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Dr Jana Javornik

Director of Noon Centre for Equality & Diversity in Business | BSc (Hons) Sociology Programme Leader | Senior Lecturer (Assoc Prof) in Public & Social Policy  

Public and Social Policy | Mixed Economy of Childcare, Social Sciences

My research focuses on comparative welfare state, female and parental employment, work & family policy, parental leave and childcare, gender opportunity gaps, sustainability of work and workplaces, and comparative research methods. 

    I joined UEL in February 2016, I am the Programme Leader for the BSc (Hons) Sociology course and shared responsibility for MSc International and Comparative Public Policy in the Department of Social Sciences.

    I am also Director of the Noon Centre for Equality and Diversity in Business, which provides a forum for engagement, support and research in the interdisciplinary area of workplace equality, diversity and inclusion. 

    I previously worked as the Building Sustainable Societies Fellow at the University of Leeds and a Welfare Studies Fellow at Umeå University, after having spent more than ten years in policy-making working for central governments and high-profile international policy communities, including the European Commission, UNDP, OSCE, and the Stability Pact. Among others, I was Editor-in-Chief of the UNDP Slovenian Human Development Reports and Stability Pact Gender Task Force Project Manager for the Balkans, having developed programmes on reconstruction and development and gender empowerment under the auspices of Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe. I helped set up a Gender Task Force and a CEE Network for Gender Issues, comprising gender organisations from Eastern Europe and the CiS, North Africa and the Middle East, now serving as their Adviser.

    In addition to my roles at UEL, I am associated with the Centre for Employment Relations, Innovation and Change (CERIC); the International Centre for the Study of Mixed Economy of Childcare (ICMEC); Centre for International Research on Care, Labour and Equalities (CIRCLE); Work Futures Research Centre; Human Ecology, University of Alberta; University of Ljubljana; Central European Labour Studies Institute; and the University of Iceland.

    I serve as Associate Editor of the Journal of Family Studies; Guest Co-Editor of the Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis; and the Editorial Board member of the International Journal of Care and Caring and Družboslovne razprave. I frequently review for high impact journals (e.g. Social Forces, JESP, Social Politics), book publishers and funding bodies.



    External roles:

    1. Expert Adviser: Government of Slovenia; UK Commission for Employment and Skills; CEE Network for Gender Equality; Scottish Government (Directorate for Education Analytical Services)

    2. Consultant on Diversity and Equality in Business; House of Commons Initiative on Domestic Abuse; Race Disparity Audit and EHRC's Is Britain Fairer?

    3. Chair of the Steering Committee: Regional Office of the European Network for Equal Opportunities

    4. Executive Committee: VTIS

    5. Associate Member: CERIC; CIRCLE; Work Futures Research Centre; Network of East West Women

    6. Research Fellow: CELSI

    7. Consultant: The Economist Intelligence Unit; World Bank (Distance Learning Dialogue Series: Implementing Gender Equality Legislation in Central Asia); Confederation of Family Organisations in EU; ÖSB Consulting (Implementation of the European Commission Programme of Exchanges of Good Practices on Gender Equality); EPRD Office for Economic Policy and Regional Development; European Women’s Lobby & Women’s Lobby Slovenia.

    8. Ambassador of Sociology: University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences

    9. Columnist: The Conversation, The Guardian, The Economist, World Economic Forum, Financial Times, Forbes, Metina lista, Dnevnik, Finance

    Prizes (after 2011):
    2018 Student-led Award: Words of Wisdom
    2017 University of East London Teaching Excellency Award
    2017    International Fellowship, Noon Foundation
    2015    The Patrick Macartney Prize for Citizenship, U. Leeds
    2013    The Department Prize for Good Citizen, Umeå University

    Sociology Ambassador University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences

    Research Fellowships and Affiliations
    2017-present                       Centre for Social Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences (U. Ljubljana)
    2015-present                       Centre for Employment Relations, Innovation and Change (U. Leeds)
    2015-present                       Central European Labour Studies Institute (EU) 
    2015-present                       Centre for International Research on Care, Labour and Equalities (U. Sheffield)
    2015-present                       Research Centre for Strategy and Governance (U. Ljubljana)
    2014-present                       Human Ecology (U. Alberta)
    2013-present                       Faculty of Social Work (U. Iceland)
    2010-present                       Work Futures Research Centre (U. Southampton)

    Key research themes: Welfare State, Comparative Social Policy, Family Policy and Childcare, Labour Markets, Work/Family/Care Reconciliation, Gender Pay Gap, Gender Opportunities Gap, Social Inequalities, Development, Sustainability, Research Methods.

