- Sustainable Urban Development: The Role and Effects of the Urban Development Fund in Slovenia
- Cybersecurity in the Visegrad Group Countries
- Criterion "The Good of the Child" in the Legal Order: Between the Normative Structure and Judicial Case Law
Sustainable Urban Development: The Role and Effects of the Urban Development Fund in SloveniaSpotlight
The urban development fund is planned to finance sustainable urban projects in Slovenia with financial instruments such as loans, guarantees, shares and mezzanine loans. The purpose of the fund is to meet the needs for investments in urban development, which would not be profitable on the market, but have significant development potential. The fund can work in different ways, including a combination of EU funds. The fund will finance projects such as site restoration, water supply, waste management, sustainable mobility, digitization, restoration of cultural heritage, etc. Financing will...
Cybersecurity in the Visegrad Group CountriesSpotlight
To ensure a high level of cybersecurity, the legislator, both at the level of the European Union and within individual states of the Visegrad Group, has introduced certain solutions to adequately protect information systems, imposing an obligation to take measures to secure these systems against unauthorised interference. Incidents can significantly reduce the performance of information systems due to their vulnerabilities. Therefore, any duties connected with countering incidents which may compromise cybersecurity must be adequate to the importance of tasks performed using these...
Criterion "The Good of the Child" in the Legal Order: Between the Normative Structure and Judicial Case LawSpotlight
The good of the child in the course of the operative interpretation constitutes not only a theoretical and legal issue, but also a practical one. The "good of the child" is the basis for the formulation of numerous legal provisions, which seemingly do not refer to this criterion. However, important normative acts that indicate the presence of this category are: the Declaration of the Rights of the Child, adopted by the General Assembly of the League of Nations in 1924, the so-called Geneva Declaration and the Constitution of the Republic of Poland of 1997. The criterion of "the good of...
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