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Criminal Justice and Security in Central and Eastern Europe : the United Nations sustainable development goals - rural and urban safety ans security perspectives
2023

Abstract: The fourteenth international biennial conference Criminal Justice and Security in Central and Eastern Europe, organised by the Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security, University of Maribor (UM FCJS) on 12–14 September 2023, is subtitled The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals – Rural and Urban Safety and Security Perspectives and addresses current challenges related to the UN SDGs and the provision of security in local communities. Topics of the conference are related to a research project of the UM FCJS on local safety and security – rural and urban perspectives (2019-20124) based on the UN SDGs that aim at the development of democratic societies trying to achieve seventeen ambitious goals globally. The conference is also a milestone that signifies thirteen years of membership of the UM FCJS in the United Nation’s Academic Impact Network (UNAI). The book of abstracts includes more than sixty abstracts of papers presented at the conference. The main topics of this year’s conference are rural criminology, criminal justice, policing, covid-19, crime, criminality, crime prevention, perception of crime, crime analysis, safety, security, community (oriented) policing, victimology and penology. Thanks for this great academic event go to the programme and organising committees, authors, participants and conference supporters nationally and internationally.
Keywords: Criminal justice, criminology, UN SDGs, local, security, local, urban, rural
Published in DKUM: 01.09.2023; Views: 259; Downloads: 33
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Sustainability topics integration in supply chain and logistics higher education : where is the Middle East?
Maja Rosi, Matevž Obrecht, 2023, original scientific article

Abstract: The global logistics industry has grown significantly in the last decade and has become essential to global business activities. In addition, the logistics industry is vital in transportation, urbanization in the Middle East, and transshipment through the Middle East. Due to their increasing importance and size, there is an increasing demand for adequately qualified people capable of managing the logistics systems and supply chains holistically and sustainably to avoid problems caused by unsustainable practices in mobility, transport, and supply chains. However, it is unclear whether the logistic and supply chain education of future leaders, managers, and engineers will follow SDG goals, the rise of new trends, and green technologies or lag behind. This paper pioneered a systematic approach and analyzed Middle Eastern countries regarding their sustainability integration into higher education programs related to supply chain management and logistics studies. It revealed enormous differences among countries and a lack of sustainability topics in most studied countries. Some countries are also significantly more oriented toward partial logistics challenges such as transport efficiency instead of sustainable supply chains, which are becoming critical challenges for the near future and must be accompanied by formal and life-long learning on sustainability-related topics. The circular economy and corporate social responsibility are especially neglected. It was also revealed that sustainability integration in higher education does not correlate with sustainability scores and the ranking of countries within the sustainability index.
Keywords: sustainability integration, Middle East, supply chain management, responsible logistics, education for SDGs
Published in DKUM: 25.07.2023; Views: 195; Downloads: 29
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7th FEB International Scientific Conference : strengthening resilience by sustainable economy and business - towards the SDGs
2023, proceedings

Abstract: Sustainability is an increasingly important mechanism for the resilience and competitiveness of economies and businesses in a dynamic and unpredictable global environment. The SDGs provide guidance for the implementation of sustainability in many areas of the social, economic and environmental activities of individuals, organisations and societies. The recent global health crisis, climate change and international geopolitical turmoil increase the importance of sustainability for societies and organisations and make it imperative to transform corporate business models towards sustainability. These developments are triggering changes in harmful socio-economic trends and in the determinants of global competitiveness of economies and businesses. The contributions in this Proceedings address the current economic and business challenges facing countries and businesses in the era of the new development paradigm, and cut across all fields of economics and business sciences.
Keywords: sustainable development, sustainability, SDGs, sustainable economy, sustainable business
Published in DKUM: 15.05.2023; Views: 380; Downloads: 43
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