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DataCare Country Overview - Slovenia

In the context of the DataCare project, key data on children in alternative care for each country in EU and the UK have been analysed to map how EU Member States and the UK currently collect data on the situation of children in alternative care.

In 2017, the Council of the Republic of Slovenia for Children and the Family was established. It is a permanent consultative body of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia, whose members are representatives of non-governmental organisations and professional institutions in the field of children and families and representatives of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia. The Slovenian Council discusses any issue about children’s rights and family policy, including statistical results.

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