    I have an interdisciplinary background in public and social policy, and my research builds on a dynamic research agenda that gravitates towards (1) political economy of work+family+care; (2) social politics, economics of care and gender; (3) social sustainability and quality of life; and (4) methodologies of evidencing this in comparative perspective. This gathers momentum behind a ‘sustainable societies’ agenda and focuses on topics around political economy of the welfare state and its implications on governance arrangements, social policy and sustainability of work+family+care blend. 



    2017-present  University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Science, Centre for Social Psychology

    2015-present  Centre for Employment Relations, Innovation and Change (University of Leeds, UK)

    2015-present  Central European Labour Studies Institute (Slovakia) 

    2015-present  University of Ljubljana Global Network

    2015-present  Centre for International Research on Care, Labour and Equalities (U. Sheffield, UK)

    2015-present  International Institute for Qualitative Methodology (U. Alberta, Canada)

    2015-present  Research Centre for Strategy and Governance (U. Ljubljana, Slovenia)

    2014-present Human Ecology (U. Alberta, Canada)

    2013-present University of Iceland

    2010-present Work Futures Research Centre (U. Southampton, UK)

    Research stays abroad (invited, with awards):

    summer 2017 Visiting Researcher, Uni. of Ljubljana, Centre for Social Psychology

    2016/17 Visiting Lecturer, Uni. Ljubljana

    2015/11 Visiting Lecturer, Queen’s Uni. Belfast (Dr Rossella Ciccia)

    2015/3-4 Visiting Lecturer, Uni. Ljubljana (Prof Hajdeja Iglič)

    2014/8-9 Visiting Fellow, Uni. Alberta (Prof Janet Fast)

    2013/11-12 Visiting Fellow, Uni. Iceland (Profs Steinunn Hrafnsdóttir & Guðný Björk Eydal)

    Associate Editor:
    Journal of Family Studies (2015+)
    International Journal of Care and Caring (2016+)

    Guest Editor:  
    Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis (with R. Ciccia)

    Editorial Board:  
    Journal Družboslovne razprave (2011 onwards); Metina lista

    Reviewer:   
    Social Forces; Journal of European Social Policy; Work, Employment and Societies; Social Politics; Journal of Family Issues; European Sociologucal Review; Journal of Social Policy; Policy & Politics; Social Policy & Administration; Comparative Sociology;Community, Work & Family; Int Jrnl of Comparative Sociology; Social Policy & Societies; Asian Women; Revija za socijalnu politiku (Croatian Journal of Social Policy); Journal Družboslovne razprave, IB Revija (Slovenian); Journal Gender, rovné příležitosti (Czech R.)

    Book Review:
    Stanford University Press
    Policy Press

    Grants:                                 
    FP7-people-COFUND peer review college 2013-2018
    ARRS (Slovenian Research Agency)
    CRP (Slovenian research programme)

    2018. The Gender Pay Gap - Moving Forward.  Policy Review 7 Eversheds Sutherland, London, 24 May.

    Tackling the Gender Pay Gap, Supporting Women and Promoting Equality in the Workplace. Public Policy Exchange, London, 18 Jan.

    Social Sustainability. University of Leeds, Earth and Environment, Leeds, 1 Feb.

    2017: Inequality, Inclusion and Diversity in Business. Global Equality and Diversity Conference and Awards. London, 30 Nov.

    Supporting Women in the Workplace. Westminster Briefing, London, 23 Nov.

    The Gender Pay Gap in Academia. Fawcett Society, London, 12 Oct.

    The curious case of the defamilialistic country cluster: Childcare in comparative perspective (with Mara Yerkes) FUNCAS: International Expert Workshop - Investing in children: Politics, Policies and Outcomes, Madrid, 22-23 May.

    2016. International conference on work-family reconciliation: active fatherhood. Active.All, the European Commission’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme and Slovenian Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, Kamnik, 24 May.

    The UK shared parental leave is a nice idea – but will it work? Work-Family Researchers Network, Washington DC, June

    Gender-neutral work-family policy in comparative perspective, Year of the Dad Conference 2016, Edinburgh, 12 Feb.

    The Changing Roadmaps to Work and Family Reconciliation – commentary on ‘A new start to address the challenges of work-life balance faced by working families’, European Women’s Lobby – Women’s Lobby Slovenia, Ljubljana, 1 Feb.

    2015: Work and Care Interplay in a Comparative Perspective, Queen’s University Belfast, 7 Nov.

