The journal Temida in pdf

2022 – No 1 Victims and Contemporary Context: Challenges and Perspectives:

Ezzat A. Fattah: Justice for Crime Victims: Has the Time Finally Come for a Radical Paradigm Shift?
Pravda za žrtve kriminaliteta: Da li je najzad došlo vreme za radikalnu promenu paradigme?
Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2201007F
Mirjana Dokmanović: Afirmativno istraživanje i mogućnosti njegove primene u programima podrške žrtvama
Appreciative Inquiry and Possibilities of Its Implementation in Victims Support Programmes

Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2201027D
Vida Vilić: Fišing kao oblik prevare i krađe identiteta u zdravstvu: Viktimizacija za vreme trajanja pandemije COVID-19
Phishing as a Form of Fraud Identity Theft in Healthcare: Victimization During COVID-19 Pandemic

Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2201053V
Filip Mirić
Danica Vasiljević-Prodanović:
Viktimološki osvrt na vršnjačko nasilje u digitalnom okruženju
Victimological Review of Peer Violence in the Digital Environment

Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2201079M
Rouf Ahmad Bhat
Mohd Ashraf Wani:
Development of Women’s Movement in India: A Historical Perspective
Razvoj ženskog pokreta u Indiji: Istorijska perspektiva
Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2201093B

2021 – No 3 Sexual Violence:

Ksenija Butorac
Ivica Luketić
Ljiljana Mikšaj-Todorović:
Neka obilježja počinitelja spolne zlouporabe djece
Some Characteristics of Perpetrators of Child Sexual Abuse

Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2103249B
Sanja Ćopić
Milica Luković Radaković:
Seksualno nasilje nad studentima na fakultetima: Pregled rezultata dosadašnjih istraživanja
Sexual Violence against Students at Faculties: An Overview of the So Far Research Results
Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2103279C
Debarati Halder: PUBG Ban and Issues of Online Child Safety During COVID-19 Lockdown in India: A Critical Review from the Indian Information Technology Act Perspectives
Zabrana PUBG i bezbednost dece na Internetu tokom COVID-19 lokdauna u Indiji: Kritički osvrt na Zakon o informacionim tehnologijama Indije
Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2103303H
Jovan M. Petrović: Obeležja situacija u kojima dolazi do krivičnih dela na štetu policijskih službenika
Characteristics of the Situations Where Police Officers are Victimisated
Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2103329P

2021 – No 2 Challenges of victim support:

Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović: Rasprostranjenost, oblici, karakteristike i novi obrasci viktimizacije u Srbiji tokom pandemije COVID-19
Scope, Forms, Characteristics and New Patterns of Victimisation in Serbia During COVID-19 Pandemic
Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2102143N
Manjinder Gulyani: Social and Jurisprudential Explorationof Victimisation of Health Care Workers during
COVID-19 Pandemic

Sociološko i pravno istraživanje viktimizacije zdravstvenih radnika tokom pandemije COVID-19
Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2102177G
Ljubinka Lazić: Nasilje u porodici kao rizični faktor za pojavu i razvoj poremećaja ponašanja djece
Domestic violence as a Risk Factor for the Occurrence and Development of Behavioural Disorders in Children
Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2102201L
Shabir Ahmad Najar
Wakar Amin Zargar
Shazia Manzoor
Aadil Bashir
Bilal Ahmad Khan:
Living Conditions of Informal Workers: A Sociological Study of Brick Kiln Workers in District Budgam of Kashmir Valley
Uslovi za život neformalnih radnika: Sociološka studija radnika u ciglanama u okrugu Budgam u dolini Kašmir
Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2102217N

2021 – No 1 COVID-19: Victimization Patterns and Victims’ Rights:

Vasiliki Artinopoulou: Domestic Violence: Evidence-based Policies Before and During the Pandemic in Greece
Nasilje u porodici: Politike zasnovane na dokazima pre i tokom pandemije u Grčkoj
Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2101003A
Irma Kovčo Vukadin
Dora Škarica:
Obiteljsko nasilje u vrijeme pandemije COVID-19: Stavovi hrvatskih studenata
Domestic Violence During the COVID-19 Pandemic:Attitudes of Croatian Students

Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2101025K
Dževad Mahmutović
Sanja Škuletić-Malagić:
Nasilje u porodici u doba pandemije COVID-19 u Bosni i Hercegovini
Domestic Violence at the time of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2101055M
Nikica Hamer Vidmar: Podrška žrtvama i svjedocima u Republici Hrvatskoj u uvjetima pandemije COVID – 19 virusa
Support to Victims and Witnesses in the Republic of Croatia during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2101075H
Vesna Miletić-Stepanović: Socijalni prostor predškolskih ustanova kao činilac rodne ravnopravnosti
Social Space of Preschool Institutions as a Factor of Gender Equality

Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2101099M

2020 – No 3 Child victims:

Tanja Ignjatović: Assessments of the Social Welfare Centers on the Consequences, Security Risks and Recovery Needs of Children Witnesses of Violence in Parental Relationships
Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2003307I
Nikola Paunović: The Protection of Children Victims of Electronic Harassment in Criminal Law: Controversial Issues and Possible De Lege Ferenda Amendments
Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2003333P
Bojana Tankosić
Ivana Milosavljević–Đukić:
Why do Children Remain Silent about Sexual Abuse?
Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2003353T
Milutin A. Popović
Svetlana Tomić:
Types of Fear, Ethics and Aesthetics of Terror, and the Politics of Emotions in the Album of Female Prisoners
Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2003371P
Nikola M. Petrović
Nina Lalević:
Psychological Crisis Interventions with Victims of the Coronavirus Pandemic
Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2003407P

