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Legislative and judicial responses to the “refugee crisis” in Slovenia and Austria : a comparative perspective
Neža Kogovšek Šalamon, 2023, original scientific article

Abstract: The article compares key normative and judicial responses to the 2015–2016 “refugee crisis” in Slovenia and Austria. It does so by comparing the asylum statistics, the main changes to the legislation reflecting populist reactions to the “refugee crisis,” and judicial responses to these changes and reactions. The qualitative legal analysis is based on examples of the most important changes and responses. The article considers the populistic context of these changes, as discussed by some political scientists, who demonstrate that with the crisis, a new wave of populism—“the populist Othering of migrants”—emerged.
Keywords: refugee crisis, constitutional court, Slovenia, Austria, populism
Published in DiRROS: 24.10.2023; Views: 129; Downloads: 54
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Unfree wage labour
Maja Breznik, 2023, original scientific article

Abstract: The article develops the concept of ‘unfree wage labour’ that refers to a situation in which a worker must (temporarily and conditionally) give away possession of his labour power to a third party who then sells it to the buyers of labour power. From the perspective of contract freedom and legal equality, it seems irrelevant whether a worker sells his or her labour power to an employer or to an intermediary. However, there is no doubt that labour intermediation increases the economic dependence and social subordination of workers. First, given that the intermediary negotiates with the employer, the worker has a lower ability to influence the terms of employment. Second, given that he or she is a contract worker, they have a lower ability to engage in collective action in the company. Undoubtedly, this worker has significantly lower control over her or his working and living conditions. The question arises whether his or her contract freedom lessened to the extent that we can speak of unfree wage labour.
Keywords: unfree wage labour, unfree labour, subcontracting, labour intermediation, labour exploitation, neprostovoljno mezdno delo, nesvobodno delo, podizvajalci, posredovanje dela, izkoriščanje delovne sile
Published in DiRROS: 02.07.2023; Views: 237; Downloads: 103
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