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Grand Coalition of Regression. Germany’s 100 Billion Euro Militarization

High armament does not make Germany and Europe more peaceful or safer. This text is based on the speech the author gave on June 3, 2022, during the protest rally, organized by Die Linke party, "100 billion for health, education and affordable housing: No special funds for rearmament!" in front of the Reichstag building in Berlin.

High armament does not make Germany and Europe more peaceful or safer. This text is based on the speech the author gave on June 3, 2022, during the protest rally, organized by Die Linke party, “100 billion for health, education and affordable housing: No special funds for rearmament!” in front of the Reichstag building in Berlin.

Partisan Memorial Cemetery in Mostar destroyed

The Partisan Cemetery in Mostar, one of the most important monuments of the anti-fascist struggle of the Yugoslav people and a national monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina, has suffered the most extensive damage a three-decade history of vandalism.

The Partisan Cemetery in Mostar, one of the most important monuments of the anti-fascist struggle of the Yugoslav people and a national monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina, has suffered the most extensive damage a three-decade history of vandalism.

Serbia is set to lose almost a quarter of its population by 2050

In the past three decades, Serbia has lost a million people, and such a trend is likely to continue, according to the National Human Development Report, which was presented to the Assembly at the end of May.

In the past three decades, Serbia has lost a million people, and such a trend is likely to continue, according to the National Human Development Report, which was presented to the Assembly at the end of May.

“A six-hour workday is optimal”: psychologist Sarita Bradaš talks about shorter workweeks

Two centuries have passed since it became clear that shorter working hours make workers happier and more satisfied and reduce injuries at work. Today in Serbia, we are far from the proclaimed eight-hour workday, but that shouldn't stop us from debating contemporary trends of shortening of workweek, which we talked about with psychologist Sarita Bradaš.

Two centuries have passed since it became clear that shorter working hours make workers happier and more satisfied and reduce injuries at work. Today in Serbia, we are far from the proclaimed eight-hour workday, but that shouldn’t stop us from debating contemporary trends of shortening of workweek, which we talked about with psychologist Sarita Bradaš.

Serbian workers still work the longest hours in Europe

In the last quarter of 2021, workers in Serbia worked an average of 42.1 hours a week, confirming the country's infamous first place in Europe by this criterion

In the last quarter of 2021, workers in Serbia worked an average of 42.1 hours a week, confirming the country’s infamous first place in Europe by this criterion

Serbian elections results: did the right grow stronger?

Presidential, extraordinary parliamentary and elections for the assembly of Belgrade, Bor and 12 other cities and municipalities were held in Serbia last Sunday.

Presidential, extraordinary parliamentary and elections for the assembly of Belgrade, Bor and 12 other cities and municipalities were held in Serbia last Sunday

Museums under political control: the case of the Modern Gallery in Ljubljana

Employees of Modern Gallery in Ljubljana sent a request to the Government of the Republic of Slovenia demanding for the gallery's director, Aleš Vaupotič, to resign or be dismissed on the account of alleged negligence and other irregularities.

Employees of Modern Gallery in Ljubljana sent a request to the Government of the Republic of Slovenia demanding for the gallery’s director, Aleš Vaupotič, to resign or be dismissed on the account of alleged negligence and other irregularities.

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The ways green parties appear and disappear in Serbia

Rising concerns over environmental problems brought green political organizations to the foreground. Green political parties have been present in Serbia before, but their role has not been entirely positive.

Rising concerns over environmental problems brought green political organizations to the foreground. Green political parties have been present in Serbia before, but their role has not been entirely positive.

Goodbye, Rio Tinto? Government of Serbia revokes all administrative acts related to the “Jadar” project

The Serbian government has officially ended its cooperation with Rio Tinto, but activists and the opposition demand clear assurances that this is not just a pre-election trick of the government.

The Serbian government has officially ended its cooperation with Rio Tinto, but activists and the opposition demand clear assurances that this is not just a pre-election trick of the government.

The green-left coalition MORAMO launched

The green-left coalition MORAMO launched

Members of the electoral coalition are the Don't Let Belgrade D(r)own movement, the Open Civic Platform ACTION, the Environmental Uprising, as well as a large number of activists and local movements.

Members of the electoral coalition are the Don’t Let Belgrade D(r)own movement, the Open Civic Platform ACTION, the Environmental Uprising, as well as a large number of activists and local movements.

Constitutional referendum unites the opposition

Constitutional referendum unites the opposition

Four of the five pre-election opposition coalitions are calling on citizens to take part in the referendum and vote NO.

Four of the five pre-election opposition coalitions are calling on citizens to take part in the referendum and vote NO.

Working from home: supervision, control and the need to protect workers’ privacy

The number of people working from home increased during the pandemic. Employers have quickly resorted to modern tools for monitoring and supervising workers, which creates the need for legal regulation and clear moves by unions to protect the rights of workers working from home.

The number of people working from home increased during the pandemic. Employers have quickly resorted to modern tools for monitoring and supervising workers, which creates the need for legal regulation and clear moves by unions to protect the rights of workers working from home.