2020 – No 2 Victimization in institutions:

Sanja Ćopić, Bejan Šaćiri: Stavovi stručnjaka i stručnjakinja u Srbiji o rodnoj ravnopravnosti i rodno zasnovanom nasilju: Rezultati istraživanja
Attitudes of Professionals in Serbia on Gender Equality and Gender-based Violence: The Research Results
Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2002169C
Nataša Todorović, Milutin Vračević, Bosiljka Đikanović, Bojana Matejić: Učestalost i tipovi zlostavljanja starijih osoba u Srbiji
Frequency and Forms of Elder Abuse in Serbia

Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2002203T
Oluyemi O. Akanni, Nosa G. Igbinomwanhia: Psychiatric Defence of a Nigerian Minor with Intellectual Disability and Co-morbid Mental
Illness: An Exploration into Legal Grounds
Odbrana maloletnih učinilaca krivičnih dela sa komorbiditetom intelektualne ometenosti i
psihijatrijskih poremećaja u Nigeriji: Analiza pravne osnove
Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2002229A
Jovana Bokan: Medijsko izvještavanje o nasilju nad ženama u Bosni i Hercegovini
Media Reporting on Violence against Women in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2002241B
Lazar Đoković: Medijska viktimizacija okrivljenog kroz povređivanje pretpostavke nevinosti
The Media Victimisation of the Defendant through the Violation of the Presumption of Innocence

Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2002271D

2020 – No 1 Victimization and Diversity:

Mally Shechory-Bitton, Lea Jaeger: The Role of Sexual Orientation in Differentiating between Perceptions of Rape Myths, Gender Role Stereotypes and Social Distance: The Case of Israel
Uticaj seksualne orijentacije na percipiranje mitova o silovanju, rodnih stereotipa i socijalne distance: Slučaj Izraela
Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2001003S
Irma Kovčo Vukadin: LGBT žrtve nasilja: Pregled europskih spoznaja, politika i praksi
LGBT Victims of Violence: An Overview of European Knowledge, Policies and Practices
Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2001027K
Zorica Mršević: Izazovi i perspektive „duginih porodica” u Srbiji
Challenges and Perspectives of “Rainbow Families“ in Serbia
Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2001057M
Konstantinos I. Panagos: Victim’s Interests and the Role of Probation Officers in Victim-offender Mediation: Theoretical Analysis and the Greek Juvenile Justice System
Interesi žrtve i uloga probacijskog službenika u procesu posredovanja između žrtve i učinioca: Teorijska analiza i sistem maloletničkog pravosuđa u Grčkoj
Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2001079P
Anamaria Drožđan-Kranjčec, Maja Mamula: Unapređenje sustava pomoći i podrške žrtvama i svjedocima/kinjama kaznenih djela – Uloga
organizacija civilnog društva u Hrvatskoj
Advancement of the Assistance and Support System for Victims and Witnesses of Criminal Offences – The Role of Civil Society Organizations in Croatia
Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2001107D
Filip Mirić: Novi pravni režim poklona iz zahvalnosti pacijenata zdravstvenim radnicima u Republici Srbiji
New Legal Status of Patients’ Gratitude to Medical Workers
Full text: https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2001125M

2014 – No 1 Victims and contemporary responses to crime:

between protection and misuse:

Snežana Soković:

Victims and contemporary tendencies in crime control
Axelle Reiter: Victims of human rights violations and victims of human rights restrictions
Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović: Yoga and victims

Slobodanka Konstantinović Vilić, Natalija Žunić:

Female alcoholism: Gender differences as victimogenic predispositions

Zorica Mršević:

Femicide in media

Jasna Hrnčić, Tatjana Rajić:

Victims’ relation towards the offence and victim-offender mediation

Milan Klisarić, Aurelija Đan:

Relationship between the police and crime victims: an analysis of the process and the level of satisfaction with police work

Olivera Isaković, Ivana Mihić, Tijana Karić:

Experiences of punishment by parents during childhood: a retrospective study

Una Radovanović, Milica Popović:

VDS info and support service: the analysis of the Service’s work in 2012

Ljiljana Stevković, Sanja Ćopić:

XIII Annual Conference of the ESC “Beyond punitiveness: Crime and crime control in Europe in a comparative perspective”

Zorica Jankov:

V. Nikolić-Ristanović (ur.)
Crime recording: experiences from the world and Serbia

 

2014 – No 2 Implementation of Anti-Discrimination Policies in Serbia:

Mirjana Dokmanović: Mechanisms of Improving Institutional Capacities of the State to Prevent Hate Speech and Hate Crimes
Nevena Petrušić: Legal Status, Role and Competencies of the Commissioner for Protection of Equality
Zorica Mršević: On the Strategy of Prevention and Protection against Discrimination as the Basic Document of the State’s Anti-Discrimination Policy
Radomir Zekavica: Perception of Police on Discrimination in Serbia

Mario Reljanović:

Implementation of Anti-Discrimination Legislation in the Sphere of Labor

Maja Branković Đunđić:

The Impact of Public Policies on Economic Empowerment of Women in Serbia
Tijana Karić, Biljana Rašković-Živković, Vladimir Mihić: Social Distance Towards Female Sex Workers and its Relations to Authoritarianism, Social Dominance Orientation and Self-Respect
Bejan Šaćiri: Fourth Annual Conference of the Victimology Society of Serbia „Victims and Contemporary Responses to Crime: Between Protection and Misuse“
Aleksandra Aranđelović: V.Nikolić- Ristanović, S. Ćopić, J. Nikolić, B.Šaćiri: Discrimination against Women at the Labor Market in Serbia

2013 – No 1 Victims and contemporary social context: theory, practice, and activism:

Nadia Wager:

The experience and insight of survivors who have engaged in a restorative justice meeting with their assailant
Marissabell Škorić: Sex and Gender Characteristics in the Criminal Code of the Republic of Croatia with special reference to the criminal offences of rape and domestic violence
Axelle Reiter: Victims of ’private’ crimes and application of human rights in interpersonal relations

Zorica Mršević:

Victims of peer violence

Ivana Stevanović:

Children involved in the life and work on the streets as victims of exploitation and abuse

Ana Batričević:

Environmental criminal offences – victimless crimes?

