Iza Thaler graduated in 2018 (University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Law). She specializes in migration and asylum law, criminology and environmental law. As part of the civil initiative InfoKolpa and the Border Violence Monitoring Network, she researched border regimes in the Western Balkans, participated in informal civilian monitoring of police and state actions in the field of migration and prepared a strategic litigation against illegal chain push-backs on the Balkan refugee route. At the Peace Institute, she participates in projects in the field of migration, human rights and criminology.
National Integration Evaluation Mechanism (NIEM). Measuring and improving integration of beneficiaries of international protection
Against the background of the changing legal environment on international protection both at national and European levels, induced by the high numbers of new arrivals in the recent years....
- Counter-hate: Improving the assistance of victims of hate crimes through a victim-centred and intersectional approach
- Complementary Pathways in South-East Europe (COMP4SEE)
- Contact Tracing in the EU: Lessons to be Learned for the Future Use of Technology in Fighting Societal Challenges
- Trial Waiver Systems in Europe (TWSE)
- Human Rights Guide
- National Integration Evaluation Mechanism (NIEM). Measuring and improving integration of beneficiaries of international protection
Third National Report on Slovenia’s implementation of different areas of integration policy for beneficiaries of international protection
The third and final research carried out in the NIEM project covers the time period between 1 January 2020 and 31 March 2021.