Dignitas is the title of the Slovenian journal specialized in the area of domestic constitutional and international law of human rights. It is published by the The Graduate School of Government and European Studies at Brdo pri Kranju (Slovenia) in collaboration with the European Faculty of Law at Nova Gorica (Slovenia). The journal is published under the auspices of the Slovenian section of the International Commission of Jurists and the Slovenian Comparative Constitutional Law Association. First issue of the journal was published in 1999 and the most recent issue in December 2009. In addition to over 20 regular issues published over the past ten years, a number of special thematic issues was published.
No. 55-56, Vol. 2012
Pravice do svobode izobraževanja, do svobode znanosti in umetnosti ter do avtonomije univerze
Pravo človekovih pravic
Pilot judgments - constitutionalisation of the European Court of Human Rights?
Legal interest for constitutional review procedure
Politics and Ideology Beyond the Law of Free Speech
Mutual interdependence of legal protection and organization of Slovenian minorities in neighboring countries - comparison between countries
Memories that Shape the Judicial Identity
Human rights and business: In search of effective remedial measures
The development of Euthanasia issues Slovenian medical profession after World War II
The right to privacy on the internet
Teorija mednarodnega prava
Creation of State in international Law
The Emergence of a New Branch of International Law Dealing with Response, Assistance and the Protection of Persons in the Event of Disasters
Compulsory adjudication as a necessary element of law
European Union after the crisis: strengthened or weakened ?
Audit Committees: Are they needed in the public sector?
Citizen involvement in Slovenian spatial planning system: What can we learn from the New Labour planning reform in England?
2012 Jessup winners
Tranzicija, utrjevanje in krize slovenske demokracije