Studijski centar za nacionalnu pomirbu
The Study Centre for National Reconciliation in Ljubljana was established in May 2008. The Centre is a government institution working under the Ministry of Justice. Prior to the establishment of the Centre as a separate scientific and research institution, it operated as the Sector for Redressing of Injustices and National Reconciliation within the framework of the Ministry of Justice. The Centre was established with the intention of researching the totalitarian systems that existed in Slovenian territory in the 20th century – fascism, national socialism and communism. Given that the fascist and Nazi repression in Slovenia has been more explored, the Centre primarily focuses on researching human rights violations in the communist era.
The Centre conducts scholarly and research projects, the first of which explored the revolutionary violence of communism in Slovenian territory. Currently, the Centre is carrying out a project based on an interdisciplinary approach which deals with the history of violations of fundamental human rights and freedoms in the 20th century. The Centre collects testimonies from victims of World War II and its aftermath and tries to make the general public more familiar with these stories, ultimately influencing the enhanced awareness of democracy and human rights in Slovenia.
Tivolska cesta 42, Slovenia 1000
Akronimas (jei yra)
- Vyriausybės/valstybinė įstaiga
- Bencetić, Lidija
Valič Zver, Andreja, interview by Bencetić, Lidija , Shek Brnardić, Teodora , July 06, 2017. COURAGE Registry Oral History Collection