Nataša Tanjević, Filip Mirić:

Suppression of discrimination against people with disabilities an the field of labor and employment – situation and prospects

Vida Vilić:

Cyberstalking victimization

 

2013 – No 2 Victimization of persons with mental difficulties:

Paolo Serra:

Martyrs of the psychiatric hospitals
Aleksandar Dimitrijević, Anja Živković, Maša Božović: Substance abuse as a cause of violence in persons diagnosed with shizophrenia
Nikola M. Petrović, Bejan Šaćiri: History of the treatment of persons with psychological difficulties in Serbia and the abuse of their civil rights
Mia Popić, Snežana Antičević: Stigmatization towards persons with mental and intellectual difficulties

Zorica Mršević:

Transsexuals and families – between discrimination and inclusion

Nataša Hanak, Lazar Tenjović, Veronika Išpanović-Radojković, Ana Vlajković, Mirjana Beara:

Epidemiological research of violenxce against children in families in Serbia
Nikola Petković, Zoran Pavlović, Ljiljana Stevković: The attitudes of professionals towards implementation of the registry of offenders of sexual abuse of juveniles
Karolina Lendák-Kabók: Women in parliaments in the Republic of Serbia
Melanija Jančić: Freedom of peaceful assembly and prohibition of discrimination on the basic of sexual orientation

 

2013 – No3-4 Victimization and Offending Overlap – Intercultural contexts and victimization:

Ljiljana Stevković: When a victim becomes violent perpetrator – violent victimization in childhood, violent criminal behavior in adulthood
Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović, Bejan Šaćiri: Dealing with interethnic conflicts by civil society in Serbia: activities and discourse
Sanja Ćopić: Activities and the discourse of the state agencies and institutions in Serbia in dealing with interethnic conflicts
Héra Gábor: Roma and non-Roma conflicts in the light of power relations

Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović, Una Radovanović, Milica Popović:

The Kosovo Memory Book as an example of the recording of war victimisation: methodology and importance for establishing the facts about the past, collective memory and reconciliation

Mirjana Vuksanović:

The consequences of mobbing and possibilities of their measurement
Marijana Šuleić: Gender implications of illiteracy: dimension of illiteracy and it’s victims
Gordana Marčetić Radunović, Jasna Hrnčić, Nevenka Žegarac: Psychometric Characteristics of the Scale for Assessment of the Risk of Children and Juveniles for Conflict with the Law

 

2012 – No 1 Victims of crime and war: international and national context:

Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović:

Different understandings of the notion of victim and their consequences on the social attitude towards victimization
Nataša Mrvić-Petrović: Crime victims’ right to compensation
Michael Humphrey: Victims, Civil Society and Transistional Justice in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Estela Valverde:

Constructing victimhood in post-Franco’s Spain: the recovery of memory by the grandchildren of victims of the Civil War and dictatorship

Geoffroy Lorin de la Grandmaison:

International Criminal tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), the forensic pathologist and ethics

Zorica Mršević:

Media approach to gender-based violence

Oliver Bačanović, Nataša Jovanova:

Victimological aspects of judicial verdicts

Milanko Čabarkapa:

Stress and psychological trauma in the workplace and the right to compensation for non-material damage

Axelle Reiter:

Victims’ rights, international wrongs, and restorative justice: How to square the circle of accountability and redress for international crimes?

Dragan Obradović:

Protection of victims and goods in the criminal offences against road traffic safety from the aspect of the environment’s protection

Michelle Veljanovska:

The consequences of judicial obligations as a politics of transition in post-war Serbia, Bosnia and hercegovina and Croatia 

Nikola Petrović, Bejan Šaćiri, Tamara Kljajić:

Victims of bad psychotherapeutic practice

Filip Mirić:

Legal protection of elderly persons and risk of their victimization by criminal acts with elements of domestic violence

Dane Subošić, Saša Mijalković: 

Contribution of the police negotiating team to the protection of human rights in specific security situations

 

2012 – No 2 United Nations and the global challenges of crime:

Eduardo Vetere: In honor and tribute to Dušan Cotič- Last chairman of the glorious United Nations Committee on crime and prevention & control
Matti Joutsen: Dušan Cotič and the European Institute: Bridging the Gap
Anna Alvazzi del Frate: Across the borders in search of best practices: International comparative criminology at the UN
Michael Platzer, Brad Popović: Dušan Cotič- friend, mentor, scholar, and the man of action

Slawomir Redo:

From the Universal to the Particular through intercultural United Nations crime prevention law and practice

Dimitri Vlassis:

