Social Networks as an Emergency Management Tool

Researcher Filip Stojanovic participated in a two-day international scientific conference on human security and new technologies. The conference was held on November 2-3, 2018, in the building of the Rectorate of the University of Belgrade.

In co-operation with colleague Nevena Sekaric from the Institute for International Politics and Economy, he published a paper "Social networks as a tool for managing emergency situations in the context of human security". Filip also participated in the methodological workshop "Data as People: Information, Rights and the Future of Freedom", led by Nathaniel Raymond of the Jackson Institute, Yale University.

The conference was attended by representatives of numerous academic institutions from Serbia, Greece, Bulgaria, Croatia, Germany, Turkey, the USA, Russia, Slovakia, Cyprus, and Denmark. The conference was organized by the Center for Security Studies of the Faculty of Security in Belgrade. This is the fourth international academic conference of the Human Security Research Center, which focuses on the challenges that human security encounters in the new - digital era.