1. 2. 2016The Ministry of Labour, the Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities has sent into public debate changes to the act on prevention of domestic violence, which among other things expand the definition of domestic violence and gives additional powers to the police and courts.The changes also expand the number of persons who are regarded as family members and exempts victims of domestic violence from paying court fees.The definition of domestic violence is expanded so that mere threat with physical or sexual violence is regarded as violence. The definition of physical violence would include forcing someone to work or limiting ... More »Tina Velikonja: Vstani zase
3. 11. 2015The Minister of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, Anja Kopač Mrak, presented a public work programme entitled "Assistance in the Management of Migration Flows", which was prepared by the Ministry in collaboration with the Employment Service and the Administration for Civil Protection and Disaster Relief.Priority for participation in the programme will be given to the long-term unemployed, persons older than 50 and volunteers who are already volunteering at reception and accommodation centres and are registered as long-term unemployed with the Employment Service. The first unemployed will be referre... More »
20. 7. 2015Just days after parliament enacted legislation on debt forgiveness for the poorest, representatives of the state, municipalities, public utilities and banks signed an agreement Monday pledging to cooperate in the debt relief effort.Prime Minister Miro Cerar and Anja Kopač Mrak, the minister of labour, family, social affairs and equal ppportunities, said this was but the first step in helping the poor get rid of debt. The state as well as many companies are already writing off debt, but thelaw and the agreement will streamline the process, minister Kopač Mrak said. The legislation does not tackle all problems, but Slovenia the government... More »
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