The United Natins convention against corruption: a successful example of international action against economic crime
Victimology: theory, practice, activism:
Jo-Anne Wemmers: Victims’ rights are human rights: The importance of recognizing victims as persons
Kauko Aromaa: Victimisation surveys- what are they good for?
Ljubo Bavcon:
Human freedom and/or safety
Momčilo Grubač:
Procedural and legal status of the injured party according to the new Criminal Procedure Code of the Republic of Serbia
Alenka Šelih:
Victimological research in Slovenia
Oliver Bačanović:
The development of victimology in Macedonia
Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović:
Development of Victimology in Serbia
Natti Ronel, Tyra Ya’ara Toren:
Positive Victimology- An innovation or “more of the same”?
Gerd Ferdinand Kirchhoff, Nazia Khan:
Limits to Tolerance: Tribal Social Order versus Human Rights
Sanja Ćopić:  Development of the contemporary concept of restorative justice: towards increased visibility of crime victims 

 

2012 – No3 Crime data recording and victims:

Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović: German experiences in documenting and presenting information about past crimes to the public
Saša Mijalković: Current methodology of recording violent crime in the records of the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Serbia
Ivana Stevanović: Steps towards improving the system of records, collection and monitoring of data relevant to statistics within the system of juvenile justice in the Republic of Serbia
Danica Vasiljević-Prodanović: Concentration of crime as a measure of repeat victimization

Liljana Stevković:

Place of the victims in records of violence against children

Nataša Rajić:

The normative framework of the protection of personal data in the field of (bio)medicine
Vladislava Gordić Petković: Gender roles and gender stereotypes in teaching literature
Aleksandar Radovanović: War Brought Home: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in the Post-Vietnam America through the Documentary Form of Emily Mann’s play Still Life
Antonela Arhin: Conceptualizing Child Labour Trafficking and Exploitation: The Case of Roma Children in Montenegro
Bajo Cmiljanić: Taking of hostages as an offence in international law and Serbian regulations 

 

2012 – No 4 Women and prison:

An Nuytiens, Jenneke Christiaens: Female Offenders’ Pathways to Prison in Belgium
Sanja Ćopić, Bejan Šaćiri: Women in prison in Serbia: living conditions for female prisoners in the Correctional Institution for Women in Požarevac
Sanja Ćopić, Ljiljana Stevković, Bejan Šaćiri: The treatment and the realization of the female prisoners’ rights in the Correctional Institution for Women in Požarevac
Milica Kovačević: Women in the penal system according to the Bangkok Rules

Una Radovanović, Milica Popović:

Homosexual relationships in women’s prisons: deviation or deprivation?

Jasmina Nikolić, Mirjana Tripković:

Support for women in prison: Analysis of the VDS info and victim support service in 2011
Dragana Batić: Resilience of refugee families
Nataša Tanjević: Society as a victim of corruption: Political corruption in Serbia as an obstacle on the road to membership in the European Union
Zoran Kesić: Race and ethnicity as a victimogenic predisposition of exceeding and abuse of police authority
Jelena Stefanović, Snežana Vidanović, Dušan Todorović: Sex roles and attitudes toward gender roles of people within higher education
Marta Tomić: The integration of women and the effects of the “glass ceiling” in the police profession

 

2011 – No 1 Victims and restorative justice:

Ivo Aertsen, Daniela Bolívar, Vicky de Mesmaecker, Nathalie Lauwers:

Restorative justice and the active victim: exploring the concept of empowerment
Borbála Fellegi: Building and toning: An analysis of the institutionalisation of mediation in penal matters in Hungary
Emir Ćorović: Settlement between the offender and the victim according to the Criminal Code of Serbia

Brunilda Pali, Karin Sten Madsen:

Dangerous Liaisons?: A Feminist and Restorative Approach to Sexual Assault

Ana Pajvančić-Cizelj:

Gender and development

 

2011 – No 2 Society as a victim:

Dragana Batić, Iskra Akimovska-Maletić: Gender regimes and the challenges of macroeconomic paradigm in Serbia in the light of the global financial crisis
Rajko Macura, Slavoljub Vujović, Đuro Mikić: Society as a victim of bearers of economic and political power
Nikolina Grbić-Pavlović: The prohibition of financing of terrorism in the light of international law and regulations of the Republic of Serbia
Ana Batričević: Society as a crime victim of legal entities

Filip Mirić:

Support for victims of crime: analysis of the VDS info and victim support service in 2010

 

2011 – No3 Children: perpetrators of violence, victims, observers:

Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović: Protection of children of divorced parents who are victims of emotional abuse
Saša Mijalković: Psycho-social impacts of virtual communication
Ivana Stevanović: Penalty responsibility of juveniles in the Republic of Srpska
Danica Vasiljević-Prodanović: Children and animal abuse- criminological, victimological and criminal justice aspects

Liljana Stevković:

Components of emotions in the personality structure of juveniles with delinquent behavior

 

2011 – No 4 Hate crimes:

Theo Gavrielides: Restorative practices & hate crime: Opening up the debate
Jovan Ćirić: Hate crimes- American and Balkan experience
Milena Tripković: Expansion of hate: Essential features of mass hate crimes
Milica Kovačević: Hate crimes and normative regulation

Vesna Madžarac, Jelena Vukotić:

Bibliography of the journal Temida (1998-2010)

 

2010 – No 1 Reconciliation:

Michael Humphrey:

The politics of trauma and reconciliation
Stephan Parmentier, Marta Valiñas, Elmar Weitekamp: Restoring justice in Serbia- Reconciliation and restorative justice in post-war context
Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović, Jelena Srna: Reconciliation with oneself and with others- From approach to model

Nikola M. Petrović:

Research about the most adequate forms of remembering the past and ways of establishing trust in the former Yugoslavia

