Charter for a good city

Support to Ne davimo Beograd movement

This is an invitation to support Ne davimo Beograd movement in the fight to make Belgrade ours, make it free and GOOD, with your signature.

Ne davimo Beograd has shown commitment towards public interest over the years of fighting. Behind us is a large number of actions, protests, legal proceedings, complaints, public debates, or neighborly discussions. We stood up to hooligans and arrogant thugs when necessary, and raised our voices against injustice to stop crimes, thefts, plundering, sell-offs, evictions, pollution, and felling. We were always in places of misdoings, Savamala, Vinča, Košutnjak, Savski nasip, in parks, on construction sites, in front of the Government, the National Assembly, municipal police, courts, with comrades at Stara planina, in Niš, Zrenjanin, Novi Sad, Blace, Jagodina, Valjevo or Požega.

The plan for a GOOD CITY is a set of solutions that are supposed to return the management of Belgrade to the citizens and make Belgrade a just, solidary, and green city in which those who are vulnerable, poor, scared, or helpless right now would feel good as well.

A good city is a city in which all those who live in it have the main say, and not corrupt party cliques, suspicious investors, or organized criminals.

Ne davimo Beograd has been fighting for years to give the control back to the citizens, and it will fight for administrative decentralization and territorial reorganization of Belgrade. Decision-making and public resources management must be relevant to the citizens and in their interest.

A good city is a city for everyone, for those who live in it, work in it, study in it, or are just passing through. Equal rules and equal care for everyone, regardless of political beliefs, wealth, age, nationality, sexual orientation, or religion, are the principles Ne davimo Beograd consistently applies in its work, and will fight for their respect on all levels of city life organization, from public utility companies, kindergartens and schools, to institutions and authorities.

A good city is a just and solidary city in which no one’s rights and life prospects depend exclusively on material conditions. There are no redundant or homeless people in a good city, and that is why the first concern must be support and help for the most vulnerable. Everyone can live in it undisturbed, have living wages, and have job security based on labor rights. Kindergartens, schools, quality education, or efficient public transportation have to be equally accessible to everyone. None of it is difficult to achieve nor is it too expensive, and Ne davimo Beograd suggested how.

A good city is a green city, not a city that sells forests, shores, rivers, and public goods so that the eligible ones can earn selfishly. Ne davimo Beograd is fighting for water, air, green areas, and areas for enjoyment and recreation as common goods to be available to citizens and remain so for future generations.

In Ne davimo Beograd program, solutions for the improvement of our city have been elaborated in detail, and the movement has gathered a large number of people who are ready to dedicate their knowledge, energy, and time to it. We will soon face a new challenge. If the election conditions are satisfactory, we will nominate our policy for a good city. We have the right to optimism, without it being unfounded. The results of the elections in Belgrade may be the most important step in replacing the regime that has occupied our country. That is why we invite you to free our city together, put a stop to all harmful projects and build a GOOD CITY for future generations and us.

Your support for us means encouragement to continue down this road, and we would be happy if it meant to you even more, a willingness to participate and contribute to common goals.

Signatories of the CHARTER FOR A GOOD CITY in alphabetical order:

