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.
The Peace Institute is working on a four-month program to break stereotypes about refugees and counter hate-speech arising from the current refugee situation in Europe.
The EU should take responsibility and immediately act to prevent more migrant deaths in the Mediterranean, according to a Peace Institute statement.
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.
The Peace Institute has issued a condemnation of the Slovenian government’s persecution of journalists who have reported on intelligence documents about right-wing extremists.
The Peace Institute has joined an international coalition working to challenging the normalization of racism, hate speech and discrimination.