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Social construction of victim’s blame, with special emphasis on criminal procedure against accused for the assassination of Zoran in i , the prime minister of Serbia
Nikoli?-RistanoviVesna ?.
Temida , 2004, DOI: 10.2298/tem0401011n
Abstract: In this paper, the problem of victim blaming is analyzed, in general, and particularly, in the criminal procedure and through the media. Also, the attention is paid to the secondary victimization of family members of murder victims in general, and, especially, in criminal procedure, and when there is the tendency of blaming direct victim. In the first part of the paper the overview of existing theoretical knowledge is given. In the second part, the analyses of social construction of victim’s blame in the case of criminal procedure for the assassination of Zoran in i , the prime minister of Serbia, before and during the starting phase of the trial is done. Additionally, the impact that the entire social climate which accompany the trial can have on the victim’s family members as indirect victims is analyzed.
Victim support and prevention of secondary victimisation: Contemporary legal solutions and practice
Ristanovi?-NikoliVesna
Temida , 2003, DOI: 10.2298/tem0301003r
Abstract: The main aim of this paper is to assess results of victim oriented reforms in both international and national laws and practice, as well as to identify the best practice which may be used as a model for reforms regarding rights of crime victims in Serbia. Thus the solutions included in main international documents regarding crime victims as well as in European and US laws are analysed. On the bases of this analysis, the best practice as well as the relationship between it and the situation in Serbia is identified. Finally, the recommendations for changes of laws and practice, which would bring Serbia closer to best practice, are proposed.
Jasmina Dervi evi -Cesi : The river runs salt, runs sweet: A memoir of Vi egrad (Reka ivota te e as slano, as slatko - memoari iz Vi egrada), Eugen: Panisphere, 1994, str. 208
Nikoli?-RistanoviVesna ?.
Temida , 2004, DOI: 10.2298/tem0404092n
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German experiences in documenting and presenting information about past crimes to the public
Nikoli?-RistanoviVesna
Temida , 2012, DOI: 10.2298/tem1203005n
Abstract: This paper aims to present German experiences in documenting the crimes of the past using Berlin as a case study. The first part provides a brief overview of the history and the broader social context in which the process of dealing with the past took place in Germany in general, and in Berlin in particular, as well as the most important characteristics of data on crimes that were presented to the public. The second part provides an overview and analysis of the data presented in two memorials: the Topography of Terror and the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. These two memorials are examples of presenting information about war crimes that can be considered as fairly inclusive, thus the goal of their presentation is to highlight the potential that these approaches may have in creating a social memory and the overall attitude of society toward the past. The findings presented in this paper are the result of the research carried out by the author in Berlin in June 2011. [Projekat Ministarstva nauke Republike Srbije, br. 179044 Razvoj metodologije evidentiranja kriminaliteta kao osnova kreiranja efikasnih mera za njegovo suzbijanje i prevenciju]
Structural victimisation and trafficking in people in Serbia: Coping strategies and criminalisation risks
Nikoli?-RistanoviVesna
Temida , 2008, DOI: 10.2298/tem0804005n
Abstract: This paper tends to explore the relationship between structural victimisation and criminal behavior of people traffickers in Serbia. Looking for conditions under which people in transition and war affected societies create individual choices and motivations, the author attempted to contribute to better understanding of trafficking in people in Serbia, as the form of organized and professional crime, as well as survival strategy. The main theoretical departure of the analysis is economic approach to crime as well as concept of organized crime as criminal enterprise, which represents illegal counterpart of the legal enterprise. Trafficking in people is explored primarily from the prospective of labor market as well as criminal enterprise where division of jobs, status and power is organized in the similar way as in legal enterprise. In the concluding part, possible social responses are mapped which may be considered as alternatives or supplements to penalties for low level people traffickers.
Illegal markets, human trade and transnational organised crime
Nikoli?-RistanoviVesna ?.
Temida , 2003, DOI: 10.2298/tem0304003n
Abstract: In this paper the author explores, focusing largely on the example of the Balkans, the connection between the expansion of neoliberal market economy and war, and related to it the growth of illegal markets and the shadow economy, on one hand, and the victimisation by human trafficking, on the other. By locating human trade within expanding local and global illegal markets, the author is arguing that, without taking into consideration wider social contexts, which create structural incentives for illegal markets and transnational organised crime, we can hardly understand the causes, let alone build effective strategies to combat and prevent it. Consequently, on the basis of the analyses of human trade as a form of both transnational organised crime and illegal markets, some strategies (short-term and long-term) for the prevention and control of human trafficking on both the micro and macro level are suggested.
Family violence offence in a social context and legal system of Serbia and Montenegro
Nikoli?-RistanoviVesna ?.
Temida , 2003, DOI: 10.2298/tem0302005n
Abstract: In this paper author elaborates macro and micro factors which contribute to emergence/aggravation of family violence in a circumstances of social transition, as well as factors which contribute to better protection, assistance and support to victims of violence. Therefore, author presents historical development of lobbying for legal reforms regarding domestic violence, as well as importance and broader context of new incrimination - Domestic Violence - in the legal system of Serbia and Montenegro. Also, in this paper author presents basic principles of the New Model for legal protection from family violence, made by the working group of the Victimology Society of Serbia, describing legal situation that existed before these changes and legal protection of victims after the reform. Author also indicates to an incomplete legal protection of victims - lack of possibilities for arrest, protective measures, restraining orders, and (voluntary or mandatory) treatment of abuser. The importance of monitoring of implementation and further improving of this and other laws is stressed out as well.
Brienen M.E.I., Hoegen E.H.: Victims of crime in 22 European criminal justice systems WLP, Nijmegen, 2000
Ristanovi?-NikoliVesna
Temida , 2003, DOI: 10.2298/tem0301067r
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Truth and reconciliation in Serbia
Nikoli?-RistanoviVesna ?.
Temida , 2004, DOI: 10.2298/tem0404011n
Abstract: The paper provides a general review of the current situation concerning the truth and reconciliation in Serbia. The existing attitude toward the past in Serbia is examined through an analysis of relations toward it and through the analyses of bottom up and top-down initiatives. In this respect, the paper’s focus is on the following: the media, nongovernmental organizations the individual citizen, state organs, primarily the authorities and criminal justice system, and the international community. The citizens’ opinions that were brought out in the panel discussions organized by the Victim logy Society of Serbia, within the project From remembering the past towards a positive future, and that refer to the need for a process of truth and reconciliation and the obstacles and difficulties related to that, are pointed out as well. Particular attention is devoted to the obstacles and difficulties related to the absence of a clear position of the authorities to the counter-productive decisions of the international community and the still negative role of the media that fail to deal broadly with the issues of truth and reconciliation.
Specificities of victimization in Serbia and its importance for truth and reconciliation process
Nikoli?-RistanoviVesna ?.
Temida , 2002, DOI: 10.2298/tem0204067n
Abstract: In this paper the author analyses specificities of the situation in Serbia relevant for the discussion about possibilities of truth and reconciliation. These specificities include: the connection between past and present, the complexity of victimization and present political context. Special emphasis is put on the history of denial of crimes, multiple victimization and misuse of victimization of one’s own people as characteristics of entire Balkan region.
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