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OECD Health Ministerial meeting

The focus of today's OECD Health Ministerial meeting is the next generation of health reforms. Ministers particularly discussed the issue of tackling ineffective health spending and waste, tackling high-cost treatments and...


Slovenian diplomacy – twenty-five years and counting

Twenty-five years is a period long enough for us – as a state and as individuals – to look back and assess what has changed, what has improved and what has stayed the same. We can definitely be proud of the path we have taken....


Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Food mag. Židan speaks in favour of elimination of unfair practices in the food supply chain

Paris, April 7th 2016 - Minister mag. Židan is attending the two-day meeting of the OECD Committee for Agriculture at Ministerial level, where ministers discuss "Better policies for achieving a productive, sustainable and...


Minister Klemenčič at the WGB Ministerial Meeting of the OECD in Paris

Minister of Justice Goran Klemenčič attended the Ministerial Meeting within the framework of the OECD Working Group on Bribery in International Business Transactions. A total of 41 countries are signatories to the OECD Convention...


The Power of Trust

Ljubljana, 17 June 2014 – This 1 and 2 September, Bled is hosting the 9th Bled Strategic Forum, organised by the Slovenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Centre for European Perspective under the title The Power of Trust,


22 May - Slovenian Diplomacy Day

22 May has been designated Slovenian Diplomacy Day to mark the day in 1992 when the young independent state, the Republic of Slovenia, joined the great family of nations of the United Nations Organization.


17 May has been declared as the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia

17 May marks the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia. Both phenomena are present in all countries around the world, whether they have comprehensive non-discrimination legislation or they discriminate against or...


Law over politics: why we need the ICC now more than ever

As the international community continues to struggle to address some of the world’s most brutal conflicts and worst human rights abuses, we are time and again reminded of how limited the tools are that we have at our disposal.


OECD week 2014

On the occasion of the 2014 OECD Week - OECD annual Forum and the Ministerial Council Meeting under the Chairmanship of Japan, on the 50th anniversary of its accession to the OECD, and the Vice-Chairmanship of Slovenia and the...

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