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Solidarity and interest in cooperation with Turkish and Slovakian teachers

Open letters of solidarity issued by OHA (Hungarian Network of Academics) Budapest, 26 January 2016  Dear colleagues,  As scholars associated with universities and higher education institutions in Hungary and internationally, we are extremely disturbed by Turkey’s recent treatment of academics that have spoken out against atrocities being committed by the Turkish state against Kurds. We … Read more

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Legal Efforts to Correct and Reform Privatized Water Services in Indonesia

This study describes two effective legal efforts in dealing with water management problems in Indonesia: first, civil litigation to improve quality of water services. Second, in accordance with the philosophical meaning of water as nation’s welfare under 1945 Constitution, remunicipalisation is the suitable way to reform Indonesian’s water management control. Read more… (Dodik Setiawan Nur Heriyanto)

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Mission of the Blog

Governmental roles are facing new challenges again in the market-based economy. Both the welfare state and the socialistic state aimed to widen the scope of intervention, however their instruments and conditions were very different. In contrary to this situation, reactions of liberalism in the late 20th century and regime changes aimed to minimize the power … Read more

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