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.

Draft Amendments to the Law on Free Access to Information of Public Importance render supreme public bodies untouchable

The Draft Amendments to the Law on Free Access to Information of Public Importance have been available on the website of the National Assembly of Serbia since last Friday.

The Draft Amendments to the Law on Free Access to Information of Public Importance have been available on the website of the National Assembly of Serbia since last Friday.

Don’t Let Belgrade D(r)own and Solidarity presented an agreement on cooperation

The Don't Let Belgrade D(r)own movement (NDMBG) and political platform Solidarity presented an agreement on joint action in promoting the platform "For a Good City", with the goal of offering citizens policies "that will enable us to live in a green, solidary and a just city."

The Don’t Let Belgrade D(r)own movement (NDMBG) and political platform Solidarity presented an agreement on joint action in promoting the platform “For a Good City”, with the goal of offering citizens policies “that will enable us to live in a green, solidary and a just city.”

The draft law on internal affairs rushed through a short public debate despite the opposition of citizens and experts

The public debate on the Draft Law on internal affairs which will enable biometric surveillance ended Saturday and, if passed, the new law could put the rights of citizens in jeopardy

The public debate on the Draft Law on internal affairs which will enable biometric surveillance ended Saturday and, if passed, the new law could put the rights of citizens in jeopardy

Digital platform workers’ trade union established in Croatia

Workers engaged at Uber, Bolt, Glovo and similar platforms formed a trade union to fight for the rights guaranteed by the Labour Law of the Republic of Croatia.

Workers engaged at Uber, Bolt, Glovo and similar platforms formed a trade union to fight for the rights guaranteed by the Labour Law of the Republic of Croatia.

The Non-aligned world – On the occasion of commemorating the First Conference of Non-Aligned Countries in Belgrade

On the occasion of marking the sixtieth anniversary of the First Conference of the Non-Aligned Countries, held in Belgrade on September 1, 1961, the exhibition called "Non-Aligned World" was opened at the Museum of African Art Wednesday evening, while the accompanying public expert forum was realized the day after.

On the occasion of marking the sixtieth anniversary of the First Conference of the Non-Aligned Countries, held in Belgrade on September 1, 1961, the exhibition called “Non-Aligned World” was opened at the Museum of African Art Wednesday evening, while the accompanying public expert forum was realized the day after.

Erdoğan under pressure

By its eighteenth year of rule, the Justice and Development Party has strayed far from securing the prosperity it promised. Joachim Becker, professor at the University of Economics in Vienna, analyses the current political and economic situation in Turkey.

By its eighteenth year of rule, the Justice and Development Party has strayed far from securing the prosperity it promised. Joachim Becker, professor at the University of Economics in Vienna, analyses the current political and economic situation in Turkey.

Minimum wage should be the exception, not the rule

While we are waiting for the decision on the amount of the minimum labour price for the next year, let's remind ourselves what the actual value of minimum wage is and what it should really represent.

While we are waiting for the decision on the amount of the minimum labour price for the next year, let’s remind ourselves what the actual value of minimum wage is and what it should really represent.

The easier to obtain a construction permit, the harder to protect architectural heritage

Authorities boast that last year Serbia jumped from 182nd to the ninth place on the world ranking of countries listed by ease of issuing construction permits. There are good reasons to be concerned over this kind of news.

Authorities boast that last year Serbia jumped from 182nd to the ninth place on the world ranking of countries listed by ease of issuing construction permits. There are good reasons to be concerned over this kind of news.

Who has the right to be strong: training as a way to get in touch with ourselves

We have been taught for millennia that muscle and strength are not for women. We were taught to be as small as possible, to take up as little space as possible, to provide as little resistance as possible – we were taught how to become the "weaker sex".

We have been taught for millennia that muscle and strength are not for women. We were taught to be as small as possible, to take up as little space as possible, to provide as little resistance as possible – we were taught how to become the “weaker sex”.