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Slovenian regulatory dilemmas in the illicit drugs policy field
Deželan, Tomaž (Author)

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Abstract
Slovenska politika do prepovedanih drog izkazuje nekaj ključnih značilnosti sistemov blaginje držav Srednje in Vzhodne Evrope. Kot posledica marginalnega značaja politike prepovednaih drog v domala vseh demokratičnih družbah je regulacija tega javnopolitičnega prostora postala izziv sleherne javne oblasti, saj se skozi omenjeni proces zrcalijo najosnovnejše ideološke preference odločevalcev. Relativno novo javnopolitično področje prepovedanih drog, ki je v določeni meri determinirano tudi z urejanjem podobnih zadev v prejšnjem režimu, je postalo poligon, kjer si stojijo nasproti različne nadnacionalne pobude glede regulacije področja prepovedanih drog na eni strani ter lokalne iniciative, ki se odzivajo na specifične probleme posameznih lokalnih skupnosti, na drugi. V prispevku proučujemo slednje, pri čemer se posebej osredotočimo na lokalne akcijske skupine ter njihovo ambivalentno naravo, ki v veliki meri izvira iz nuje po finančni ter posledično vsesplošni stabilnosti delovanja. V prispevku namreč opozarjamo, da lahko previsoka stopnja institucionalizacije in odvisnosti od javnih sredstev negativno vpliva na odzivnost same organizacije ter vprašanje dolgoročnega obstoja le-te položi v roke javnih oblasti, hkrati pa uveljavi novega "vratarja" za ostale civilnodružbene organizacije znotraj lokalne javnopolitične arene.

Language:English
Keywords:illicit drugs, policy, civil society organisations, third sector, governance spaces, local action groups, public resources, Slovenia
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:FDV - Faculty of Social Sciences
Year:2009
Number of pages:Str. 294-315
Numbering:Letn. 46, št. 3
UDC:613.8:36(497.4)
ISSN on article:0040-3598
COBISS.SI-ID:2660040 This link opens in a new window
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Title:Teorija in praksa
Shortened title:Teor. praksa
Publisher:Visoka šola za politične vede
ISSN:0040-3598
COBISS.SI-ID:763652 This link opens in a new window

Secondary language

Language:Slovenian
Abstract:
Slovenian illicit drugs policy reflects several key characteristics of Central and Eastern European welfare systems. Due to the marginal character of illicit drugs policy in virtually every democratic society, regulation of the field has proven to be even more challenging since it reflects certain core ideological preferences of decision-makers. Being somewhat determined by the path taken for resolving similar issues in the previous regime, the relatively new policy field of illicit drugs has collided with certain supranational initiatives regarding the resolution of drug (ab)use on one hand, and local community initiatives responding to community needs on the other. We investigate the latter by focusing on Local Actin Groups and identify their amphibious nature which derives from the urge to secure funding and stability. Namely, their greater institutionalisation and dependence on public funds may compromise their responsiveness, introduce another gatekeeper for other civil society actors and eventually leave them to the mercy of local public authorities.

Keywords:prepovedane droge, politika, civilnodružbene organizacije, tretji sektor, lokalne akcijske skupine, javna sredstva, strategije države blaginje, Slovenija

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