Novica Kostić:

War veterans as peace builders

 

2010 – No 2 Victims of discrimination:

Sanja Dimoski: Historical approach to the treatment of people with disability as an indicator of their social positioning
Marta Tomić: Women, professorship and unequal opportunities
Jelena Dimitrijević: Violence against women with disabilities
Jasmina Nikolić, Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović, Nikola M. Petrović: Available services, capacity to help victims of domestic violence in Vojvodina and the awareness and satisfaction of women with these services

Tanja Ignjatović:

Indicators for the assessment of professional response in situations of partner violence

Jelena Srnić:

Students’ Articles: Abuse of the elderly

 

2010 – No3 Restorative justice between theory and practice:

Oliver Bačanović: Restorative justice in Macedonian criminal legislation and difficulties in its implementation
Vera Despotović-Stanarević, Tamara Džamonja- Ignjatović: Possibilities and restrictions of the implementation of mediation in domestic violence cases
Vesna Stefanovska: Police restorative approach in the juvenile justice system
Danica Vasiljević-Prodanović: Restorative justice within the criminal justice system

Tatjana Đurić-Kuzmanović:

Regulation vs. reality in Serbia- Gender equality, economy and state

Vesna Baltezarević, Radoslav Baltezarević:

Corporate submissiveness

Danica Radaković:

Victims of crime, with special emphasis on victims of work abuse and domestic violence- analysis of the Service VDS info and victim support for 2009

 

2010 – No 4 Violence against children:

Jelena Srna, Ivana Stevanović: The problem of corporal punishment of children and role of experts in its solving
Nataša Tanjević: Legal protection of child victims of sexual violence in Serbia
Ivana Stevanović, Jelena Srna: Elimination of corporal punishment of children as a human right
Nada Banjanin-Đuričić: Pupils have rights too

Nikola Petković, Mirjana Đorđević, Vasilije Balos:

Public attitudes toward the phenomenon of child sexual abuse in Serbia

 

2009 – No 1 Structural victimization:

Dina Siegel:

Human trafficking and legalized prostitution in the Netherlands
Velibor Lalić, Želimir Kešetović: Anthropology of sexual exploitation
Ljiljana Stevković: Trafficking in human organs

Zorica Mršević:

Different families, same love- challenges of the 2008

 

2009 – No 2 Mobbing:

Vesna Baltezarević: Business communication and mobbing
Mirjana Tripković: Psychological abuse in the work place: the analysis of the VDS info and victim support service’s work in 2008

Tanja Ignjatović:

Professionals’ conduct as a condition for minimizing secondary victimization of the victims of domestic partnership violence

Jelena Perišić:

Pretrial detention and alternate methods of securing the presence of the accused during the criminal procedure

 

2009 – No3 Cyber victimization:

Debarati Halder, Karuppannan Jaishankar: Cyber Socializing and Victimization of Women
Ivana Stevanović: Criminal acts related to the exploitation of child pornography through abuse of computer systems and networks (international and domestic criminal legislation framework)
Branislava Popović-Ćitić: Cyber space bullying

Dejan Vuletić:

Human organ trafficking in the cyber space

Nikola M. Petrović:

Attitudes of youth towards cyber vandalism

Marina Kovačević-Lepojević, Borko Lepojević:

Victims of cyberstalking in Serbia

 

2009 – No 4 Victimless crime:

Mirjana Dokmanović: Corruption as a „white-collar crime”- international legal instruments on public accountability of public officials
Petrus van Duyne, Elena Stocco, Miroslava Milenović: Corruption in Serbia: uique or a shared Balkan disease?
Nada Polovina, Ivana Đerić: Parental education and exposure of female and male students to bulling in school environment
Vesna Baltezarević: Social group and mobbing

Milica Kovačević:

Hate crimes

 

2008 – No 1 Legal protection of victims:

Ivanka Marković:

Legal protection of victims of domestic violence in Republica Srpska
Oliver Bačanović: Legal protection of victims under Criminal law in the Republic of Macedonia
Katja Filipčić: The position of crime victims in legislation of the republic of Slovenia

Hidemichi Morosawa:

Toward Establishing basic Rights of Victims in Japan

 

2008 – No 2 Stigmatizion:

Aleksandar Jugović: Stigmatization as a social process

Sanja Milivojević, Sharon Pickering:

Football and sex: the 2006 FIFA Worl Cup and sex trafficking
Ivana Stevanović: Protection of the child right to privacy in a criminal procedure and media reporting

 

2008 – No3 Special Issue: Gender, education and human rights:

Nevena Petrušić, Slobodanka Konstantinović-Vilić, Natalija Žunić: Legal clinic- gender sensitive teaching method for law students
Danijela Gavrilović: Education and training as prerequisites for overcoming the difficulties in the implementation of ethical and legal norms concerning gender equality in a social environment
Danijela Spasić: The place of women in police education: the situation and perspective of women’s human rights

Kumaravelu Chockalingam, Murugesan Srinivasan:

Perception of Victim Treatment by Police and Courts: A Study among University Students in India and Japan

Marina Kovačević-Lepojević, Danica Radaković:

VDS info and victim support service- the analysis of the Service’s work in 2007

Ivana Vučković:

Students Articles: Victims of gender-based violence and their legal protection in Serbia: in relation to men’s violence against women

 

2008 – No 4 Trafficking in people:

Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović: Structural victimization and trafficking in people in Serbia: coping strategies and criminalization risks
Zdravko Skakavac, Tatjana Simić: Human trafficking in domestic legislature
Sanja Ćopić: Routes of human trafficking in Europe and the position of Serbia on them
Biljana Simeunović-Patić: Recognizing the trafficking in human beings victimization

Predrag Popović:

Student’s Articles: Victims of gender-based violence and their legal protection in Serbia

 

2007 – No 1 Restorative justice and victims’ rights:

Miomira Kostic, PhD:

Setting Standards of Restorative Justice

Dragan Jovašević, PhD:

New solutions in the juvenile criminal law in the light of the restorative justice
Sanja Ćopić, LL.M: Term and basic principles of restorative justice
Miladinović Dušica: Pardon in the light of Restorative Justice

Snežana Savić:

Restorative justice and the Law on juvenile offenders and criminal protection of juveniles of the Republic of Serbia from the perspective of judicial practice

 

2007 – No 2 Victim assistance and support:

Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović, PhD: Development of services for crime victims in Serbia
Sanja Ćopić, LL.M: Victim support services in Serbia: survey results
Jasmina Nikolić: Services for children and specialized organization for disabled persons and Roma in Belgrade

Marina Kovačević:

VDS info and victim support service – the analysis of the Service’s work
Murugesan Srinivasan
Jane Eyre Matehew:

Victims and the Criminal Justice System in India: Need for a Paradigm
Shift in the Justice System

 

2007 – No 3 Mental disorders and victimization:

Zoran ĆIRIĆ, PhD: Victimisation of psychiatric patients
Zoran RADIVOJEVIĆ, PhD
Nebojša RAIČEVIĆ, LL.M:
International protection of persons with mental disabilities
Nevena PETRUŠIĆ, PhD: The procedure of involuntary hospitalization of persons with mental disorder in light of the human rights protection standards
Nataša MRVIĆ-PETROVIĆ, PhD: Position of persons with mental disorders in penal law
Goran OBRADOVIĆ, PhD: The right to equal treatment in employment of persons with mental disorders

Zorica MRŠEVIĆ, PhD:

Gender equality and equal opportunity mechanisms in Italy

 

2007 – No 4 Victims of harassment:

Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović, PhD
Marina Kovačević-Lepojević:
Stalking: notion, characteristics and social responses
Dr.K.Jaishankar: Cyber stalking
Branislava TANASKOVIĆ
Milena RAČETA:
Survey on sexual harassment in public transportation in Belgrade
Mirjana TEJIĆ: Responsibility of Serbia for genocide – application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide
Danijela SPASIĆ: Depression as a cause and consequence of victimization

Nebojša MACANOVIĆ:

Role and importance of formal system in prison

 

2006 – No1 Alternative sanctions:

Nils Christie, PhD: Answers to losses
Antony Pemberton, M.A.
Frans W. Winkel, PhD and LLM
Mark S. Groenhuijsen, PhD and LLM:
Restorative justice and victims: not a self-evident relationship
Ljudmila Alpern: Mediation as a source of social development
Monika Platek, PhD: Obstacles to introduce Restorative Justice procedures and ways to overcome them from the experience of Polish Juridical Practice

Alenka Šelih, PhD:

Alternative sanctions and meausres in the criminal justice system of Slovenia

Božica Cvjetko:

lternatives to criminal procedure against juvenile and young adult offenders and alternative to criminal procedure in the cases of domestic violence
Nataša Mrvić-Petrović, PhD: Alternative sanctions and new legislation in the Republic of Serbia
Ivana Stevanović, M.A.: New legislation on juveniles: importance of alternatives to institutional treatment (in the light of the offender’s eintegration and victim’s empowerment)

VesnaNikolić-Ristanović, PhD
Sanja Ćopić, M.A.:

The position of victims in Serbia: criminal procedure and possibilities of restorative justice

 

2006 – No 2 Institutions and victims:

KARUPPANNAN JAISHANKAR, Ph.D.
VELMURUGAN UMA SANKARY
DHORABABU DHAYANAND, M.A.:

Victims of Attempted Murder in India:
An Analysis of Impact of Victimization and Responses of Criminal Justice System

Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović, Ph.D.
Marina Kovačević
Sanja Ćopić, M.A.:
Victimization and experience of crime victims with state institutions – the analysis of VDS info and victim support service’s data

Saša Mijalković, MA:

Possibilities of collecting evidence about crime act of sexual exploatation in human beings
Jelena Grujic: War veterans: factor of instability or factor of peace (building)

 

2006 – No 3 Health and victims:

Ruth Jamieson, MA
Dr Adrian Grounds:
Release and Adjustment after Long-term Imprisonment: Perspectives from Studies of Wrongly Convicted and Politically Motivated Prisoners
Bosiljka Đikanović: Victims and health – health consequences of violence against women

Ljiljana Stevković:

Gender equality and equal opportunity mechanisms in Italy

 

2006 – No 4 Viktimization on the Workplace:

Drenka Vuković, Phd: Mobbing on the Workplace
Andreja Kostelić Martić, M.Sc.: Mobbing prevention and types of assistance to the victims
Slađana Jovanović, MA
Biljana Simeunović-Patić, MA:
Protection against sexual harassment at work in the EU Law
Ljiljana Dobrosavljević-Grujić: Discrimination of women on work place – relation to maternity, disability and women’s health
Jelena Srna, Phd.
Lazar Tenjović, Phd.:
Myths about violence among judiciary professionals

Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović, PhD
Danijela Bjelić:

Association Joint action FOR truth and reconciliation: activities in 2006 and plans for the future

 

2005 – No1 Domestic violence:

