Public information catalogue

1. Basic catalogue data

Name of the body

Institute of Contemporary History, Ljubljana

Kongresni trg 1, 1000 Ljubljana

Website: http://www.inz.si

E-mail: inz@inz.si

Phone: 01 200 31 20

Fax: 01 200 31 60

 

Competent official

Dr Andrej Pančur, acting director

 

Date of first publication of the catalogue

6 May 2010

 

Date of last change

6 May 2010

 

The catalogue is available at the following URL address

http://www.inz.si

 

Other forms of the catalogue

The catalogue is also available on paper at the registered office of the Institute of Contemporary History, Kongresni trg 1, 1000 Ljubljana.

 

2. General information about the Institute of Contemporary History and the public information at its disposal

2.a Organisational structure information

Short description of the body's field of work

The Institute of Contemporary History is a public research institute that performs public services in the fields of science as well as research and development.

 

List of internal organisation units

2.b Contact information of the officials responsible for the transmission of information

Competent official

Darja Vipavc
Phone: 01 200 31 21
E-mail: darja.vipavc@inz.si

 

2.c List of laws, implementing regulations, and regulations of the European Communities relevant for the field of work of the Institute of Contemporary History (through the state, local, or European regulations register)

State regulations

  • Laws and implementing regulations
  • Ratified international treaties
  • Programming documents

 

EU regulations

European regulations register

2.d List of regulation proposals

Regulation proposals

  • State regulations register
  • Local regulations register

2.e List of strategic and programming documents by content

The work programme of the Institute of Contemporary History 2004–2008, 2009–2014, and 2015–2018

2.f Calls for competition and public procurement

Calls for competition and public procurement

2.g List of public registers or databases

The database of fatalities among the population in the territory of the Republic of Slovenia during World War II and immediately after it.
According to the Commissioner for Access to Public Information of the Republic of Slovenia No. 0712-870/2007/2 of 11 October 2007, the database in question shall be publicly accessible even though it contains personal information.
It is accessible at www.sistory.si

The database of fatalities among the population in the territory of the Republic of Slovenia during World War I.

 

3. Description of the method of access to other public information

Access at URL:

www.inz.si

Physical access to the individual sets of information

At the ICH, at the address: Kongresni trg 1, Ljubljana
Decree on the Provision and Re-Use of Public Information

 

4. List of the most sought-after public information

In preparation