ERRC submission to the European Commission on the Joint Inclusion Memorandum of Slovenia (January 2004)

ERRC submission to the European Commission on the Joint Inclusion Memorandum of Slovenia (January 2004)

The European Roma Rights Center (ERRC) welcomes the publication of Slovenia's Joint Inclusion Memorandum ("JIM") on matters relating to social inclusion. The ERRC further welcomes the Government’s acknowledgement that Roma constitute a vulnerable group in Slovenia for the purposes of Slovene social inclusion policy, as well as the focus on Roma provided in Slovenia's JIM. The ERRC notes that the Slovene JIM is in many ways a very nuanced and detailed policy document. Since the priorities and measures outlined in the JIM will provide the basis for the preparation of the Slovene National Action Plan to combat social exclusion ("NAP"), the ERRC takes the occasion to note several outstanding concerns related to areas of relevance to Slovenia's social inclusion and anti-discrimination policies, comments which we believe will be of use in the preparation of the first Slovene NAP.

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