Tag: Neža Kogovšek Šalamon
Neža Kogovšek Šalamon, researcher and director of the Peace Institute will take part in 2017 class of the EYL program organized by Friends of Europe, a Brussels-based non-governmental organization.
Peace Institute Director Neža Kogovšek Šalamon has written a book about ‘the Erased,’ a group of thousands of Slovenian residents who were unlawfully stripped of their citizenship after the breakup of Yugoslavia.
A publication co-written by Neža Kogovšek Šalamon of the Peace Institute and 4 other authors reveals that at least 70 national laws in Slovenia are discriminatory on the grounds of sexual orientation.
Representatives of PASOS organisations reelected three members of the PASOS Board of Directors to new two-year terms.
Representatives of PASOS organizations gathering at the association’s annual Assembly in Skopje elected four new members to the network’s Board of Directors on November 10.
PILnet – The Global Network for Public Interest Law has recognized the work of the Peace Institute on behalf of thousands of Slovenians who were stripped of their legal status. The organization awarded on October 26 the PILnet 2012 European Pro Bono Award for exemplary partnership in the public interest to the Institute and two Italian attorneys who worked with the Slovenian think tank on the issue.
The analysis included in this book was derived from the project Citizens in Diversity: A Four Nation Study on Homophobia and Fundamental Rights. The volume includes contributions from three researchers associated with the Peace Institute in Slovenia.