30 Jun What do we mean when we say… good society?
The Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory is preparing a special event for the end of the semester. We are pleased to invite you to attend the promotion of the new edition called Trg, on Wednesday, June 30, at 7 pm in Polet, Cetinjska 15 in Belgrade. As part of the promotion, a series of publications will be presented, by opening space for short discussions with general public on a vision of good society.
The editors of the series What do we mean when we say … are Ivica Mladenović, Srđan Prodanović and Gazela Pudar Draško.
Introduction: Gazela Pudar Draško, director of the Institute of Philosophy and Social Theory
Participants: Srdjan Prodanovic, in front of the editorial team; Iva Markovic, the author of one of the publications and an external associate of the Institute of Philosophy and Social Theory; Dr. Rastislav Dinić, professor at the Faculty of Philosophy in Niš.
Moderator: Ivica Mladenović.
The titles that will be presented are:
- Ivica Mladenović and Goran Marković: What do we mean when we say… New social contract
- Jelena Ćeriman and Zona Zarić: What do we mean when we say… New care policies
- Mario Reljanović: What do we mean when we say… decent work
- Milica Sekulović i Olga Nikolić: What do we mean when we say… New education system
- Predrag Đurić: What do we mean when we say… New health care system
- Iva Marković: What do we mean when we say… Sustainability and environmental protection
- Marko Božić: What do we mean when we say… Secular state
- Adriana Zaharijević: What do we mean when we say… Improving the status of women
- Milenko Srećković and Vladimir Vasić: What do we mean when we say… New agricultural policy
- Nina Mihaljinac: What do we mean when we say… New cultural policies
The publications were created within the project “Engage, Inspire, Empower: the Rhizome of engaged democracy” implemented by the Institute for Democratic Engagement Southeast Europe in partnership with the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory of the University of Belgrade , with the support of the Open Society Foundation.