Radnička prava


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.
Beograd, Dom sindikata


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».
Dom sindikata / Hotel Palace, Belgrade, Serbia


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.


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...


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 [...].


Research Paper Series No. 6
There is no doubt that foreign direct investments (FDIs) constitute a central pillar of the Serbian government’s development strategy. In fact, all previous governments over the last couple of decades have heavily relied on FDIs as their sole source of econom-ic development.


Beograd, Srbija


Possibilities of International Labor Organizing in Southeast Europe
In 2014 Serbia advertised itself on CNN as a land of highly skilled and cheap labor. Similar to that, in Skopje, Macedonia advertised itself on billboards across the town as a country with the cheapest labor force in Europe.

Front slobode

Front slobode is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation located in Tuzla, registered in 2013, with a primary goal to promote anti-fascist tradition, emancipative politics and different forms of public good. The guiding objective of Front slobode is how to enable space for active participation of citizens in socio-economic, political and cultural...

Corporate Imperialism

The Zones of Exploitation in Serbia
This book is presenting an initial illustration and critique of corporate imperialism: based on discovered data, the author will expose how it manifests itself in Serbia and in what ways Serbian economic policy surrenders to corporate interests.

Collective Agreement for the Media Industry

The Independent Union of Journalist and Media Workers on Monday, 30 November in Skopje will present the Draft – Collective Agreement for the Media Industry. It is a document which is a result of a comprehensive debate in the media community (journalists, photo reporters, camera crew, correspondents, editors) and their feedback regarding the systemic...