THE PARLIAMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM ON BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA (1876)
The Serbian uprising in Bosnia and Herzegovina (1875) marked the beginning of the chain of uprisings and wars of the Balkan nations against Ottoman rule, and of the conflicts of the Great Powers, which brought Europe to the brink of the Great War (1875‒1878). . . .
NEGATION AND EMANCIPATION: THE 'SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL' POLITICS OF KARL POPPER
Thе paper presents and analyzes the social and political thought of Karl Popper. But since this thought may be unique in that it transmits or applies insights from another field in which Popper gained an enviable reputation – from the philosophy of science . . .
PLATFORM WORK AND NEW FORMS OF WORK IN THE DIGITAL ECONOMY
Digitalization is changing labour market relations by calling into question the concept of a classic employment relationship that relies heavily on a bilateral employment contract of indefinite duration. Also, on the other hand, digitalization leads to a significant . . .
HUMAN RESOURCES SECTOR IN THE FUNCTION OF IMPROVING THE WORK OF THE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT SECTOR OF THE MINISTRY OF THE INTERIOR OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA
The aim of this paper is to describe, through the application of scientific research methods, the human resource management process in the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Serbia, which contributes to the development of the Emergency Management . . .
POLITICAL AND SOCIAL ASPECTS OF CONTEMPORARY MIGRATION
At the beginning of the work, the basic determinants of the migration phenomenon are given, and then the complex and far-reaching implications of contemporary migratory movements from the Middle East and North Africa to the European continent are pointed . . .
SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE INTERNET IN NEW REALITY DUE TO COVID-19
The social implications of information communication technology (ICT), the Internet and cyberspace depend on economic, legal, and policy decisions. The Pandemic made a new reality that is shaping the Internet as it becomes institutionalized in each domain . . .
PROTECTION OF PRIVACY RIGHTS IN THE WORKPLACE
The right to privacy, in private and family life, home and correspondence, as one of the human rights, is guaranteed by the Constitution of the Republic of Serbia and numerous international acts. Employees, as human beings, also enjoy this right. However, . . .
ADMINISTRATIVE-COURT APPEAL AS THE PART OF CONSTITUTIONAL AND LEGAL TRADITIONS OF SERBIA AND DE LEGE FERENDA
The history of administrative dispute in the Serbian legal system is the history of the development of the constitutional political system from the second half of the 19th century until today. The institute of administrative dispute adapted to the forms of . . .