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Globalizacija.com: new online media
Mirjana Dokmanović | 24 August 2005


The Women’s Centre for Democracy and Human Rights, a non-governmental organisation in Serbia and Montenegro, has recently launched an online bilingual Journal on globalisation, development and gender issues in English and Serbian on the web address http://www.globalizacija.com.


The aims of this online publication, as well as the printed version that will be published periodically in Serbian and English, are twofold. One is to offer women in South Eastern Europe who are not familiar with English public access to the knowledge and research of experts from relevant institutes and of members of international women’s networks as AWID (Association of Women’s Rights in Development), WIDE (Women in Development Europe), IAFFE (International Association of Feminist Economics), BRIDGE (development – gender), Les Penelopes, etc. The second is to serve as the gateway for researchers and women experts from SEE in presenting their work and findings to the world’s English speaking communities.

The topics you will find on this online Journal are: Human Rights, Development, ICT, Transition, Privatisation, Gender Equality, Engendering Macroeconomics, Gender Budgeting, Security & Militarism, Trade Liberalisation, Neoliberalism, and Alternatives. Papers on these topics are welcome and can be submitted preferably by e-mail to: globalizacija AT eunet.yu. There is no deadline for submission of papers.

The main theme of the first printed edition, Autumn 2005, is titled “Privatisation and Trade Liberalisation of Public Goods and Services: Who Wins; Who Loses?”. The papers can be of a conceptual/theoretical nature, they can report formal research results, or they can highlight case studies involving field research. The deadline for paper submissions for the printed edition is September 15, 2005.

We look forward to your contributions and your collaboration with us.

Mirjana Dokmanovic,
Editor-in-Chief,
E-mail: mirad AT eunet.yu
Women’s Centre for Democracy and Human Rights,
Cara Lazara 19/a,
24000 Subotica,
Serbia and Montenegro
Phone: 381 24 571 336
Phone/fax: 381 24 557 399





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