Tag: Serbia

Social resistance to neo-liberal policies in Serbia – report from the debate in Paris
Balkans, Debates, Factory occupations, Serbia, Society

Social resistance to neo-liberal policies in Serbia – report from the debate in Paris

Social resistance to neo-liberal policies in Serbia with Milenko Srećković from the organization “Pokret za Slobodu” Minutes of the meeting Association pour l’Autogestion, ATTAC and the Assemblée Européenne des citoyens February 3rd, 2014, CICP offices, Paris By Kassia Aleksić Translation from French to English by Dorothée Genovese During the first International Gathering of “The Workers’Economy” (January 31st – February 1st, […]

Debate: Social resistance to neo-liberal policies in Serbia – on 3rd February, in Paris
Balkans, Debates, News

Debate: Social resistance to neo-liberal policies in Serbia – on 3rd February, in Paris

A l’initiative de l’Assemblée Européenne des Citoyens, Attac, l’Association pour l’Autogestion, Information-débat sur les résistances sociales aux politiques néo-libérales en Serbie Avec Milenko Srećković  LUNDI 3 FEVRIER, à 18h, CICP, 21 ter rue Voltaire, Paris 11è. Pendant plus de deux décennies – après le démantèlement de la Yougoslavie – la Serbie a subi des crises permanentes accompagnées de guerres, de […]

Balkans, Interviews, Land grabbing

Anti-landgrabing campaign in Serbia

By Pavle Antonović (FreedomFight.net) Anti-landgrabing campaign in Serbia – launched by the Pokret za slobodu (www.pokret.net) several years ago as a part of its broader struggle against criminal privatization and corruption – points out that the process of the Serbia’s accession to the European Union will in fact benefit only those deeply involved in privatization theft in the last decade. […]

Balkans, News

Adolf Hitler’s Birthday Gift – Memorial to Gavrilo Princip

By Vladimir Bogićević (FreedomFight.net) In this photo Adolf Hitler is inspecting his birthday gift – the memorial taken away from Sarajevo, dedicated to Gavrilo Princip, Serbian assassin of Austro-Hungarian Archduke Franz Ferdinand. This assassination, one of the many that were committed all around the world at that time, was used by Austro-Hungarian Empire as a pretext for attack on Serbia, […]

Balkans, News

About 83 Percent Of Serbian Citizens Against GMOs – Survey

In Serbia, nearly 83 percent of citizens voted to ban the presence of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) on their territory, according to a survey conducted by the portal 021.rs. Of 1,827 people surveyed, 82.9 percent voted for complete prohibition of GMOs, 10.9 percent are against the ban, while 6.1 percent are undecided, according to a press release. The group “Citizens […]