Tag: The Peace Institute
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 EU should take responsibility and immediately act to prevent more migrant deaths in the Mediterranean, according to a Peace Institute statement.
Two analysts with the Peace Institute in Slovenia have written a chapter in a newly published book about female European migration and integration.
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.
The Peace Institute was awarded the PASOS Think-Tank Achievement Award 2012 today, in recognition for their work on behalf of thousands of people stripped of their legal status after the breakup of Yugoslavia, a project that has yielded a victory in the European Court of Human Rights,
This conference January 22-23 in Vienna aims to bring to a wider audience the Connecting Migration and Development project. The Peace Institute in Slovenia is a partner in the project.