Negative is a documentary film presenting stories of 11 asylum seekers living in Slovenia. They are from Afghanistan, Iran, Mongolia, Algeria, Syria, Georgia, Russia, Nigeria and Eritrea.
The interns have gained experience in research in the area of human rights, among others they have learned about the problems of the Erased.
Nineteen eminent Slovenian and foreign scholars discuss topical issues from the field of constitutional law.
Nils Muižnieks, Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, released a report following his visit to Slovenia earlier this year.
Lana Zdravković participates at the international conference 'Building Bridges in a Complex World', which is taking place at Crete in July.
The government has appointed her for a five-year term effective on 1 January 2018.
Our approach is inspired by the concept of intercultural media education, which includes the principles of equality, tolerance, social justice and solidarity.
The identification and training to the judiciary and judicial staff on the needs of victims.
The core of the project is undertaking observational research with police and lawyers on the practical application of the procedural rights of suspects during police detention.
IMPAIR: Enhancing Procedural Rights of Persons with Intellectual and/or Psychiatric Impairments in Criminal Proceedings: Exploring the Need for Action
The awareness and capacities of professional stakeholders involved in criminal proceedings to understand the complex situation and barriers of these persons.
Strengthening procedural rights in criminal proceedings: effective implementation of the right to a lawyer/legal aid under the Stockholm Programme
Understanding of the shortcomings and dysfunctions on the right of access to a lawyer, on the right to legal aid and to identify and promote examples of good practice....
The overall objective of the project is to increase the access to work and foster integration at the workplace for migrants with main focus on engaging with employers.
The goal is to present facts, explain changes in state policies and procedures used to “process” the refugees, and to analyse state, media and the general public’s responses.
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.
In this collection of papers authors from different European regions critically examine policy responses of different local, national or supranational, governmental or civil society, collective or individual policy actors...
Imagi_nation. Civil Identities and Rights in European Nation-States: Securing the Rights of Migrant Workers as a Contribution for Sustainable Peace-Building
This publication presents several insights into the mechanisms and procedures that form national identity and examines how they affect the broader political processes that shape democracy.
The book is about specific frameworks within or without which family practices of gays and lesbians can be lived and interpreted in different countries.
The book addresses the structural and social dimensions of the hatred against gays and lesbians.