Politika

THE DARK SIDE OF EUROPEANISATION

Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and the European Border Regime
Examining migration movements, policies, public discourses and struggles in the Balkans between the summer of migration in 2015 and the pandemic crisis in 2020, this study provides an analysis of the impact of the EUropean border and migration regime in the region, which has become a buffer zone for people on the move.

THE NEW RIGHT AND THE OLD LEFT IN SOUTH-EAST EUROPE

In recent years Europe has experienced an unexpected rise in the power and influence of the far-right.

CLIMATE AND ENERGY TRANSITION IN THE BALKANS

While political elites do not even use euphemisms for their practices, mostly corrupted by western European capital, grassroots struggles and left political views on parliamentary levels are seldom (in non-EU countries) if not non-existant (in EU countries). Reason for this is a «shock doctrine».

LIKE A CLAP OF THUNDER

Three essays on Rosa Luxemburg
Ankica Čakardić’s monograph Like a Clap of Thunder is an extremely valuable, powerful and above all inspiring triptych of sharp and energetic philosophical-political essays on Rosa Luxemburg

PRECARIOUS IN CAPITALIST CULTURE

The symposium focused on the topic of precarious conditions that workers are facing in today’s capitalist world in order to exchange experiences, discuss existing models and share strategies for labor organization in culture and art and concerning possibilities of transnational organization.
29.11.2019
|
Kino Kultura, Skopje
|

PRECARIOUS IN CAPITALIST CULTURE

Should we continue living like this?
SYMPOSIUM ON THINKING THE FUTURE FROM A LABOR PERSPECTIVE | 29 - 30 NOVEMBER 2019 Curated by Ivana Vaseva Speakers: Antonia Alampi, Kristina Ampeva, Corina L. Apostol, Djordje Balmazović, Karla Crnčević, Iliana Fokianaki, Vladan Jeremić, Filip Jovanovski, Violeta Kachakova, Biljana Tanurovska – Kjulavkovski, Krunoslav Stojaković, Tara Rukeci,...

FLAT TAX OR DEMOCRACY?

Towards a Progressive Tax Reform in Bulgaria
In 2008, Bulgaria introduced a flat tax rate of 10% on income and corporate profits. Together with the absence of tax breaks for low earners or reduced VAT rates for basic amenities, this makes Bulgaria's tax system regressive.

European elections in Romania did not take place

Written by Florin Poenaru The contest for the European Parliament in Romania defied predictions and managed to alter the political life of the country in just about 24 hours. What many observers foreseen to be a low-key affair in line withprevious balloting for the European elections, turned out to be a pivotal moment for the country’s internal political...
Tags: Politika
05.06.2019.
|

BETWEEN FORM AND REALITY

Shadow Report on the Implementation of the Strategy for Social Inclusion of Roma Women and Men in the Republic of Serbia
Roma Forum Serbia, for the third year in a row, organizes political education workshops that critically address the question of the institutional framework of inclusion of Roma in the Republic of Serbia.

The Work of Mourning and the Work of Solidarity

Notes on political activism in Bosnia and Herzegovina
In this article I seek to bring together some insights of living and working on what is called «social justice» in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina as an academic, artist, and practicing psychoanalyst.