- For Slovenia, it's important to ratify the 1961 UN Convention on the Reduction of Statelessness. After all, in the past Slovenia as part of Yugoslavia as well as after declaring independence in 1991 contributed to statelessness with its then normative citizenship framework.Neža Kogovšek Šalamon on statelessness
- In the political arena citizenship education is often reduced to homeland education. The competence to judge political matters is reduced to stressing the Slovene ethnogenesis, which is a very problematic reduction of the idea of citizenship.Mojca Pajnik, MMC RTV SLO
- The research work today is far from being dedicated to the issue of truth, it rather became an autopoietic function – of research itself.Vlasta Jalušić at the Round table of Free university about academic (in)equalityvideo
- If we want to change the existing inequalities between genders, gender equality must include all, women and men, by addressing different needs and specific situations of individuals.Živa Humer on gender equality
- The complex phenomena of nationalism and racism necessitate, alongside their historical, socio-economic and geographical characteristics, analysing also their intertwining and interdependence in the present.Veronika Bajt on contemporary nationalism and racism
- Opposite sex couples may marry on Saturdays in Ljubljana Castle, while same-sex couples may register on a weekday in some office in Mačkova street. This resembles the American racist policy which kept the whites in the front and the black in the back of the bus.Roman Kuhar on discrimination
- In order to achieve a more even and equitable distribution of goods, capital, or food, development policies and strategies are not enough. It is necessary to ensure policy coherence in all areas that have any influence on the development field or the development of "developing countries".Maja Ladić on development policies
- Neoliberalism sees economic growth and technological innovations as the only means of social progress. It overlooks that in last century important social innovations were inspired by civil society movements for equality like feminism, antiracism, fight for human rights, movements for the rights of gays and lesbians and people with disabilities.Majda Hrženjak on the progressiveness of equality
- 24. 3. 2015
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- 23. 3. 2015
A new publication co-written by Neža Kogovšek Šalamon and 4 other authors reveals that at least 70 national laws in Slovenia are discriminatory on the grounds of sexual orientation....
- 20. 3. 2015
The aim to celebrate and promote outstanding achievements of investigative journalists and improving the visibility of quality investigative journalism in the region.
The best response to hate speech is – speech
In January 2015, in the framework of the “Responding to Hate Speech – Activation of an Independent Conjunctive Body (ACT)” initiative, an Anti-Hate Speech Council commenced with its activites. More information
The project explores the opportunities for activist engagement, especially in the context of increased relevance of ICTs and social networking.
To build a comprehensive look on how the technological and social convergence of the media based on digitisation (trans)form processes of mediatisation.
DIKE – Empowerment of LGBT Persons and NGOs for the Elimination of Systemic and Structural Discrimination of LGB People, Enhancement of Active Citizenship, Rule of Law, Democracy and Social Justice
One of the project activities is the analysis of legal framework that is dealing or should be dealing with the situation of same-sex couples in Slovenia.
South East European Media Observatory: Building Capacities and Coalitions for Monitoring Media Integrity and Advancing Media Reforms (Phase 2)
The project nurture and foster prominent role of civil society in the media reform processes in the countries of South East Europe.
Cross-Border Experience: The Interfaces of the EU and the SEE Countries Enhancing a Successful Enlargement Process
Rethinking the concepts of multiculturalism, integration, tolerance and human rights and their meaning in contemporary society.
Public statements | 28/1/2015
Protest of the Peace Institute against the prosecution of journalists
Peace Institute strongly condemns the growing trend of repressive prosecution of journalists in Slovenia. (…) We expect the Minister for Justice and the government to immediately submit into the legislative process a proposal to amend the Penal Code, which will avoid continued prosecution of journalists. (…)
The White Paper, a document in five languages, contains an overview of all relevant fields of the EU law important for free movement of rainbow families.
Public service values in media and journalism are endangered and therefore need to be monitored and protected.
The author presents the critical views of women themselves, thereby unveiling the critical potential of plural life in Turkey.
Collection of scientific papers contains ten of eleven lectures of the 4th year of the Workers’ Punk University (Peace institute).
Collection of scientific papers contains four of five lectures of the 3rd year of the Workers’ Punk University (Peace institute).
Collection of scientific papers contains eleven lectures of the 2nd year of the Workers’ Punk University (Peace institute).