a non-governmental, non-party and non-profit organization. This independent institution gathers interested citizens, experts and volunteers that promote European ideas and values and advocate for a democratic, modern and European Serbia and an open and inclusive society. EMinS has a long track record of implementing projects fostering respect for human rights, building capacities, activating youth, and initiating informed public discussions on key issues. EMinS has more than 600 individual members and over 15 collective members, as well as an EMinS Network which includes 14 local Movements across Serbia. Since 1993, the European Movement in Serbia is a full member of the International European Movement.
The Belgrade Centre for Security Policy is an independent think-tank which is advocating human, national, regional and international security based on democracy and respect for human rights. The Centre works towards the consolidation of security sector reform (SSR) and security integration of the Western Balkan states into the Euro-Atlantic community by creating an inclusive and knowledge based security policy environment. It achieves these goals through research, public advocacy, education, bringing together relevant stakeholders and creating networking opportunities. It was founded as the Centre for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR) in 1997 with mission to advocate democratization of the security sector in Serbia.