In Slovenia, like the rest of Europe, nearly 100 per cent of the population has access to safe drinking water. Yet today many Romani communities struggle to collect even small amounts of water for drinking, washing and cooking.
The violence in Libya, where hundreds have been killed, including protesters exercising their right to freedom of expression, association and assembly, has escalated alarmingly into a human rights crisis.
During the 1991-1995 war between the Croatian Army and Croatian Serb armed forces, aided by the Yugoslav People’s Army, war crimes were committed by both sides. Twenty years later, many of the crimes remain unaddressed.