CIVICUS speaks about the recent right-wing shift in Slovenia with Brankica Petković, a researcher and project manager at the Peace Institute in Ljubljana.
May the new year bring you peace, joy, and happiness.
List of projects which we implemented in 2020 in the fields of human rights and minorities, politics, gender and media.
In 2020 researchers from the Peace Institute wrote numerous scientific articles and monographs presenting the results of our research projects and studies.
Sign the petition and express support to the non-governmental organisations at No. 6 Metelkova!
Response to the attack of the Ministry of Culture on non-governmental organizations at No. 6 Metelkova Street
We hereby inform the Ministry of Culture and the government of the Republic of Slovenia that we have no intention of leaving No. 6 Metelkova.
The task of the project was to propose a model of e - publishing for publicly - funded books.
This is the final report of the first survey investigating the working conditions of Slovene writers and translators.
The project is focused on social and economic potentials of cultural production in local communities.
The project is a preparatory action for the initiation of an open access portal for 148 Slovene academic and literary journals subsidized by the Slovenian Book Agency.
How to make public funding more efficient in terms of better general conditions for high-quality publishing as well as better distribution of this publishing program.
Questioning Transitional Dynamics in Re-defining Cultural Identities in South Eastern Europe (EE conference)
Main topic of the project is critical analysis of the process of re-construction of cultural identities in SEE.
The book is a result on the basis of the final report of the research project "Reading culture in the new situation publishing production".
Culture Ltd. is a book on social, political and economic conditions for creating a general framework for the production of culture.
Cultural Revisionism looks into the recent changes that drew European cultural policies away from the social-democratic ideological framework and towards the neo-liberal model.
The author examined problems related to the allocation of working space to independent cultural groups.