Next Week in Slovenia: 9 - 15 March, 2020

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Keep up with the daily news in Slovenia by checking the morning headlines here. What to find out what happened last week in Slovenia? Look no further.

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The following schedule was prepared by the STA:

MONDAY, 9 March

        LJUBLJANA - The Commission for Equal Opportunities in Science will debate overlooked gender issues in scientific research.

TUESDAY, 10 March
        STRASBOURG, France - The European Court of Human Rights will announce its judgement in the case Hudorovič and others v Slovenia, brought by 16 Roma concerning an alleged lack of access to drinking water and sanitation.
        LJUBLJANA - A coordinating body bringing together multiple doctors' organisation will present a list of priorities they think the new government must tackle in healthcare.
        LJUBLJANA - The Ministry of Education, Science and Sport will speak to the press after the formal establishment of a UNESCO-sponsored international research centre for artificial intelligence at the Jožef Stefan Institute.
        LJUBLJANA - The Faculty of Social Sciences' International Relations Centre will host a debate on Slovenian-Italian relations.
        PORTOROŽ - Slovenian cooperatives will debate the future of agriculture and rural development at their annual meeting.
        LJUBLJANA - The Construction and Building Materials Chamber will be joined by several major builders to discuss the future of the Slovenian construction industry.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Labour Committee will debate amendments to pension legislation tabled by the Democrats (SDS) that would increase the pensions of some farmers and persons who purchased additional months of pension qualifying period.

WEDNESDAY, 11 March
        BRUSSELS, Belgium - The European Parliament is expected to debate Hungarian financing of Slovenian media at the request of a group of MEPs from the ranks of Socialists and Renew Europe.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Home Policy Committee will debate government amendments to the act on the state border that would make it illegal for self-proclaimed militias to patrol the border.
        LJUBLJANA - The L'oreal-Unesco scholarships for women in science will be announced.
        CELJE - Days of comedy, a theatre festival, will get under way at the Celje Theatre; until 22 March.

THURSDAY, 12 March
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Home Policy committee will host a public presentation of opinions on amendments to legislation governing firearms use.
        LJUBLJANA - The parliamentary Health Committee will debate amendments to the act on health care and health insurance proposed by the National Council that would mandate the public health insurer to cover the cost of treatment of rare diseases even if such treatment is not yet approved.
        LJUBLJANA - The Chamber of Commerce and Industry will confer awards for outstanding business achievements.

FRIDAY, 13 March
        TUHELJ, Croatia - Slovenian Economy Minister Zdravko Počivalšek and Croatia's Darko Horvat will attend a Slovenian-Croatian business forum.
        LJUBLJANA - Energy company Petrol will release its business report for 2019.

SATURDAY, 14 March
        KRANJSKA GORA - A giant slalom event will be held as part of the men's World Cup meet.

SUNDAY, 15 March
        KRANJSKA GORA - A slalom event will be held as part of the men's World Cup meet.

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