    Welfare State Development and Change, Uni. Ljubljana, 27 March & 3 April.

    Resurrecting the Socialist Past to Better Understand the Post-Socialist Present, Uni. Glasgow, 25 Feb.

    Well-being in a comparative context, Society and the Seaside, Uni. Leeds, 29 Jan.

    2014: Ekvilib Institute Round Table: 10th Anniversary of Work-Family Reconciliation in Slovenia, Ljubljana, 10 Dec.

    Beijing+20 Conference, Women’s Lobby, Ministry of Labour, and Norwegian Government, Brdo pri Kranju, 12-14 Nov.

    Parental leave and work-family issues in comparative perspective, Scottish Government, Edinburgh, 27 Oct.

    Key Issues in Childcare Systems, Commission for Childcare Reform and Children in Scotland Alliance, Edinburgh, 27 Oct.

    Roundtable “Fight for Women in the 21st Century’s Society”, organised by Edite Estrela and Tanja Fajon, MEPs; European Parliament, Ljubljana, 21 May.

    Farewell to male breadwinning: Resurrecting the socialist past to better understand the post-socialist present, Revisioning Gender: Complex inequalities and Global Dimensions, organised by Social Politics (journal) and Uni of Stockholm, 13-15 June.

    Comparative Family Policy Analysis, U. Alberta, Department of Human Ecology, 5 Sept.

    2013:  Politics of Female Employment in Central and Eastern Europe. Understanding the Socialist Past, Centre for Gender Studies (UCGS), Umeå University, Sweden, 26 March.
    2012: Varieties of familialism in the most advanced post-socialist countries, International Workshop: Family Policies and Gender Equality in Central and Eastern Europe, Bucharest, Uni. Bucharest, 27-28 Sep.

    2011: Maternal employment and the state: Varieties of familialism in post-socialist countries, Uni. Stockholm, 13-14 Oct.

    2005: Gender Equality in CEE, UN Beijing+10 Review. New York: March.

    2004: Economic Empowerment Through Gender-Responsive Legislation, Joint World Bank and SIDA Conference. Working with Gender – A Decade of Transition in FSU Countries. Stockholm.
    Social costs of transition – a worsening record on gender equality – case of CEE, UNECE Beijing+10 PrepMeeting, Geneva.

    Registered Expert Adviser:

    UK Government

    UK Commission for Employment and Skills

    Race Disparity Audit

    Equality and Human Rights Commission

    Scottish Government: Children and Families Unit and Scottish Childcare Commission and Childcare Alliance 

    Government of Slovenia: 

    Institute of Macroeconomic Analysis and Development

    Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities

    Statistical Office of Republic of Slovenia

    Slovenian Human Rights Ombudsman  

    EIGE: European Institute of Gender Equality

    CEE Network for Gender Issues and Equality: Chair of the Steering Committee of the Regional Office of the European Network for Equal opportunities of genders;
    Stability Pact Gender Task Force and East-West Women: Advisory Board

    The Economist Intelligence Unit

    Meta Dekleta

    CEE Network for Gender Equality;

    Policy Consultant:

    Diversity and Equality in Business (Good Business)

    House of Commons Initiative on Domestic Abuse

    Race Disparity Audit and EHRC's Is Britain Fairer?

    The Economist Intelligence Unit

    World Bank (Distance Learning Dialogue Series: Implementing Gender Equality Legislation in Central Asia)

    Confederation of Family Organisations in EU

    ÖSB Consulting (Implementation of the European Commission Programme of Exchanges of Good Practices on Gender Equality);

    EPRD Office for Economic Policy and Regional Development;

    European Women’s Lobby & Women’s Lobby Slovenia.

    Chair:

    Steering Committee: Regional Office of the European Network for Equal Opportunities

    Executive Committee: VTIS

    Associate Member:

    CERIC;

    CIRCLE;

    Work Futures Research Centre;

    Network of East West Women

    Research Fellow: CELSI


    Collaborators

    • UEL
    • External
    • Director, Professor
      Eva Lloyd
    • Lecturer, CERIC
      Elizabeth Oliver
    • Lecturer, Queen's Uni Belfast
      Rossella Ciccia

    BOOKS AND SPECIAL ISSUES
    Yerkes, M.A., J. Javornik, A. Kurowska (Eds., in progress). Enhancing Capabilities? Rethinking European Social Policies from a New Perspective, Policy Press Shorts.

