Instituti për Kritikë dhe Emancipim Shoqëror

Reformat liberale në arsim dhe përpjekjet studentore për arsim publik falas

Libërthi që keni përpara jush është pasqyrim i disa prej ligjëratave të mbajtura nga delegatët e organizatave studentore rajonale në konferencën “Përpjekjet studentore për arsim publik falas” të organizuar nga Instituti për Kritikë dhe Emancipim Shoqëror me mbështetjen e Olof Palme International Center. Ky publikim përmban kontribute të rëndësishme studimore dhe praktike të aktivistëve të […]

“Universitari” student journal – triggering students’ critical thinking and active participation (2016-2018)

The Institute for Critique and Social Emancipation (ICSE) aspires to foster active participation and raise the emancipatory political consciousness of the subordinated and marginalized social groups, students included, as it stands for free public education and the democratization of universities. We regard the education as a public good and human right that should be accessible […]

“For the University” journal – triggering students’ critical thinking (2015)

This project aims at raising students’ consciousness about the structural problems of the university realm and their codetermination with the Albanian social formation in general. For raising student consciousness in our point of view, it is determinant the publishing of a biweeklyjournal whose main concern would be the exposition and analysing of students’ studying and […]

Workers’ rights in Albania – Triggering self-organization (2016)

For the last 23 years, since the fall of the so-called “communist” regime, Albania has been pursuing a neoliberal socio-economical restructuring, where traits of what Naomi Klein refers to as “shock doctrine” can be found. A massive and continuous wave of privatizations have swept almost all factories and publicly owned facilities, followed by a vast […]

Study of the conditions of the working class in Albania (2015) Shqip

For the last 23 years, since the fall of the so-called “communist” regime, Albania has been pursuing a neoliberal socio-economical restructuring, where traits of what Naomi Klein refers to as “shock doctrine” can be found. A massive and continuous wave of privatizations have swept almost all factories and publicly owned facilities, followed by a vast […]