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Justice has to be done for all the erased

Delo (Slovenia), 19/10/2013 Twenty two years have passed since the erasure of more than 25 000 persons from the Slovene Register of Permanent Residents, a decision which caused serious violations of human rights and grave suffering of the individuals concerned and their families. As a result, the erased became, in effect, irregular migrants – without documents, healthcare and social security,...

Slovenia : Justice has to be done for all the erased

[Strasbourg, 19/10/2013 09:30] – Twenty two years have passed since the erasure of more than 25 000 persons from the Slovene Register of Permanent Residents, a decision which caused serious violations of human rights and grave suffering of the individuals concerned and their families. As a result, the erased became, in effect, irregular migrants – without documents, healthcare and social...

Letter to the Prime Minister of Slovenia

Letter from the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights to the Prime Minister of Slovenia, Mr Janez Janša CommDH(2013)3 / 29 January 2013 Reply from the Minister of the Interior, Mr Vinko Gorenak, to Nils Muižnieks, Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights CommDH/GovRep(2013)1 / 29 January 2013

Slovenia: The human rights violations suffered by the ‘erased’ still not fully redressed

[29/01/2013 09:30] "The "erasure" of thousands of people from the Register of Permanent Residents of Slovenia in 1992 continues to adversely affect the human rights of many ‘erased' persons. The Slovenian government should step up its efforts and provide adequate reparation to all victims" said Nils Muižnieks, Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, in a letter addressed to the Prime...

Letter to the Prime Minister of the Republic of Slovenia

Letter from the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights to Mr Borut Pahor, Prime Minister of the Republic of Slovenia CommDH(2011)23 / 07 June 2011 Reply of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Slovenia, Mr Borut Pahor, to the letter of the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights CommDH(2011)24 / 07 June 2011

Slovenia – "Further efforts to improve the human rights of Roma and 'erased' persons needed"

[07/06/11 9:30]  "I welcome the positive measures aimed at improving the human rights of Roma and their access to housing, education and employment." Today the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, Thomas Hammarberg, has released a letter to the Prime Minister of the Republic of Slovenia, Borut Pahor, following a visit on 7-8 April 2011. He praises efforts made to promote the...

The Commissioner discusses children’s rights, the situation of Roma and the erased with the Slovenian authorities

[09/10/2009] Commissioner Hammarberg visited Slovenia from 6 to 7 October for high-level talks on children's rights, the situation of Roma people and that of the so called "erased" (persons from former Yugoslavia who were removed in 1992 from the country's permanent residence registry following Slovenia's independence in 1991). He met the Prime Minister and the Ministers of the Interior,...

Letter to the Prime Minister of the Republic of Slovenia

Letter addressed to Mr Janez Janša, Prime Minister of the Republic of Slovenia, by Thomas Hammarberg, Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, on the situation of Roma in Ambrus CommDH(2006)22 / 22 November 2006

Follow-up report on Slovenia

Follow-up report on Slovenia: Assessment of the progress made in implementing the recommendations of the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights. 2003-2005 CommDH(2006)8 / 29 March 2006

Report on visit to Slovenia

Report by Mr Alvaro Gil-Robles, Commissioner for Human Rights, on his visit to Slovenia (11-14 May 2003) CommDH(2003)11 / 15 October 2003
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