    Ciccia, R., Javornik, J. (Eds., IN PRESS). ‘Methodological challenges for comparative welfare state research: capturing intra-country variation in cross-national analyses,’ Special Issue Journal of Comparative Social Policy.

    Javornik, J. (Ed.) (2007) Social Overview – Slovenia 2006. IMAD: Ljubljana http://goo.gl/1rvX0

    Co-author: Social Situation in the European Union 2005-2006. Brussels: European Commission and Eurostat: http://goo.gl/lAOF8

    Co-author: Social Situation in the European Union 2004. European Commission and Eurostat, Brussels. http://goo.gl/xaewv

    Javornik, J. (Ed.) (2006) Socialni razgledi 2006. UMAR: Ljubljana http://goo.gl/fgRZJe

    Javornik, J., Korošec, V. (Eds.) (2004) Human Development Report- Slovenia 2002/2003. IMAD, UNDP: http://goo.gl/M4YTZ

    Javornik, J. (2002) ‘(Do) Kdaj (ne)enake možnosti spolov?,’ Introduction to A. Sen: Ekonomija blaginje: izbrane razprave (Economics of Welfare: selected essays). *cf.: Ljubljana, p. 231-243.

    Hanžek, M., Javornik, J. (Eds.) (1999) Human Development Report-Slovenia 1999. Ljubljana: IMAD/UNDP.

    Hanžek, M., Javornik, J. (Eds.) (1998) Human Development Report-Slovenia 1998. Ljubljana: IMAD/UNDP.

    ACADEMIC ARTICLES
    Javornik, J., Ciccia, R. (forthcoming Nov 2018). ‘Editorial Introduction,’ In: Ciccia, R.,

    Javornik, J. (Eds). Methodological challenges for comparative welfare state research: capturing intra-country variation in cross-national analyses, Journal of Comparative Social Policy Special Issue (n.p.)

    Javornik, J., Kurowska, A. (2017). ‘Work and Care Opportunities under Different Parental Leave Systems: Gender and Class Inequalities in Northern Europe,’ Social Policy and Administration, 51(4): 617-637, DOI: 10.1111/spol.12316: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/spol.12316/full

    Javornik, J., J. Ingold. (2015). ‘A childcare system fit for the future?’ In: Foster, L., Brunton, A., Deeming, C. and T. Haux (Eds): In Defence of Welfare 2, Bristol: Policy Press, Social policy Association, p. 75-8. http://goo.gl/WOYGEB

    Javornik, J. (2015). ‘Is it becoming easier to be a working mother?’ World Economic Forum, https://goo.gl/YPxzaD

    Javornik, J., Oliver, L. (2015). ‘Legal battles loom on shared parental leave from fathers not getting equal benefits,’ The Conversation, 14 Dec https://goo.gl/dYzVka

    Javornik, J. (2015). Is it becoming easier to be a working mother? The Conversation, 5 Oct https://goo.gl/r2C7uf

    *Javornik, J. (2014). ‘Measuring state de-familialism: Contesting post-socialist exceptionalism,’ Journal of European Social Policy, 24(3): 240-257. Most cited JESP article in the 2015-2016 period.

    Grönlund, A., Javornik, J. (2014). 'Great expectations. Dual-earner policies and the management of work–family conflict: the examples of Sweden and Slovenia,' Families, Relationships and Societies, 3(1): 51-65.

    Javornik, J. (2014). 'L’adieu au modèle de l’homme soutien de famille. Le present postsocialiste à la lumière du passé socialiste,' Politiques sociales et familiales, Dossier Genre, famille et État en Europe centrale et orientale, 115: 11-24.

    Javornik, J. (2014). ‘Understanding factors of female employment: How to approach the employment gap between women with pre-schoolers and those without?’ Umeå University Welfare Studies Working Paper.

    Javornik, J., A. Green (2014) ‘Work-family policies in leading countries’, Background Analysis for The Economist (Group for Europe, Africa and the Middle East).

    Javornik, J. (2012). ‘State socialism: Dismantling the male-breadwinner family model in Central and Eastern Europe?’ Umeå University Welfare Studies Working Paper 14/2012.

    Javornik, J. (2007). Predstavitev publikacije Socialni razgledi 2006,’ IB - International Review, 41(1): 97-107.

    Artnik, B., Vidmar, G., Javornik, J., Laaser, U. (2006). ‘Premature mortality in Slovenia in relation to selected biological, socioeconomic, and geographical determinants,’ Croatian Medical Journal 47(1): 103-113: http://goo.gl/juoQk

    Javornik, J. (2005). ‘Do (EU) Policies Matter?’ Distance Learning Dialogue Series No, World Bank and UNDP: Economic Empowerment through Gender-responsive Labour Legislation.

