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Project "Barnahus/Children's house"

Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities is cooperating in a common project of the European Commission and the Council of Europe called "Barnahus/Children's house, which is being led in Slovenia by the...

New Minister for work, family, social affairs and equal opportunities Ksenija Klampfer made an oath of office in the National Assembly

Ksenija Klampfer was born on 27th of July 1976. After finishing the primary school she attended Prva gimnazija Celje, and later enrolled to study law at Univeristy of Maribor, where she got her MA in the field of european...

Slovenia is progressing at child rights

In the past days a new KidsRights Index was published, this index is made by international organisation KidsRights and Erasmus University Rotterdam. The yearly report shows which countries are best at adhering and improving child...

Unemployment rate in Slovenia steadily declining

Unemployment rate has been steadily declining since 2015 (the graph above shows data since the second quarter of 2015). From 9,2% of unemployed citizens in Q2 2015 we have seen a drop to 5,9% in Q1 2018. 

The Child Well-Being Index (CWI)

The objective of the project is to develop and visualise a Child Well-Being Index with the aim of simplifying monitoring of child well-being and their quality of life. The index’s design and choice of its domains follow the latest...

Slovenia tops the list in a report by the international charity Save the Children

Slovenia and Norway have been declared the best countries for children to live in in a report by the international charity Save the Children, assessing the heath and well-being of children around the world.

New family law passed

The National Assembly passed a new family law which transfers decision-making in custody cases from social services to courts.