Neža Kogovšek Šalamon contributed a chapter on asylum policy in Slovenia in the book published by Brill.
The Peace Institute Director dr. Neža Kogovšek Šalamon was invited to give a speech on Gandhi's heritage.
Neža Kogovšek Šalamon appeared on the Slovenian National TV and provided commentary to the mini summit of EU member states' leaders on the issue of migration.
Cambridge Scholars published the book 'The Disaster of European Refugee Policy. Perspectives from the “Balkan Route”, edited by Igor Ž. Žagar, Neža Kogovšek Šalamon and Marina Lukšič Hacin.
International conference ‘Understanding causes and consequences of the criminalisation of migration’
28 scholars and researchers from all over the world who presented interdisciplinary papers from the fields of law, political science, sociology, international relations and from practice.
Carolin Schiller, Erasmus Intern, wrote a paper about the so called »refugee crisis« starting 2015 and the German attitude towards refugees.
The occurrence of hate speech in the Slovene language in the corresponding parts of global online social networks (OSNs).
Coalition building that brings together defenders of human rights, media freedom and independent journalism in Slovenia in mapping and countering threats to watchdog role of journalists and civil society.
International development cooperation, humanitarian assistance and global learning, and increasing the visibility of global goals that the countries of the world adopted in September 2015.
Participation and inclusion of TCNs in receiving societies and change the narrative on migration.
To increase literacy and economic independence of vulnerable groups of women/girls in selected four local environments in Rwanda and to contribute to reduction of differences between women and men.
EMIN is an informal network of organisations and individuals, committed to achieve the progressive realisation of the right to adequate, accessible and enabling Minimum Income Schemes.
New book about the role of the Web for right-wing populist political parties and movements across Europe edited by Mojca Pajnik and Birgit Sauer (Routledge).
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.