    Javornik, J. (2004). ‘Gender Mainstreaming in the Public Employment Service. Statement and Comments – Slovenia.’ Report prepared for European Commission, Peer Review: Gender Mainstreaming in the Public Employment Service, Denmark: http://goo.gl/b68A0

    Javornik, J. (2004). ‘Gender as a determinant of social status - towards an androgynous society?’ IB - International Review, XXXVIII(3).

    Javornik, J. (2004). ‘Perceptions of Living Conditions in an Enlarged Europe,’ IB - International Review, XXXVIII(3).

    Javornik, J. (2003). Ženske na trgih dela post-socialističnih držav,’ Read on Radio Slovenia, III. Programme, Trojnaspirala.

    Javornik, J. (2003). Avantura desetletja ali kako v postsocialističnih državah preživeti kot ženska? Radio Slovenia, III. Programme, Trojna spirala.

    Javornik, J., Hanžek, M., Tršelič, A. (2000). Tranzicija in (ne)enakost med spoloma,’ Družboslovne razprave, 34-35: 167-187.

    Javornik, J. (2000). ‘Nekateri elementi zastopanosti žensk v javni sferi (Selected Parameters of Women‘s Participation in the Public Sphere),’ IB-International Review, 1: 44-52.

    Ingold, J., Javornik, J. (2015). Focusing free childcare on ‘working parents’ is short-sighted, The Conversation, 22 July https://goo.gl/eV6EQd

    Javornik, J. (2014). ‘Understanding factors of female employment: How to approach the employment gap between women with preschoolers and those without?’ Umeå University Welfare Studies Working Paper.

    Javornik, J. (2014). Why UK should follow Nordics lead on universal childcare, The Conversation, 29 Sep. https://goo.gl/7E2trw

    Javornik, J. (2014). Employers aren’t ready for shared parental leave, The Conversation, 26 Aug. https://goo.gl/qiOFws

    Javornik, J. (2014). Shared parental leave is a nice idea – but will it actually work? The Conversation, 23 July. https://goo.gl/J1vtwA

    Javornik, J. (2013). ‘State socialism: Dismantling the male-breadwinner family model in Central and Eastern Europe?’ Umeå University Welfare Studies Working Paper 14/2012: http://goo.gl/eBWwu

    Javornik, J. (2013). Slovenija je najbolj egalitarna družba v OECD in EU, Fact Check Meta Analyses Series: Metina lista http://goo.gl/6N2ltx

    Javornik, J. (2013). Ima SLO res enega najdaljših starševskih dopustov v Evropi? Ne drži, Fact Check Meta Analyses Series: Metina lista http://goo.gl/BpzQ6q

    Javornik, J. (2012). ‘Rethinking comparative childcare policy analysis: Example of Central and Eastern Europe,’ Umeå University Welfare Studies Working Paper 10/2012: http://goo.gl/pBxXN

    Javornik, J., Skledar, Š. (2005). ‘Paternal leave from 2005,’ Eironline: European Industrial Relations Observatory: http://goo.gl/1zVZz

    Javornik, J., Skledar, Š. (2004). ‘Gender Equality Legislation Examined,‘ Eironline: European Industrial Relations Observatory: http://goo.gl/SjtEB

    Skledar, Š., Javornik, J. (2004). ‘Discrimination against women highlighted,’ Eironline: European Industrial Relations Observatory: http://goo.gl/pjctH
    Skledar, Š., Javornik, J. (2003). ‘Part-Time Work in Focus,’ Eironline: European Industrial Relations Observatory:http://goo.gl/fQJn6

    BOOK CHAPTERS
    Javornik, J., L. Oliver (forthcoming 2018). ‘Critical appraisal of the UK shared parental leave: Reconceptualising parents’ capabilities and gender equality,’ In: Yerkes, M.A. and J.
    Javornik (Eds.), Enhancing Capabilities? Rethinking European Social Policies from a New Perspective, Policy Press Shorts.

    Yerkes, M.A., J. Javornik, A. Kurowska (Eds.). Capabilities and Social Policy: Insights into concepts, measurements and application, In: Yerkes, M.A. and J. Javornik (Eds.), Enhancing Capabilities? Rethinking European Social Policies from a New Perspective, Policy Press Shorts.

