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Recommendations for the development of the Slovenian national programme on preventing and combating domestic violence and violence against women: Challenges, gaps and best practices report

Strasbourg 17 December 2018
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Recommendations for the development of the Slovenian national programme on preventing and combating domestic violence and violence against women: Challenges, gaps and best practices report

Since 2017, the Council of Europe has co-operated with the Slovenian Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities in supporting their institutional setting and practices related to combat violence against women and domestic violence.

This targeted support has included several training activities and seminars to the Interdisciplinary Working Group in charge of the implementation of the Council of Europe Convention on Preventing and Combating Violence against Women and Domestic Violence (Istanbul Convention) and the launch of the Council of Europe online course on violence against women and domestic violence developed by the European Programme for Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals (HELP).

Also as part of this co-operation, at the end of November 2018, the Council of Europe delivered an expert report to provide to the Slovenian authorities an analysis of the gaps, challenges and successes of the Slovenian measures dealing with violence against women and domestic violence as well as with updated information on best practices across Europe. This report is intended to feed into the preparation process of the upcoming Slovenian National Programme on preventing and combating domestic violence and violence against women.