Racism in Slovenia Mostly Directed at Roma, Erased, Migrants, Muslims
Ljubljana, 1 November - In Slovenia, racism is most often directed against the Roma, the erased, migrants and Muslims, according to Veronika Bajt of the Peace Institute. She believes the problem is that Slovenia is all too often perceived as a country of Slovenians and for Slovenians and not a country of its citizens.
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