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Slovenian regulatory dilemmas in the illicit drugs policy field
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 Action 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.
Ljubljana: Teorija in praksa.
/Teor. praksa, maj-jun. 2009, letn. 46, št. 3, str. 294-315. Download PDF.