29. 4. 2013This year marks five years since the International Conference on Intergenerational Solidarity for Cohesive and Sustainable Societies. It was organized by Slovenia in cooperation with the European Commission and several non-governmental organizations during Slovenian presidency of the EU Council. The purpose of the conference was to highlight the need for intergenerational cooperation and solidarity in a time of increasingly drastic demographic changes. At the conference was also issued a proposal to mark the 29th April as European Day of Solidarity between Generations.Proposal on the celebration of the 29th A... More »
10. 4. 2013
The European Regional Meeting of the ILO brings together Government, Employer and Worker representatives of the 51 countries of the region every four yearsOrganized in collaboration with the Government of the Kingdom of Norway, the European Regional Meeting provides an opportunity for tripartite representatives of the 51 countries of the European and Central Asian Region to share their experiences and to discuss the response to the economic and jobs crisis in the region, looking at levels of social protection, social dialogue and the application of labour law. The Ninth European Regional Meeting has opened on 8 April 2013. The first session of the Meeting brought to... More »Peter Pogačar, Director General
26. 3. 2013National Assembly appointed Anja Kopac Mrak, D.Sc., on 20 March 2013 as a Minister of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities. Government of the Republic of Slovenija on 25 March 2013 appointed Dejan Levanič as the State Secretary of the Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities.Anja Kopac Mrak was born on 4 April 1974 in Kranj, where she completed high school. She graduated from the Faculty of Social Sciences, Sociology - human resources management. In 2004 she received her PhD in the field of social policy, where she dealt with issues related t... More »
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