Discrimination is widespread in Slovenia, according to a study by the Peace Institute. The study said that as much as 84% of people have been discriminated against because of gender, ethnicity, nationality, skin color or religion. The workplace is the most common place, but there were problems for health services.
Gender discrimination was the most common form, with women experiencing it significantly more than men.

Foto: Srdjan Živulović/BoBo
Foto: Srdjan Živulović/BoBo