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Gender Equality Is not Only Women's Problem, Panel Says

Ljubljana, 28 September - Gender equality in Slovenia is in the hands of women, therefore we are often told that it is the fault of women if things are not as they should be, Milica Antic Gaber of Ljubljana's Faculty of Arts said on Thursday at a panel comparing the situation in Finland and Slovenia.

Ljubljana, Finnish embassy.
Panel on gender equality in Europe, organised by the government's Equal Opportunities Office and the Finnish Embassy.
Finnish Ambassador to Slovenia Birgitta Cecilia Maria Stenius-Mladenov.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana, Finnish embassy.
Panel on gender equality in Europe, organised by the government's Equal Opportunities Office and the Finnish Embassy.
The Equal Opportunities Office director Tanja Salecl (right).
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana, Finnish embassy.
Panel on gender equality in Europe, organised by the government's Equal Opportunities Office and the Finnish Embassy.
Finnish Ambassador to Slovenia Birgitta Cecilia Maria Stenius-Mladenov.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

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