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7.2.2019 ob 0:00
Drugi seminar za učitelje v okviru projekta EU@Home V četrtek, 7. februarja 2019 smo na Centru za politološke raziskave v okviru projekta »EU doma – Zbliževanje EU in mladih« (EU@Home) organizirali drugi seminar za učitelje. Seminarja so se udeležile učiteljice iz osmih partnerskih osnovnih šol. V okviru seminarja so se seznanile s priložnostnimi strukturami, ki so v okviru Evropske unije vzpostavljene z namenom vključevanja državljanov v odločevalske procese EU, kot tudi s podatki javnomnenjskih raziskav o znanju slovenskih učencev o EU.

6.2.2019 ob 0:00
Dr. Danica Fink Hafner v oddaji Glasovi sveta na temo Britanski parlamentarizem na zgodovinski preizkušnji Gostja oddaje Glasovi svetov na temo Britanski parlament na zgodovinski preizkušnji je bila Danica Fink Hafner, ki v kratkem pričakuje natis svoje knjige Britanska demokracija: Suverenost parlamenta.

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Slovenia: Interest group developments in a postsocialist‐liberal democracy
Meta Novak, Danica Fink Hafner

Abstract Slovenia has a rich tradition of associations and interest group activity dating back to the 19th century. To some extent, the development of the group system was stymied by the 60 years of authoritarian rule from the early 1930s to the late 1980s. However, the resilience of this tradition is evident in major developments in group activity since the return to democracy. In addition to influences from the past, including a neocorporatist tradition, is the impact of Slovenia's process of integration into the European Union. This article considers the extent to which the modern nature of the interest group system is both constrained by hangovers from the past but enhances by European integration, both of which have affected the development of Slovenia's majoritarian democracy.

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Meta Novak, Damjan Lajh
Entering the Brussels arena: Slovenian interest groups and the pursuit of a dual strategy

Danica Fink Hafner, William Maloney, Mitja Hafner Fink
The impact of the EU accession process and EU funding on the professionalization of national interest groups: The Slovenian case

Danica Fink Hafner, William Maloney, Mitja Hafner Fink
The impact of the EU accession process and EU funding on the professionalization of national interest groups: The Slovenian case

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