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Discrimination means that we treat an individual or a group of people differently and worse than others due to particular personal circumstances – i.e. traits that cannot be chosen/are inborn, or beliefs and religion that cannot be changed easily or simply recanted.

The Protection against Discrimination Act defines different types and forms of discrimination:

  • Direct discrimination: due to some personal circumstance, a certain person is treated less favourably in some circumstances than others;
  • Indirect discrimination: due to a seemingly neutral provision, criterion or practice, a certain person is in a less favoured position compared to other persons;
  • Harassment and sexual harassment;
  • Instructions to discriminate: any instructions that may cause discrimination:
  • Incitement to discrimination: encouraging others to commit any discriminatory acts, publicly justifying discrimination;
  • Retaliatory measures (victimisation): exposure of any discriminated persons due to their actions aimed at preventing or eliminating discrimination;
  • Severe forms of discrimination: multiple discrimination, mass discrimination, continuous and repeated discrimination, discrimination causing consequences difficult to remedy (especially when the victims are children or other vulnerable persons).

Discrimination can be active or passive. Active discrimination means an act is committed in order to discriminate against a person, whereas in the case of passive discrimination, measures to prevent discrimination have been abandoned.

Unequal treatment is reflected in poorer access to the education system, healthcare and social services, the labour market and employment options, goods, more difficult integration into society, in police and judicial procedures, disabling or hindering integration into various organisations, attaining housing and in many other areas.

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Our media campaign focuses on presenting positive stories of representatives from vulnerable groups being successfully included in society, and deviates from the traditional discourse that is usually associated with the word discrimination. We stressed the main slogan INCLUSION 4ALL = ADVANTAGE 4ALL and prepared relevant messages:

  • What matters at work are dedication, knowledge and respect. Not sexual orientation.
  • What matters in life is what kind of a person you are and not where you come from.
  • We are inspired by the Roma style. What about the people?
  • We value experience in life. And experience comes with age.

We have prepared the following video stories:

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Roma delicacies

What do you think of when you hear the word Roma? Culture? Creativity? Culinary specialties? None of the above?

Then check out the video story that puts the Roma from Slovenia at the very top of Europe and share it to help create a society without discrimination! 

#4All #SocietyWithoutDiscrimination

Music: Romani Glauso, 12.000 Romov

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Inspiration without borders

We can talk about foreigners or people with different stories. We can talk about borders or about boundless possibilities for connecting and living together. What will you choose?

Check out and share the inspiring story of Sanny Al Saleh, whose roots go as far as Syria, and today, connect Slovenia with the wider Europe through his musical creations. 

#4All #SocietyWithoutDiscrimination

Music: DJ Sunny

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Same(-sex) life

When do we think of differences in word love? Is anyone in love any different?
Check out Veronika Valdes’ video, which choreographs a society without discrimination.

Check out Veronika Valdes’ video, which choreographs a society without discrimination.

#4All #SocietyWithoutDiscrimination

Music: kubanska glasba

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Living with Age

The heart counts, not years. And how is life over the years?

In this video you can see Anton Stropnik, who as a volunteer encourages his peers to live an active and full life on a daily basis.

#4All #SocietyWithoutDiscrimination

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