Slobodanka Konstantinović-Vilić,PhD
Nevena Petrušić,PhD:
Police Response to Domestiv Violence-theretical framework and foreign exeperiences

Danka Radulović,PhD:

Charateristics and conseqences of psychopatic domestic violence
Vesna Miletić-Stepanović,M.A.: Violence against woman as the risk for social transformation
Saša Mijalković,MA: The forms trafficking in human beigns

Miomira Kostić,PhD
Radmila Đorđević:

Work with refugees-Special experience from the work with eldery people

 

2005 – No 2 Victims and legal system:

Gordana Lažetić-Bužarovska,Ph.D: New Macedonian legislation which improves the position of injured party
International Standards and Domestic Violence
Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović,PhD
Mirjana Dokmanović,MA:
Protection of juveniles-victims of abuse and neglect in Serbia

Ivana Stevanović:

Building a Forward-Looking Agenda for Transitional Justice in South Africa

 

2005 – No3 Children victimes:

Nevenka Žegarac,PhD: Child protection from trafficking in humans
Rokas Uscila,PhD: Research on children abuse in Lithuania and its importance for prevention juvenile crime
Sandra Sinobad: Characterististics of peer violence in schools

UNICEF BiH:

Save the Children Norway

 

2005 – No 4 Victimes and media:

Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović,PhD: Trafficing in people in Serbia: between moral panic and social strategy
Jelena Grujić: Serbian press about refugees: 1990.-2005.
Nataša Mrvić-Petrović.PhD: Media reporting and respect of human rights in criminal procedure
Nils Christie,PhD: Restorative and retributive justice in context of war and war crimes
Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović,PhD
Nataša Hanak,MA:
Association Joint action FOR truth and reconciliation:coordination of civil society initiatives and increasing of sotial visibility of Thitd way toward facing the past

Marco Palmieri:

The European Integration in Criminal Field The Europian Arrest Warrant

 

2004 – No1 Victims and organized crime:

Nataša Mrvić-Petrović: The difficulties of determining the notion of organized crime
Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović: Social construction of victims blame, with special emphasis on criminal procedure against accused for the assassination of Zoran Đinđić, the prime minister of Serbia
Milan Škulić, PhD: One view on the position of crime victim in criminal procedure for organized crime
Philippe CHASSAGNE
Kole GJELOSHAJ:
Violence and exploitation of young women: mobility and strenghtening of networks of Albanian prostitution

Ivana Vidaković:

The role of health care services in assisting victims of crime
Đorđe Alempijević M.D., Mr.Sci
Slobodan Savić M.D., Ph.D.,
Dragan Ječmenica M.D., Ph.D.,
Branimir Aleksandrić M.D., Ph.D.:
Clinical Forensic Medicine Exzamination of Trafficked Victims
Olivera Simonov: The position of victims and their legal representation in criminal procedures related to trafficking in people

Branislava Knežić,PhD:

From definition to the operacionalization,with emphasis on the research on violence

 

2004 – No 2 Marginals groups and victimization:

Miomira Kostić,PhD
Radmila Đorđević:
Victimization of old people as members of special marginal group
Laura Prescott: Veterans in an Unnamed War:Hidden Abuse,Truth-telling, Resistance and Recovery
Zorica Mrsevic,PhD: Parametars of social egsistence and social functioning of lesbians-lesbian body in processes of social interactions

Nevena Petrušić,PhD:

Mediaton as a method of solving legal disputes

 

2004 – No3 Victim support services:

Peter Dunn: Developing support service for victims of hate crime
Ilse Vande Walle: Supporting children-victims of crime,within victim support
Sanja Ćopić,M.A.
Jasmina Nikolić:
Service for victims of crime VDS info and victims’ support:analysis of the previous work
Ljiljana Dobrosavljević-Grujić,PhD: SOS hotline for women victims of discrimination at the workplace
Nadežda Ljubojev,PhD: The notion and consequences of emotion abuse of a child in the family

Suzana Ivanović:

Social identity of young women from countryside:The example of the village Dudovica-case study

 

2004 – No 4 War crime and colective remembering:

Alma Mašić: Prospective of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Goran Božičević: Positive steps turning into a process
Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović,PhD: Truth and reconciliation in Serbia
Gjylbehare Murati: The process of healing war wounds in Kosova/o
Brandon Hamber: Coming to terms with the conflict in and about Northern Ireland:Lessons from the Healing Through Remembring Project
Adnan Hasanbegović: Facing the past and peace building
Vera Kelava: The contribution of the Youth Communication Centre (YCC) to the peace building process in the area of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the region
Nada Golubović: Experiences in the reconcillation process-Period 1996-2004
Nataša Hanak,MA: Project From remembering the past toward a positive future:what kind of model of truth abb trust/reconciliation does Serbia need?
Marija Gajicki: New experience in the process of facing the past
Vladan Beara
Dr Predrag Miljanović
Boris Popov:
Why helping war veterans,at all?
Zdravko Marjanović: There is no solution without national strategy about truth and reconciliation
Bojana Kostadinović: Acttivities of NGO Initiatives in the field of truth and reconciliation
Danilo Rakić: The overview of the status and prospective of internally displaced persons on the territory of the former Yugoslavia
Dragan Aćimović: Some thouthts about remembering the past as the foundation of peace building
Tijana Milošević: Melting the ice-Project of students of American University in Bulgaria
Nikola Perušić: Atrocities in Vojvodina
Nenad Đurđević: Steps toward the establishment of dialogue in Kosovo-experiences of the Center for non-violent resistance
Martin Snoddon: Healing the Memories

