The civil initiatives would like to bring to attention the alarming steps taken by the government of Slovenia in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Peace Institute newsletter is published every three months in Slovene and English. It contains news about the activities so far and the response to the current socio-political situation.
Peace Institute and other co-founders of SEENPM celebrate 20th anniversary of this regional network of media institutes and media centers in South East Europe.
Regional report analyzing the patterns of labor relations in the media of SEENPM-member countries was published. Research was conducted from March 2007 to February 2008. The project was coordinated by
The Peace Institute - Institute for Contemporary Social and Political Studies in Ljubljana has just launched the Human Rights Press Point – information platform for human rights situation in Slovenia, established to...
New book in edition Media Watch was published: You Call This a Media Market? The Role of the State in the Media Sector in Slovenia...
Call for Proposals for Open Society New Response Projects (Think Tank Fund, Human Rights and Governance Grants Program)20/12/2007
Recent political developments in Central Europe demonstrate that populism and anti-democratic values continue to thrive in some new EU member states. An increasing number of governments show little interest in independent oversight of government activities, protection of minority rights, media independence and the rule...
The PI assesses the act of the Government RS confirming the Draft Constitutional Law and sending it to the National Assembly for adoption,as another act in the range of discriminatory actions targeted against the erased people of Slovenia.
30/10/2007Concerning the confirmation by the Government of the Republic of Slovenia of the text of the Draft Constitutional Law amending the Constitutional Law for the Implementation of the Fundamental Constitutional Charter on the independence of the Republic of Slovenia, concerning the erased people...
Public statement – Third party intervention to the European Court of Human Rights in the case Makuc and others vs. Slovenia16/10/2007
On 15 October 2007 the non-governmental organizations Peace Institute and Legal Information Centre for Non-Governmental Organizations – PIC filed third party interventions to the European Court of Human Rights in the case Makuc and others vs. Slovenia.30/9/2007
Between 10 and 24 September 2007 altogether 438 journalists from Slovenia have signed a petition against censorship and political pressure. It has been done on the initiative of two journalists – Matej Šurc of Radio Slovenija and Blaž Zgaga of daily Večer who started...
Patterns of Political Instrumentalisation and Clientelism in the Media in South East Europe – Case of Countries of Former Yugoslavia30/9/2007
The project "Patterns of political instrumentalisation and clientelism in the media in South East Europe - case of countries of former Yugoslavia" is aimed at mapping patterns of political clientelism and political instrumentalisation of the media and contributing to introduction of regulatory and self-regulatory...22/12/2006 | Human Rights and Minorities
The very core of the European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia activities is the European Information Network on Racism and Xenophobia (RAXEN).