Article Whose children? The EU and Member States’ integration policies in education
The authors argue that nationalism and the denial of rights in EU member states are the two main obstacles that prevent integration from becoming a two-way process, focusing...
Article Empowerment through Migration: Narratives of Successful Migrant Women’s Integration in Slovenia
Drawing on new empirical data comprising migrant women’s narratives and their voices assembled in an online survey, in this paper we argue that migration should also be viewed as...
Intersectionality: Perspectives on Structural, Political and Representational Inequality
The book’s focus is on the concept of intersectionality, and it examines it by analysing policies and public discourses in Slovenia over the last twenty years, i.e. during a...
Book chapter Trapped in the Institution: Governing the Covid-19 Epidemic in Slovenian Eldercare Homes from the Perspective of Care Micro-Mobilities
The chapter provides an analysis of the government measures for the containment of Covid-19 disease in elder care homes in Slovenia, where during the first wave of the epidemic...
Article The Virus of Fear: Nationalism and Pandemic Society
Tha author analyses the government measures taken in Slovenia since the emergence of the coronavirus disease Covid-19, which concern the crossing of national borders, and parallels them with some...
Liberties Rule of Law Report 2022
The report for Slovenia was contributed by the Peace Institute.
Article Political and media populism in television political interviews
The authors analyse populism as a style of communication that is reproduced through the media or reproduced by the media (i.e. by the journalists themselves).
Wage work. Critique of theories of precarity
Extracting the concepts of class structure, co-exploitation, surplus exploitation and unfree wage labour.
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