Discrimination Against Women Still Present in Slovenia, UN Committee Says

Ljubljana, 18 July - Lack of women at the top in politics and economy, insufficient regulations in prevention and elimination of violence against women, inadequate legislation on prevention of women trafficking and high maternal mortality rates in Slovenia raised criticism of the UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) after the country last week presented its reports on the situation of women.

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