In Tuesday's commentary headlined We Have to Talk about Political Dignity, the business newspaper Finance is critical of a "catastrophic gap" between what politicians say and do, which it says is further widening as the next general election is nearing.
As part of its EU presidency, Slovenia is organising an online conference at Brdo pri Kranju on Tuesday at which digitalisation ministers from countries within the Three Seas Initiative will debate the development of the EU Digital Single Market and transatlantic cooperation.
Nov 29, 2021, 20:33
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, EU education ministers meeting in Brussels on Monday adopted recommendations on blended learning approaches which combine school site and other physical environments away from the school as well as digital and non-digital learning tools.
Nov 29, 2021, 20:30
The Programming Council of RTV Slovenija has confirmed the public broadcaster's production plan for 2022, which had been met with criticism from the broadcaster's news staff because several news shows are being cancelled and some moved to the lower-rated second channel.
Nov 29, 2021, 19:56
A portal called Ona Ve (She Knows) was launched on Monday to increase the share of women appearing in Slovenian media and at public events. Half of Slovenia's population are women but they feature in only 24% of media appearances, Marta Kos, the chair of the association behind the portal, said upon the launch in Ljubljana.
Nov 29, 2021, 19:51
Damjan Kukovec will soon become a judge at the EU General Court after Committee 255, which vets candidates for EU Court judges, endorsed his candidacy on Monday, President Borut Pahor announced on Twitter.
Nov 29, 2021, 19:20
The European Parliament's Civil Liberties Committee (LIBE) discussed on Monday a report on a mission to Slovenia it completed in October. The debate saw a heated exchange between Slovenian MEP Romana Tomc, who said the mission had missed the mark, and chair Sophie in 't Veld, who urged the EPP to cooperate constructively.