Security Services in a Civil Society: Oversight and Accountability

(Warsaw, Poland, 1995)


Explored means of ensuring that police and security agencies’ mandates meet states’ legitimate security needs in a way consistent with democratic principles.

Albania


Kozara Kati, Human Rights Documentation Center

Belarus


Tatiana Segeevna Protko, Academy of Science, Belarus

Belgium

Raymond Decoux, Independenct Oversity Committee Belgium

Bulgaria


Dimitrina Petrova, Human Rights Project, Bulgaria

Czech Republic

Tomas Svoboda, MP Czech Republic

Estonia


Enn Tarto, MP

Hungary


Ferenc Koszep, MP Hungary

Latvia


Uldis Dezenitis, SAB Latvia

Lithuania

Stasys Kausinis, Association of Human Rights

Netherland


G Raaijmakers, Security Service, Netherlands
D.B. van der Windt, Parliamentry Commission, Netherlands

Poland


Markey Nowicki, Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights
The Honorable Adam Struzik, Speaker of the Senate of the Republic of Poland

Zbigniew Siemiatkoswski, MP
Jerzy Ciemniewski, MP
Adam Duszkiewicz, UOP
Wiktor Osiatynski, Stfan Batory Foundation
Zbigniew Bujak, MP

Romania


Senator Karoly Szabo, Romania
Manuela Stefanescu, Helsinki Committee

Russia


Igor Petrukhin, Academy of Sciences, Russia
Boris Pustinstev, Citizens’ Control, Russia

Slovenia


Tanya Petovar, Civic Link
Vladimir Palko, MP Slovenia

Sweden


Gerald Nagler, Helsinki Committee, Sweden
Torsten Jonnson, former Prosecutor General, Sweden

United States


Kate Martin, Center for National Security Studies, USA
William Colby, former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, USA
James X Dempsey, Center for National Security Studies, USA
Elizabeth Rindskopf, Central Intelligence Agency, USA
Sanford Ungar, American University, USA
Harvey Grossman, American Civil Liberties Union, USA

Ukraine


Valeriy Kartavstev, SB Ukraine

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