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 Article 14 of the Constitution guarantees the principle of equality before the law. Women and men are entitled to the same human rights and freedoms.[1] The area of equal opportunities in Slovenia is now being undertaken by the Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities.[2] Before March 2012, it was the responsibility of the Office for Equal Opportunities.[3] While women and men enjoy the same legal status and rights under family law, labor law, property law, and inheritance law, they experienced discrimination in some areas.[4]

[1] Republic of Slovenia Constitutional Court (n.d.), Constitution 2] http://www.mddsz.gov.si/en 3] Office of Equal Opportunities (n.d.) 4] US Department of State (2013)
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