Alma Midžić

Alma Midžić has finished Faculty of Political Science in Sarajevo and European Regional Master’s Programme in Democracy and Human Rights in South East Europe. Topic of her MA thesis was: "Social movements and the struggle for the commons: The case of Croatia".  After completing this interdisciplinary master program she started working in Association for Culture and Art Crvena on the position of researcher. Focus of her work are urban issues in the city of Sarajevo and the problems of creation, transformation and dissolution of the commons in the city. She is very passionate regarding the protection of environment, actively involved in several groups that are struggling against building hydropower plants on our beautiful rivers.

Acces to water as constitutional right In 2016 Slovenia amended its constitution to make access to drinking water a human right protected under national law. The Slovenian parliament voted unanimously for this. Now all water resources are a public good managed by the state and nobody can gain...