The UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural rights issued these concluding observations in December 2015 following the second periodic report of Slovenia. The Committee acknowledges the State's ratification of various international treaties as well as national law making efforts supporting Economic, Social and Cultural rights.
These concluding observations also set out a number of subjects of concern and recommendations to the state. Topics covered are issues of application of the rights enshrined in the Covenant, state practices, discrimination against various marginalized groups with special reference to the Roma people and the "Erased", domestic violence, unemployment, the right to health, right to an education and poverty.
Citation: UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, 'Concluding Observations on the Second Periodic Report of Slovenia' (2014), E/C.12/SVN/CO/2