NEWS FROM SLOVENIA
|1. 10. 2009
The average gross monthly pay for women in Slovenia in 2007 was more than EUR 100 lower than that for men, representing 92.2% of the average gross earnings for men, down 0.9 percentage points year-on-year, according to the...
|29. 9. 2009
Permanent Representative of Slovenia to the Council of Europe and Chair of the Committee of Ministers’ Deputies, Ambassador Marjetica Bole, opened the exhibition “You See Me – I See You: Cultural Diversity in the Eyes of the...
|16. 9. 2009
From 1 to 15 October, the Council of Europe's headquarters in Strasbourg will be hosting the 'Ljubljana Process – Rehabilitating our Common Heritage' exhibition. As part of the programme of the Slovenian Chairmanship of the...
|27. 8. 2009
Transmission of press conferences following cabinet meetings available in sign language at www.vlada.si
Freedom of expression and access to public information are among the rights enshrined in Slovenia's constitution. In accordance with the government policy of ensuring that the deaf and hearing impaired are equally informed and...
|6. 7. 2009
Ambassador Veronika Stabej appointed President of the Board of Governors of the Anna Lindh Foundation
Brussels – The Board of Governors of the Anna Lindh Foundation (ALF), at a meeting in Brussels today, appointed Ambassador Veronika Stabej its new President for the next three years. The Anna Lindh Euro-Mediterranean Foundation...
|23. 6. 2009
Twenty-one Palestinian children from Gaza, most of them victims of the Israeli offensive in the area in January, have come to Slovenia for rehabilitation. The children, who were all seriously injured – some of them have injuries...
|22. 6. 2009
One of the priorities of the Slovenian Chairmanship of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe includes education on children's rights enshrined in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. The implementation...