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A Gypsy Saga: The Strojan Family Puts Slovenia on the Map

by Viktorija Plavcak – Slovenia – Slovenia, a new member of the European Union since September 2007, is a state where the rights of individuals are […]

Family, Feature Articles, Roma, Slovenia, The World

Bureaucracy Killed a Man: Slovenia’s Health Care System Creates Another Tragedy

by Viktorija Plavcak – Slovenia – Two weeks ago in Celje, the third largest city in Slovenia, a fifty-year old man, barely able to drive himself […]

Feature Articles, Healthcare, Politics & Democracy, Science & Technology, Slovenia

Trapped in Slovenia: Refugee “Separated Children” Are Often Trafficked Across International Borders

by Viktorija Plavcak – Slovenia – Many European countries, as well as Slovenia, are facing the problem of refugees and illegal runaways. Slovenia is merely a […]

Feature Articles, Human Trafficking, Political Violence, Slovenia, The World

Much Ado About Nothing: How the Adoption of the Euro Is Effecting Slovenia’s Identity

by Viktorija Plavcak – Slovenia – It has been almost two years since Slovenia became a full member of the European Union. On May 5th, 2005 […]

Business & Economy, Europe, Feature Articles, Slovenia

8th March – International Women’s Day

by Viktorija Plavcak – Slovenia – Some thirty years ago, in a socialist system, we went out to the woods to pick the first snowdrops, to […]

Feature Articles, Slovenia, The World, Uprisings, Women's Empowerment