It is necessary to define fair pay in fine and visual arts, says Serbian artists’ association

The Association of Fine Artists of Serbia (ULUS) and the Association of Fine Artists of Vojvodina (SULUV) are currently forming a Committee for Cooperation, with the aim to develop price lists for fair pay in the field of fine arts, establish the principles of fair practice and contribute to a better socio-economic position of artists.

The Association of Fine Artists of Serbia (ULUS) and the Association of Fine Artists of Vojvodina (SULUV) are currently forming a Committee for Cooperation, with the aim to develop price lists for fair fees in the field of fine arts, establish the principles of fair practice and contribute to a better socio-economic position of artists.

One of the legal prerequisites for the Rio Tinto lithium mine in Serbia has been abolished

Today, the Assembly of the City of Loznica revoked the decision on the adoption of the city Spatial Plan which contained the prerequisites for the lithium mine in Jadar valley to be built.

Today, the Assembly of the City of Loznica revoked the decision on the adoption of the city Spatial Plan which contained the prerequisites for the lithium mine in Jadar valley to be built.

All the protesters’ demands have been met: the draft Law on Expropriation is being withdrawn, and the Law on Referendum will be amended

Aleksandar Vučić stated on Wednesday that he would return the Law on Expropriation to the Serbian Parliament for reconsideration and that he proposed changes to the Law on Referendum and People's Initiative.

Aleksandar Vučić stated on Wednesday that he would return the Law on Expropriation to the Serbian Parliament for reconsideration and that he proposed changes to the Law on Referendum and People’s Initiative.

Thousands of citizens successfully block traffic at several dozen locations in Serbia on Saturday

On December 4, for the second weekend in a row, citizens gathered to protest against the adoption of the Law on Expropriation and the Law on Referendum, and the implementation of the Rio Tinto Jadar project.

On December 4, for the second weekend in a row, citizens gathered to protest against the adoption of the Law on Expropriation and the Law on Referendum, and the implementation of the Rio Tinto Jadar project.

ELMO: Right to housing struggles in Eastern Europe and the Berlin referendum

Using the Berlin referendum vote to expropriate large-scale landlords as a reference, ELMO’s roundtable brought together activists from movements in Romania, Serbia, Hungary and Germany to discuss struggles for the right to housing.

Using the Berlin referendum vote to expropriate large-scale landlords as a reference, ELMO’s roundtable brought together activists from movements in Romania, Serbia, Hungary and Germany to discuss struggles for the right to housing.

Elephant in the room: Art Weekend Belgrade at the Hotel Belgrade

A restituted hotel building in Savamala district, near the Belgrade Waterfront complex, was used as scenography of an exhibition set up in sixty-eight hotel rooms. Was it creative collaboration or so-called "artwashing"?

A restituted hotel building in Savamala district, near the Belgrade Waterfront complex, was used as scenography of an exhibition set up in sixty-eight hotel rooms. Was it creative collaboration or so-called “artwashing”?

Building and Wood Workers International: The Serbian government shouldn’t allow investors to behave like this

Representatives of the Building and Wood Workers International believe that the Government of Serbia should do much more to protect the human and workers' rights of foreign workers in Serbia.

Representatives of the Building and Wood Workers International believe that the Government of Serbia should do much more to protect the human and workers’ rights of foreign workers in Serbia.

Siniša Mali

The high toll of what the Serbian Government claims to be an economic success

The economic success that the Government has been bragging about recently shouldn't be presented merely by statistics: the economy is actually made up of people whose lives are in danger.

The economic success that the Government has been bragging about recently shouldn’t be presented merely by statistics: the economy is actually made up of people whose lives are in danger.

Webinar: Decoloniality and Eastern Europe

The webinar ‘Decoloniality and Eastern Europe’ will explore the strategies of the left to address decoloniality in the region. The event will take place on Thursday, 4 November at 6 pm CET.

The webinar ‘Decoloniality and Eastern Europe’ will explore the strategies of the left to address decoloniality in the region. The event will take place on Thursday, 4 November at 6 pm CET.