Adriana ZaharijevićInstitute for Philosophy and Social Theory
Aleksandar Nikolićbookseller and publisher
Aleksandra KrstićFaculty of Political Science
Ana MartinoliFaculty of Dramatic Arts
Ana MilojevićFaculty of Political Science
Aurelija Đanpsychotherapist
Biljana ĐorđevićFaculty of Political Science
Biljana KosanovićComputer Center of the University of Belgrade
Biljana StankovićFaculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Department of Psychology
Bob Živkovićcaricaturist
Bojan KovačevićArchitect
Bojana BodrožaFaculty of Philosophy in Novi Sad, Department of Psychology
Bojana Maljevicactress
Bojana Vunturiševićartist, musician
Borut Vildgraphic designer
Božena Stojićurbanist
Božo Koprivicawriter
Branimir Stojkovića retired professor from the Faculty of Political Science
Branislav Dimitrijevićart historian
Branka Katićcultural worker
Branko Golubović Golubsinger of the music band Goblins
Daniel Kovačmusician
Danijela Štajnfeldactress and film director
Dario Hajrićsociologist
Daško MilinovićDaško and Mlađa
Dejan Atanackovićwriter
Dejan IlićPublisher, Fabrika knjiga (Book fabric)
Dejan PavlovićFaculty of Political Science
Dijana Miloševićtheater director and art director of DAH theater
Đorđe Balmazović – Žoleartist, Škart collective
Đorđe PavićevićFaculty of Political Science
Dr Dubravka SekulićSenior Tutor, School of Architecture, Royal College of Art, London, UK
Dragan PopadićFaculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Department of Psychology
Dragan Protićartist, Škart collective
Dragan Todorovićjournalist
Dragica VujadinovićFaculty of Law, University of Belgrade
Dragoljub Bakićarchitect
Dragoljub Zamurovićfine art photographer
Dunja Blaževićart historian
Đurđa Timotijevićpsychologist
Dušan Čavićjournalist
Dušan PavlovićFaculty of Political Science
Dušan Šaponjamovie maker
Filip EjdusFaculty of Political Science
Galeb NikačevićTV host and producer
Gazela Pudar DraškoInstitute for Philosophy and Social Theory
Giša Bogunovićarchitect
Goran TomkaFaculty of Media and Communication, Singidunum University
Gordan Paunovićsocial activist
Gorica Popovićactress
Igor ŠtiksFaculty of Media and Communication
Ildiko ErdeiFaculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Department of Ethnology and Anthropology
Ilija Vujačića retired professor from the Faculty of Political Science
Irena FiketInstitute for Philosophy and Social Theory
Irena Molnaranthropologist
Irina Subotićart historian
Iva Čukićarchitect and urbanist
Ivan ĐorđevićInstitute of Ethnography SASA
Ivan Jevtovićactor
Ivan Lončarevićsports journalist
Ivan Milenkovićphilosopher and translator, editor at Radio Beograd
Ivan MiloševićIT expert
Ivan StanojevićFaculty of Political Science
Ivana KrstićFaculty of Law, University of Belgrade
Ivana Nenadovićtheater producer (Diem25)
Ivana PantelićInstitute for Contemporary History
Ivana Rašić – Sajsi MCmusician
Ivana SpasićFaculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Department of Sociology
Ivana Stepanović IlićFaculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Institute for psychology
Ivko Šešićfilmmaker
Jana Šarićsociologist
Janko Baljakdirector
Jasmina Moskovljević PopovićFaculty of Philology
Jelena ArsićFaculty of Law, Union University in Belgrade
Jelena Đorđevića retired professor from the Faculty of Political Science
Jelena JerinićFaculty of Law, Union University  in Belgrade
Jelena LončarFaculty of Political Science
Jelena PešićFaculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Department of Sociology
Jelena SimićFaculty of Law, Union University  in Belgrade
Jelena VasiljevićInstitute for Philosophy and Social Theory
Jelisaveta PetrovićFaculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Department of Sociology
Jovan TamburićUnion of military retirees
Jovana Timotijevićarchitect
Katarina LončarevićFaculty of Political Science
Lidija B. RadulovićFaculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Department of Ethnology and Anthropology
LP Duo Andrija Pavlovićmusician
LP Duo Sonja Lončarmusician
Mario ReljanovićInstitute of Comparative Law
Marjan IvkovićInstitute for Philosophy and Social Theory
Marko Aksentijevićpolitical scientist
Marko Lađušićartist
Marko Šelić Marčelomusician
Marko SimendićFaculty of Political Science
Maša Elezovićwomen’s rights activist
Mia Davidarchitect
Mirjana Ognjanovićliterary translation, journalist and writer
Mila Turajlićmovie director
Milan Podunavaca retired professor from the Faculty of Political Science
Milan PopadićFaculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Department of History of Art
Milan Vilotićfootball player, former captain of Crvena Zvezda
Milena Dragićević Šešićan emeritus professor from the University of Arts
Milica Pekićart historian
Milica Tomićartist, Institute for Contemporary Art, Graz
Miloš HrnjazFaculty of Political Science
Miloš VuletićFaculty of Philosophy in Belgrade,  Department of Philosophy
Mina PetrovićFaculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Department of Sociology
Minja Bogavacfilm director
Mirjana Đurđevićnovelist
Mirko FilipovićFaculty of Special Education and Rehabilitation
MjehurRadio host
Mladen Lazićan emeritus professor from the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Department of Sociology
Monika MilosavljevićFaculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Department of Archeology
Natalija MićunovićInstitute of Social Sciences
Nebojša DespotovićDuboka ilegala music band
Nebojša Krivokućaplaywright
Nebojša Milenkovićart historian and writer
Nebojša VladisavljevićFaculty of Political Science
Nenad M. Kostićchemist and a retired professor of American universities
Nenad MakuljevićFaculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Department of Art History
Nenad Marić – Kralj Čačkamusician
Nikola BeljinacFaculty of Political Science
Ognjen Glavonićmovie director
Olga Borovnicaspecialist in medical psychology
Olga ManojlovićInstitute for Recent History of Serbia
Pero ŠipkaCentre for Evaluation in Education and Science
Petar Janjatovićjournalist and music critic (the author of the yu rock encyclopedia)
Predrag CvetičaninFaculty of Arts, the University of Niš and University of Arts in Belgrade
Radan StojanovićFaculty of Medicine in Belgrade
Radina VučetićFaculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Department of History
Radmila Tomovićactress
Rodoljub Šabićlawyer
Sanda StankovićFaculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Institute for Psychology
Sanja IgumanInstitute for Philosophy and Social Theory
Sanja Petrović TodosijevićInstitute for Recent History of Serbia
Smiljka TomanovićFaculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Department of Sociology
Snježana MilivojevićFaculty of Political Science
Sonja Stojanović GajićPolitical scientist, researcher
Srbijanka Turajlića retired professor from the School of Electrical Engineering
Srdan Golubovićmovie director
Srđan Lukićpulmologist
Srđan MiloševićInstitute for Recent History of Serbia
Srđan ProdanovićInstitute for Philosophy and Social Theory
Srđan Valjarevićwriter
Staša BabićFaculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Department of Archeology
Stevan Filipovićfilm director
Stevan Tatalovićpoet
Svetislav KostićFaculty of Law, University of Belgrade
Vera BackovićFaculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Department of Sociology
Violeta BeširevićFaculty of Law, Union University in Belgrade
Višnja Kisićart historian
Vladimir Arsenijevićwriter, creative director of Association Krokodil
Vladimir Borovnicapsychologist
Vladimir Dragašlawyer
Vladimir Manigodapublisher, Kontrast publishing
Vladimir Milovanović – Kicošmovie director
Vojkan Arsićmovie director
Vukašin MilićevićFaculty of Orthodox Theology in Belgrade
Zagorka Aksentijevićphilosopher
Želimir Žilnikfilm director
Živorad Milenkovićmusician
Zoran StojiljkovićFaculty of Political Science
Zorica KuzmanovićFaculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Department of Archeology

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