Legal network for the protection of democracy
We established the network with partner organizations to help individuals who have found themselves in illegal, unconstitutional and democratic proceedings due to them being active citizens. The aim of the network is to balance out the financial and legal resources that are available to the state and those available to civilians. On the network’s website we publish legal advice, answer questions and work to protect fundamental freedoms with the help of the law.
The second book in the Agrument series brings a systematic overview of the conceptual apparatus of Freudian psychoanalysis. This theoretical field represents the basis for the world famous Lacanian Ljubljana psychoanalytic school. Thematic arguments were published online on 25 consecutive Saturdays, whereas in the book they are arranged in alphabetical order and accompanied by an introductory word by the authors as well as by an editorial preface. You can order the book from our online store or download the digital version for free online.
Freedom of speech abecedarium
After two titles that dealt with specific humanistic disciplines – philosophy and theoretical psychoanalysis – the third book in the Agrument series focuses on only one concept, namely freedom of speech. Freedom of speech has been championed by both liberal and conservative thought at various historical moments. It is an idea that can combat censorship, support whistleblowing, celebrate open data and open knowledge, as well as justify hate speech, spark fear and promote populism. The Freedom of Speech Abecedarium, which was published online for 25 consecutive Saturdays, is now arranged into a book that you can order from our online store or download for free.
Open knowledge day
We organized Open knowledge day in partnership with Intellectual Property Institute and with the support of Aksioma and Creative Commons. The event focused on changes and challenges arising from the new European Copyright Directive. It was divided into two parts; the first was focused on the Copyright Directive in the context of the Digital Single Market, and the second dealt specifically with Article 17. We were joined by local experts and our special guest was Julia Reda, a former MEP, now in charge of Control ©, who is one of the leading experts on and advocates of open data.