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A WORKING CLASS REPORT

The Fate of Employees After Privatization in Kosovo
This report was prepared with the aim of shedding light on the predicament of workers in Kosovo’s former socially-owned and public enterprises, which have been privatized by various local and international investors over the past years.
22.01.2018.
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СИНДИКАТИТЕ ВО МАКЕДОНИЈА

Кон ново синдикално социјално движење
Во последните три декади, почнувајќи од распадот на претходниот систем до воспоставување на капиталистичко општество, организираниот труд во македонското општество претрпи големи промени.
22.01.2018.
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ЛГБТ работници и синдикати

Позицијата на ЛГБТ работниците во поглед на дискриминацијата на работното место и нивниот однос со синдикатите во Република Македонија
Состојбата со работничките права и функционирањето на синдикатите во Република Македонија во последните дванаесет години е доведена до најнизок степен од осамостојувањето на државата.
12.01.2018.
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Dom sindikata, Beograd
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POVRATAK UTOPIJE 2

Izveštaj sa konferencije
Od 14. do 16. novembra 2017. godine organizovana je konferencija pod nazivom «Povratak utopije 2» u organizaciji Centra za politike emancipacije (CPE) i portala Mašina. Predavanja i paneli su održani u Beogradu, u Kamenoj Sali Doma sindikata, a uz podršku Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Southeast Europe i Ministarstva kulture i informisanja Republike Srbije.
09.01.2018.
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Beograd, Dom sindikata
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«NO LABOUR POWER WITHOUT ORGANISING!»

Some remarks on the conference: «For Labour Rights»
«FOR LABOUR RIGHTS! – Trans-National Solidarity, Commons and Perspectives on Organising» – was the programmatic title of a conference held in Belgrade, organised from 27-29 October by the Belgrade office of the Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung. It brought together trade unionists, members of left civil society organisations, social researchers and leftist activists from Europe, Asia and USA to discuss labour struggles and strategies within the wider context of «Global Social Rights».
24.10.2017.
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Dom sindikata / Hotel Palace, Belgrade, Serbia
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«FOR LABOUR RIGHTS!»

Trans-National Solidarity, Commons and Perspectives on Organising
With the aim of tackling problems situating labour rights in the broader context of social rights, the Belgrade office of the Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung is organising a conference on the topic of how to organise labour in times of deindustrialisation, the advanced de-organisation of the labour-movement and an ongoing fragmentation and precarisation of working conditions – not only in the region of the so-called «periphery economies» in Southeast Europe, but across the globe.
15.09.2017.
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Jugoslovenska kinoteka, Kosovska 11, Beograd
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JUGOSLOVENSKI SOCIJALIZAM NA FILMU

Predavanja i projekcije filmova
«Film je za nas najvažnija umetnost» - istakao je 1922. godine Lenjin a to je postala lozinka i za jugoslovensku kinematografiju. Zakonska odredba u prvom članu Osnovnog zakona o filmu iz 1956. godine pocrtava ono što je jugoslovensko samoupravno društvo očekivalo od filma: «Ovim zakonom se određuju odnosi na području proizvodnje, prometa i prikazivanja filmova kao privredne delatnosti, koja ima poseban kulturni i prosvetni značaj.»

Obaveštenja

INVITATION TO TENDER Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung (RLS) is a left oriented, non-profit organization that offers political education and acts as a center for discussion of progressive social thinking and research. RLS is associated with Germany’s »Die Linke« (Left Party) and has its headquarters in Berlin (Germany). Together with partner organizations RLS...

THE WORKING CLASS CONDITIONS IN ALBANIA

Volume II
This study – The working class conditions in Albania (II) – is a result of a two-year-long attempt by the Institute for Institute for Critique and Social Emancipation (ICSE) to depict a broad picture of the conditions of what one might still call the working class of Albania.

LABOUR RIGHTS IN TRANSNATIONAL COMPANIES

Commented Bibliography
Nearly after 150 years of Marx´s reading, labour and its organizations are facing the enormous challenge of simultaneously responding to the current globalization regime marked by growing social inequality, continuing environmental degradation, global capital mobility, supply chains of transnational companies crossing national borders, persistent high levels of informal employment in most of the late industrialized countries, and growing precariousness [...].