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Second workshop of the School for Politics and Critique 2015

The Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities – Skopje (ISSHS) has the great pleasure to announce the second workshop of the School for Politics and Critique with the eminent philosophers and activists François Laruelle (France), Svetlana Slapšak (Slovenia) and Katerina Kolozova (Macedonia) The workshop moderators are: Igor Jovanoski and Artan Sadiku, with Anastas Vangeli who Read More
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Increasing the Transparency and Improving the Rule of Law by Monitoring and Reporting the Violation of Human Rights in Macedonia

Тhe Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities – Skopje implemented the research for the project “Increasing the Transparency and Improving the Rule of Law by Monitoring and Reporting the Violation of Human Rights in Macedonia” carried out by the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights of the Republic of Macedonia. This research focuses on the citizens’ Read More
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The uses and abuses of neoliberalism and technocracy in the post-totalitarian regimes in Eastern Europe: The case of Macedonia

Katerina Kolozova The uses and abuses of neoliberalism and technocracy in the post-totalitarian regimes in Eastern Europe: The case of Macedonia Excerpt from the study. (Full study attached below) “Confessions” are as much a specialty of Bolshevik propaganda as the curious pedantry of legalizing crimes by retrospective and retroactive legislation was a specialty of Nazi Read More
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Solutions for the Macedonian Political Crisis after the Resignation of Ministers in the Cabinet: Seen from the Perspective of the Civic Movement

Solutions for the Macedonian Political Crisis after the Resignation of Ministers in the Cabinet – Seen from the Perspective of the Civic Movement – Authors: Dr. Katerina Kolozova and Dr. Artan Sadiku   An excerpt of from the study: “In conditions in which the opposition does not participate in the work of the parliament, nobody Read More
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Legalizing Restrictions of the Freedom of the Press

It is our great pleasure to announce the release of the policy report “Legalizing Restrictions of the Freedom of the Press,” produced by a team of ISSHS researchers with the support of Think Thank Fund-Open Society Institute, Budapest. The report is based on a desk analysis and field research, made in the period June – Read More
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New issue of the Journal IDENTITIES

ISSHS is proud to announce the issuing of the 11th volume of the Journal for Gender, Politics and Culture “Identities.” This issue is supported by the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Southeast Europe. “Identities” vol.11, nr.1-2. “The Future of the Idea of the Left” is available in print and online at http://identitiesjournal.edu.mk Contributors: Jacques Ranciere Skopje: Time, Read More
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Creating gender effective polciies

It is our pleasure to release the policy study “Creating of Gender Effective Policies: Model for increasing the dialogue and inclusion of the citizens from the community in the process of creating Gender Responsive polices”. The study is a result of a project that the Institute of social sciences and humanities – Skopje has implemented Read More
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Who owns Alexander the Great? A question of EU enlargement

“Who owns Alexander the Great?”: A Question Upon Which EU Enlargement Relies” It is our great pleasure to announce the release of the policy analysis “Who owns Alexander the Great?”: A Question Upon Which EU Enlargement Relies,” produced by a team of ISSHS researchers. The findings in this study are based on a national poll Read More
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Official Language Usage in Municipalities in the Republic of Macedonia

The Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities- Skopje is the implementing partner of the project “Official Language Usage in Municipalities in the Republic of Macedonia,” initiated by the Office of the Higher Commissioner of National Minorities of OSCE and it covers 10 month period (February-December 2014). Project’s aim is to review the existing practices pertaining Read More