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Innovation on European and social terms for a solidarity among disciplines
2020, radio or television broadcast

Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...solidarity, future of work, art thinking, Social Europe, workers rights, responsibility, interdisciplinary...
Keywords: innovation, solidarity, future of work, art thinking, Social Europe, workers rights, responsibility, interdisciplinary
Published: 25.11.2020; Views: 1525; Downloads: 11
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THE IMPACT OF EUROPEANISATION ON THE NATURE PROTECTION SYSTEM OF SELECTED COUNTRIES OF SOUTHEAST EUROPE ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE ESTABLISHMENT OF MULTI-LEVEL GOVERNANCE SYSTEM OF NATURA 2000
Aleksandar Šobot, 2017, doctoral dissertation

Abstract: The Europeanisation of Southeastern Europe led to the pre-accession and accession process of joining countries of the former Yugoslavia to the European Union. Slovenia's accession to the formal process of accession to the European Union started in 1999. This process lasted until 2003. Then, in 2004, Slovenia joined the European Union. Croatia's access to the formal process of accession to the European Union started in 2003. This process lasted until 2012. Then, in 2013, Croatia joined the European Union. Bosnia and Herzegovina entered the pre-accession process with the process of stabilization and association with the European Union, which lasted from 1999 to 2015. Then, in 2016, Bosnia and Herzegovina officially submitted its application for European Union membership. This paper examines the impact of the Europeanisation during this period on the nature protection system in the case of Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina while establishing multi-level governance system of protected areas within NATURA 2000 network. The analysis of the establishment of multi-level governance system is performed according to the morphogenetic model in three cycles as a case study. The case study is organized with the help of interviews and desk analysis of the relevant documents. In the first cycle were explained the projects/process of implementation of NATURA 2000 in Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina and its changing impacts on national legislation in the area of nature protection (environmental policy). The second cycle explains the role of the main actors in the establishment of multi-level governance system of NATURA 2000 such as the European Union institutions, competent ministries, national parks and non-governmental organisations (environmental polity). The third cycle outlines the contribution to the establishment of multi-level governance system of NATURA 2000 on the nature protection systems of Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina and their future challenges (environmental politics). The main conclusions point to the major changes in the nature protection systems of Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina during the process of implementation/establishing multi-level governance system of NATURA 2000. Main legal and institutional points of implementation of NATURA 2000 with all positive and negative sides are presented here. In the end, implementation of the European ecological network NATURA 2000 in Slovenia is marked as an excellent example with significant changes in legal (laws on nature protection) and institutional (transformation of governmental institutions, establishment of new institutions and inclusion of NGOs in decision making) framework. This process in Croatia was marked as good with significant changes in legal (laws on nature protection, adopting new strategy of sustainable development) and institutional (transformation of governmental organisation, establishment of new institutions and inclusion of NGOs in decision making) framework. This process in Bosnia and Herzegovina was marked as satisfactory with significant changes in legal (adopting new entity laws on nature protection) and institutional (adopting coordination mechanism for inter-entity and inter-institutional cooperation as well as inclusion of NGOs in decision making) framework. There are also significant weak points during the process of N2000 in all three countries (such as the late change of national legislative, not following the national legislative from governmental institution and not including NGOs into decision making), which during the proces of implementation of N2000 (for Croatia and Slovenia) or the process of preparation of implementation (for Bosnia and Herzegovina) cause significant problems, that call for action in the future in order to improve governance of natural resources /NATURA 2000. On the other hand, these points could serve as an example for all countries that underwent/or should undergo ...
Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: The Europeanisation of Southeastern Europe, the pre-accession process, the accession process, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the nature protection system, NATURA 2000 protected areas
Published: 06.11.2017; Views: 3937; Downloads: 247
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Map of revisionist monuments
Gal Kirn, Elvis Krstulović, Iva Kovač, exhibition

Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...historical revisionism, East Europe, anti-communism, new monuemnts, rehabilitation of fascism...
Keywords: historical revisionism, East Europe, anti-communism, new monuemnts, rehabilitation of fascism
Published: 18.09.2020; Views: 1487; Downloads: 0
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Exploring innovation challenges through Art, Science and Technology
Tere Badia, Peter Purg, Vivianne Hoffman, Michela Magas, Marko Peljhan, unpublished conference contribution

Abstract: The goal of the panel discussion was to bring together policy makers, artists and academics, to debate about the interdisciplinary challenges of open innovation in the interface of the Arts, Sciences and Technologies. Artists and designers shape another relationship between science, technology, and human beings, this dialogue stimulates innovation centred on transversal competencies and unconventional thinking. The combination of artistic research and participatory design strategies is key to find divergent approaches to sustainable development of science and technology, and to transform their social and economic impact. It is necessary to create a context of possibility for the development of skills, knowledge and tools from experimental and collaborative environments, as well as research methods in art, social sciences, sciences and technology, and cultural studies. The discussion focussed on critical, ethical and sustainable ways of cross-collaboration between art-science-technology and the available and needed policy instruments to develop collaboration between artists, academia and industry. Participating speakers: Viviane Hoffman – Deputy Director-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture, European Commission Barbara Stacher – European Commission, DG EAC, Cultural Policy Unit Michela Magas – Innovation catalyst who bridges the worlds of science and art, design and technology, more Marko Peljhan – Media artist, professor and entrepreneur – new media arts and technology, more Peter Purg – Assoc. Prof. PhD, University of Nova Gorica School of Arts, MAST project leader Moderated by: Tere Badia, Culture Action Europe
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...Director-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture, European Commission Barbara Stacher – European Commission, DG EAC,...
Keywords: hybrid, academy, symposium, art, innovation, science, technology, europe
Published: 08.10.2020; Views: 1543; Downloads: 0
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European Film Co-productions with a Focus on Southeastern Europe
Boris Matić, 2022, master's thesis

Abstract: In this master thesis I shall deal with European film co-productions with an emphasis on the functioning of this form of film production in 6 countries of Southeast Europe. Starting from defining the concept of co-productions and their types, short history, agreements that provide the legal framework for their establishment all the way to sources of funding from European public national and supranational funds, broadcasters and production incentive systems. In other words, in this thesis I explain how this joint production adventure works in Europe, as well as in the surrounding countries where I myself work as a film producer. The starting point of the paper is that the authors and producers hail from countries with low audiovisual capacity, and due to high film production prices and lack of funding sources in these countries, they are almost forced to turn to international co-productions for more ambitious film projects. Through the analysis and production study of Father, I speak about the application of the co-production model in filmmaking and the use of almost all types of available European sources of financial closure, which is a successful example of cooperation between producers and filmmakers and collaborators from several European countries. In the practical part of my master’s thesis, I briefly deal with the making of my short fiction film Thursday.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: film, production, co-production, southeast Europe, region, agreements, sources of funding, funds, national, supranational, budget
Published: 01.09.2022; Views: 260; Downloads: 22
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