Marian Liebmann:

Picturing truth and reconcilation

 

2003 – No1 Protection of victims and witnesses:

Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović PhD: Victim support and prevention of secondary victimisation: contemporary legal solutions and practic
Slobodan Savić PhD,Đorđe Alimpijević MA: Legislation regarding social protection of children and youth in Sweden with particular emphasis on protection from abuse and neglect

Sanja Ćopić MA:

Crime Victims in Criminal Justice System
Sanja Milivojević MA, Biljana Mihić: Non-governmental organizations assisting victims of crime in Belgrade – survey results
Ivana Vidaković: The role of health care services in assisting victims of crime

Jasmina Nikolić:

City Center for Social Work – Belgrade and assistance for victims of crime

 

2003 – No 2 Criminal offence domestic violence:

Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović, PhD: Family violence offence in a social contex and legal system of Serbia and Montenegro
Nataša Mrvić-Petrović, PhD: The need for change in administrative law from the aspect of prevention of domestic violence
Sanja Ćopić, MA: Violence in Countries of the Former Yugoslavia: review of the most important results of the surveys
Slobodanka Konstantinović- Vilić, PhD, Nevena Petrušić, PhD: Criminal Offence Domestic Violence – legal practice in Niš area
Jasmina Kiurski, MA: Domestic violence
Marija Anđelković: Practice of the City Magistrates in Belgrade regarding domestic violence
Ljiljana J. Simić: Domestic violence is a crime
Ivanka Marković, PhD: Implementation of the Domestic Violence law in the Republica Srpska
Radmila Sučević: Legal regulation of domestic violence in Croatia
Katie Zoglin: Helpful tools for criminal prosecution in domestic violence cases: same ideas from the United States of America

Sanja Milivojević, MA:

The response of the modern legal systems to domestic violence- comparative analysis of some of the european countries and New State USA

 

2003 – No3 Penal theory and practices:

Nils Christie: When is enought, enought? And what should the criminologist say?
Branislava Knežić PhD, Slađana Jovanović, MA: Robbery
Slađana Jovanović, MA: Possible changes in the legal concept of parole

Nataša Veselinović:

Trauma as comon denomination of sexual violence and victimisation

 

2003 – No 4 Victims and globalization:

Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović, PhD: Illegal markets, human trade and transnational organised crime
Mirjana Dokmanović, MA: Economic globalisation and paradoxes
Pam Alldred: Thinking globally, acting locally: womwn activits’ accounts
Biljana Simeunović- Patić, MA: Homicides in erbia Within the Context of Social Transition and War

Marija Anđelković:

Prostitution and (il)legal migration as possible hidden forms of trafficking in human beings – the analyses of the practice of the Magistrate Court in Belgrade

 

2002 – No 1 Trafficking in people:

Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović PhD: Trafficking in women in Serbia and neighboring countries:scope, characteristics and causes
Nataša Mrvić-Petrović PhD: Trafficking in human beings as a specific form of women’s migration

Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović PhD, Sanja Ćopić MA:

Criminal offence of trafficking in human beings – international documents, contemporary solutions in national legislations and Criminal Code of Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

 

2002 –No 2 Victim support services:

Milan Škulić PhD: Possibilities for improvement of the position of victims of trafficking in people within criminal procedure
Sanja Ćopić MA, Ivana Vidaković: Victim support Services in England, Wales and Northern Ireland
Sanja Milivojević: Safe Horizont- Victim Support Service in New York

Ivana Vidaković:

Crime victims ,emotional reactions and healing proces

 

2002 – No3 The violence:

Biljana Simeunović-Patić MA: Homicides Between Heterosexual Intimates: Criminological and Victimological Characteristics
Albert Dearing Phd: The Austrian Act on the Protection agains Domestic Violence
Sanja Milivojević: Mandatory arrest law in domestic violence cases and its implementation in New York City
Ivana Stevanović MA: Some issues of sexual violence agains children

Biljana Mihić:

Domestic Violence agains Children

 

2002 – No 4 Truth and reconciliation:

Ruth Jamieson, Keele University, UK: Denial, Acknowledgement and Reconciliation
Zoran Ilić PhD, Department for Stress, Institute for Mental Health, Belgrade, International Aid Network, Belgrade, Vesna Kesić, M.A: Truth and reconciliation: Yes, please! No, thank you!
Gerd Ferdinand Kirchoff, PhD From Denazification to Renazification: Experiences in Postwar Germany and Victimological Point of View on Truth and Reconciliation
Judith Armatta, J.D.: Truth and Justice: The Challenge for Victims at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia
Heidy Rombouts: Truth and Reconciliation: should the kez notions be revised? Experience fron South-Africa and Rwanda
David Wall: Northern Ireland and Truth and reconciliation Healing throught Remembering; The Story so Far
Vehid Šehić: The Precoditions for Reconciliation
Nebojša Petrović: Psychological basis of the reconciliation process
Biljana Bijelić: Failed Catharsis After the Second World War
Nada Golubović: Truth and Reconciliation
Dijana Đurić: Psychosocial reconciliation in the former Yugoslavia
Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović PhD: Specifities of victimisation in Serbia and its importance for truth and reconciliation process

Jelena Tošić MA:

Which model of truth and Reconciliation applies to former Yugoslavia? Some thoughts on the closing panel discussion

Contact

011 2288040

065 5486421

063 356613

E-mail: vdsrbija@gmail.com

www.vds.rs

Every working day from 10:00am to 20:00pm