The Faculty of Humanities of the University of Primorska hosted a round table on sociological and computational approaches to the analysis of hate speech in the framework of the...
Sign “Berlin Declaration – In Defence of the Migration Society” alerting the unacceptable increasing trends of criminalization and scandalization of migration in Germany and throughout Europe.
We published an overview of our work in 2022. All together, we carried out 30 projects, along with a research programme.
If you have moved to Slovenia and live in Ljubljana, we invite you to participate in one of the two focus groups that will take place in Ljubljana.
Veronika Bajt presented a paper entitled “The Sociological Definition of Hate Speech: Uncoupling Intersectional Exclusions” at a conference on hate speech, held in Pamplona on 6-7 June 2023.
The aim of the seminar was to look at the possibilities of political participation of migrants at institutional and local level in Ljubljana.
Analysis of online hate speech and disinformation in Slovenia and development of a proposal for action
Identifying and understanding the phenomena of disinformation and hate speech and other forms of socially unacceptable discourse; and developing appropriate indicators, an index or a model for continuous monitoring.
The Human Rights Guide is an online information and education resourse designed as legal self-help tool that explains to readers in a simple way the fundamental rights in...
The Peace Institute, as part of the FRANET research network and contractual partner of the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), which established the research network, has the task...
To increase the motivation and readiness of local, educational and NGO communities to respond and intervene in cases of racism, xenophobia and intolerance.
The project creates awareness for barriers/ inaccessibilities and develops concrete proposals for a more inclusive EU.
The project’s main goal is to provide theoretical and practical knowledge and tools to revitalize alliance among feminist movement, civil society and political decision makers.
The book presents in detail and critically evaluates different ways of “measuring” ethnic discrimination, breaking new ground in the field of empirical data collection on unequal treatment as well...
Article / Legislative and Judicial Responses to the “Refugee Crisis” in Slovenia and Austria: A Comparative Perspective
In the last issue of the journal ‘Dve domovini/Two Homelands’, Neža Kogovšek Šalamon compares the key normative approaches to responses to the 2015–2016 “refugee crisis” in Slovenia and Austria.
Article / The Transversal Political Logic of Populism: Framing the ‘Refugee Crisis’ in Slovenian Parliamentary Debates
In the article the authors Mojca Pajnik and Emanuela Fabijan analyse how politicians in Slovenia responded to migration during and after the ‘refugee crisis’ (2015–2019).
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...
Iztok Šori (Peace Institute) and Vasja Vehovar (Faculty of Social Sciences) published an article in the journal Social Sciences in which they analyze hate speech reported by Internet users...
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...