Entries by Skrbnik

Two Homelands Issue No. 46

The new issue of the slovenian scientific journal on migration studies Dve domovini / Two Homelands is available on http://twohomelands.zrc-sazu.si/en/issues/articles_list/46/2017 Articles: JAKA REPIČ: The Impact of Mobilities on Visual Arts in the Slovenian Diaspora in Argentina NADIA MOLEK: “Songs from the homeland” – popular music performance among descendants of Slovenian refugees in Argentina: The case of […]

Scolarships in Tourism Studies for Academic Year 2018/2019

University of Maribor, Slovenia, is one of Europe’s best educational institution (ranked among top 300[1]), offering tourism studies at first (bachelor) and second (master) level. Many young men and women have a strong passion and potential which must be supported, fostered, and developed so that in turn they can change lives, benefit society, and impact […]

Sinfo september/october 2017

SINFO – SLOVENIAN INFORMATION is a bimonthly magazine, that brings news from Slovenia on business, culture and sports. Click on the picture below to read the latest issue (September/October 2017):

Slovenci.si web portal shortlisted for POMP prize

The web portal Slovenci.si has made it among the POMP prize finalist in the category of the best media platform of the public sector, associations and non-profit organisations. There are three more finalists in this category. More information is available at http://www.pomp-forum.si/.   POMP prizes are conferred each year for the biggest achievements in the […]

ASEF Research Fellowships Announced

The purpose of the ASEF fellowship program is to strengthen research and study exchange between Slovenia and the US with the objective of giving talented Slovenian students the ability to realize their potential to the fullest. This year, we are pleased to announce 14 new ASEF Research Fellows: 2 at Princeton, 2 at UC San […]

Oliva Lucia: A Tale of Love, Loss and Leccino in Istria

Born in Toronto, Mili is a Canadian of Slovenian origin who used to work as a stockbroker before life took an unexpected turn and eventually took her to Croatia where she’s now a full-time olive oil producer. Behind Oliva Lucia is a story of resilience: how one woman overcame the challenges of life and nature […]

Learning Slovene on the beach on the Danube in Novi Sad

The City Library in Novi Sad in cooperation with JKP “Gradsko zelenilo”, along with the agency “Heror Media Pont” and the Minority and Local Media Development Center, organizes the event “Pod krošnjama na Štrandu” for the fifth year in a roll. This event promotes media in the languages of minorities, the culture and the minority […]