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  • Antic, M.G and Lokar, S. 2006. 'The Balkans: from total rejection to gradual acceptance of gender quotas', in Dahlerup, D. (ed.) Women, Quotas and Politics, London/New York: Routledge, pp. 138-167.
  • Antić, M.G. 2004. ‘Women in Slovene Parliament: Below the Critical Mass’, in M.G. Antić and G. Ilonszki (eds) Women in Parliamentary Politics, Hungarian and Slovene experiences compared, Ljubljana: Peace Institute, pp. 81–116.
  • Antić, M.G. and Gortnar, M. 2004. ‘Gender Quotas in Slovenia: A short analysis of failures and hopes’, European political science, 3, 3: 73–81.
  • Antić, M.G. and Ilonszki, G. 2004. Women in Parliamentary Politics, Hungarian andSlovene Experiences Compared, Ljubljana: Peace Institute.
  • Hrženjak, M. (ed.) 2002. Making Her Up: Women’s Magazines in Slovenia, Ljubljana: Peace Institute.
  • Stability Pact Gender Task Force (SPGTF). 2002. 'Building National Gender Equality Mechanisms in South East Europe – Women's Use of the State'.
  • Jalušič, V. 1999. ‘Women in Post-Socialist Slovenia: Socially Adapted, Politically Marginalised’, in S.P. Ramet (ed.) Gender Politics in the western Balkans: Women, Society and Politics in Yugoslavia and the Yugoslav successor States, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University Press, pp. 51–66.
  • Jalušič, V. 1994. ‘Troubles with Democracy: Women and Slovene Independence’, in J. Benderl and E. Kraft (eds) Independent Slovenia: Origins, Movements, Prospects, New York: St. Martin’s Press, pp. 135–58.
  • Government of the Republic of Slovenia, Public Relations and Media Office,
  • Republic of Slovenia Electoral Commission,
  • Republic of Slovenia, National Assembly. Slovene Constitution.
  • Slovenia Parliament website,
  • Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia. Elections.

Other Links

Inter-Parliamentary Union.

Inter-Parliamentary Union. “Women in Parliament in 2015: The year in review”:

Inter-Parliamentary Union. “Women in Parliament: 20 years in review”:

Inter-Parliamentary Union. “Women in Parliaments: World and Regional Averages”:

Inter-Parliamentary Union. “Women in Parliaments: World Classification ”:

Women's Environment and Development Organization,

Online Women in Politics,

Note: The sources and additional reading indicated above are mostly only available in English. We welcome recommendations of additional sources in other languages.



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