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.
At the Peace Institute, we are committed to building democratic relations and striving for horizontal forms of action within society and within our organisation.
Thematic section contributes to the expanding research of masculinity and care by presenting evidence of men’s active participation in a range of types, locations and geographies of care.
Policy brief of some fundamental principles for the empowerment and involvement of adolescent girls and boys in taking action for gender equality.
Tanja Fajon, together with Vlasta Jalusic from the Peace Institute, visited women's center, learned about its development and activities since 2007, met employees at NWC and Umutima Cooperative.
The exhibition features works created at two weeks of art focused workshops for women, led by Vlasta Jalušič of the Peace Institute and Gloria Kamanzi Uwizera of GloCreations, Rwanda.
The research programme addresses the position of the concepts of human rights, equality, diversity and non-discrimination that found themselves at a historical crossroads.
The European project MiC aims to improve organizational conditions for men taking caring roles.
Play It for Change – raising awareness and empowerment of girls and boys for the prevention of gender based violence through audio – visual media and music (PfC)
We will collect the evidence on the impact of gender stereotypes in the audiovisual media and music on youth’s attitudes and behaviors.
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.
Professional care represents an unexplored arena for gender desegregation of educational and vocational choices, for fostering caring masculinities and challenging rigid gender norms.
Project MESP is researching participation of men in heterogeneous geographies of care; it widens and politicizes the concept of care and contributes to the developing alternative perspectives of welfare.
The book 'Dimensions of Care Work' reflects on the concept of care, its social conditions and consequences in an integral and complex manner.
The monograph tackles problematic relations between the labour market and fatherhood.
The collection of 24 stories of men in Slovenia and Norway sharing dilemmas, conflicts, thoughts and feelings on their role of fathers.
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.
The author presents the critical views of women themselves, thereby unveiling the critical potential of plural life in Turkey.
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...