Slovenia in Numbers
Has the number of violent deaths in Slovenia really increased in recent years?
26 violent deaths in Slovenia in 2016, 25. June 2017 ob 07:33 In the 2000–2016 period 930 violent deaths were recorded in Slovenia, victims were on average 39 years old. Men represented slightly more than 70% of victims in this period.
Almost a third of Slovenia’s population attend concerts
21. June 2017 ob 08:26 Music Day: During leisure time 7% of the population sings and dances, 5% plays instruments and 1% creates music. In Europe the Music Day is celebrated on the longest day of the year, i.e. 21 June.
The European Union is well on track to achieve its 2020 climate and energy targets
18. June 2017 ob 19:27 The European Sustainable Energy Week: the EU is making progress towards its 2020 climate and energy targets.
The web application Slovene Statistical Regions and Municipalities in Numbers was updated
18. June 2017 ob 06:29 In many ways Slovene statistical regions and municipalities are similar but in many ways they are also different.
On average every resident of Slovenia visits a library five times a year
8. June 2017 ob 11:20 Primož Trubar Day: book production in Slovenia was growing from 1991 to 2009, but since then it has been declining. In 2009 the record-breaking 6,953 titles were published; in 2016 only 4,930.
Let’s enjoy the nature and take care of preserving its beauty World Environment Day is celebrated on the United Nations initiative on 5 June all over the world.
Three-dimensional Phenomenon of Globalization Globalization of the Economy: The Silk Road paved the foundations of globalization. Nowadays we talk about integration of its three dimensions: social, economic and environmental.
The European Sustainable Development Week focuses on Sustainable Development Goals The European Sustainable Development Week: Agenda 2030 and its 17 sustainable development goals articulate key issues that call for urgent action at all levels and by all stakeholders.
In May the names Maja and Maj are given to newborns more frequently than in other months Maja in May: In Slovenia, one in six women named Maja and one in five men named Maj were born in May. Twice as many children named Maja and Maj are born in May than in other months.
High anniversaries of Slovenia as a maritime country The EU proclaimed 20 May the European Maritime Day in 2008.
Slovenia has the most (almost 5) beekeepers per 1,000 population in EU Do you know how many beekeepers there are in Slovenia, how much honey they produce, how much honey we eat, what the native bee in Slovenia is, and to produce 1 kg of honey how many kilometres do ...
The World Telecommunication and Information Society Day focuses on the meaning of big data World Telecommunication and Information Society Day: in Slovenia big data are generated by 64% of persons aged 16–74 that use the Internet every or almost every day and by 2.3 million mobile network ...
Average temperatures in Slovenia higher – what about greenhouse gas emissions? On 15 May the World Climate Change Day is commemorated, in order to draw attention also to the negative consequences the climate change has on the environment.
Every third family has children younger than 19 years The United Nations General Assembly proclaimed 15 May the International Day of Families in 1993. This year’s theme is "Families, education and well-being".
We don't learn for school but for life Lifelong Learning Week: a resident of Slovenia in lifelong learning is on average 25–34 years old, has tertiary education, and is studying in an institution providing non-formal education and ...

Slovenia in Numbers

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