One in five Slovenians experienced discrimination, report shows

Ljubljana, 30 April - One in five residents in Slovenia thinks they have been discriminated against, and two-thirds think that discrimination is a major problem in the country, shows the 2020 annual report of the Advocate of the Principle of Equality. It says that discrimination is the most frequent in the employment procedure and in access to goods.

Advocate of the Principle of Equality Miha Lobnik.
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