    Yerkes, M.A., J. Javornik, A. Kurowska (forthcoming 2018). ‘Enhancing Capabilities? Rethinking European Social Policies from a New Perspective,’ In: Yerkes, M.A., A. Kurowska, J. Javornik (Eds.). Capabilities and Social Policy: Insights into concepts, measurements and application, Policy Press Shorts

    Yerkes, M., J. Javornik, A. Kurowska (forthcoming 2018). ‘Capabilities and Social Policy: towards a social policy framework; editors,’ In: Yerkes, M.A., A. Kurowska, J. Javornik (Eds.). Capabilities and Social Policy: Insights into concepts, measurements and application, Policy Press Shorts

    Kurowska, A., J. Javornik. (Forthcoming 2018). ‘Comparative social/family policy through the lenses of the capability approach,’ In: Yerkes, M.A., A. Kurowska, J. Javornik (Eds.). Capabilities and Social Policy: Insights into concepts, measurements and application, Policy Press Shorts

    Javornik, J., M.A. Yerkes (forthcoming 2018). ‘Conceptualising National Family Policies: A capabilities approach,’ In: W. Van Lancker and R. Nieuwenhuis (Eds.), Handbook of Family Policy, Palgrave MacMillan.

    Javornik, J., Ciccia, R. (forthcoming 2018). ‘Intra and cross-national policy analysis,’ In: B. Guy Peters, G. Fontaine (Eds). Handbook of Methods for Comparative Policy Analysis, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.

    Mätzke, M., J., Brokking, P., Anntonen, A., Javornik, J. (2017). ’Public Policy Conceptions: Priorities of social service provision in Europe,’ In: F. Martinelli, Anntonen, A., Mätzke, M., (Eds.). Social Services Disrupted. Changes, Challenges and Policy Implications for Europe in Times of Austerity, Edward Elgar Publishing, p. 71-91. ISBN 978 1 78643 210 0 Available online  

    Deusdad, B., Javornik, J., Mas Giralt, R., Marban Flores, R. (2017) ’Care in the wake of the financial crisis. Gender implications in Spain and the United Kingdom,’ In: F. Martinelli, Anntonen, A., Mätzke, M., (Eds.). Social Services disrupted. Changes, Challenges and Policy Implications for Europe in Times of Austerity, Edward Elgar Publishing, p.176-197. ISBN 978 1 78643 210 0. 

    Javornik, J. (in press).  ’Urban Variation in childcare provision: The case of Slovenia,’ In: F. Martinelli (Ed.). Territorial Differences in Social Services. Path Dependency, Local Welfare and Universalism.  London: Ashgate.

    Javornik, J. (2016). ’ Slovenia,’ In: G. Razzu (Ed.). Gender Inequality in the Eastern European Labour Market: Twenty-five years of transition since the fall of communism. London: Routledge.  ISBN: 978-1-138-99985-5, pp. 242-368.

    Javornik, J. (2016).  ‘Maternal Employment in Postsocialist Countries: Understanding the Implications of Childcare Policies,’ In: Höfacker, D., Roosalu, T. (Eds). How Gender Works? Testing Established Theories in Post-Socialist Labour Markets, Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 189-214. ISBN: 978-1-349-57128-4

    Javornik, J., J. Ingold. (2015) ‘A childcare system fit for the future?’ In: Foster, L., Brunton, A., Deeming, C. and T. Haux (Eds): In Defence of Welfare 2, Bristol: Policy Press, p. 75-8.

    Javornik, J., Kersnik, M., Kuhar, M., Rener, T., Švab, A. (2007) The Family and Its New Forms’. In: Social Overview–Slovenija 2006. Ljubljana: IMAD, p. 72-85.

    Javornik, J., Kersnik, M., Kuhar, M., Rener, T., Švab, A. (2007) ‘Družina in njene nove podobe’. In: Socialni razgledi – Slovenija 2006. Ljubljana: IMAD, p. 72-85 (in Slovenian).

    Javornik, J., Rebolj, M., Malnar, B. (2004) ‘Socio-economic Determinants of Health.’ In: Javornik, J., Korošec, V. (Eds.). Human Development Report – Slovenia 2002/2003. NY, Ljubljana: UNDP, IMAD, p. 38-43.

    Javornik, J. (2002) ‘Integration of Women in the Labour Market. Do Policies Matter? A Case of Slovenia.’ In Dokmanović, M. (Ed.): Transition, Privatisation and Women. Women’s Centre for Democracy and Human Rights, Belgrade: SGS Background.

    Javornik, J., Hanžek, M., Gregorčič, M. (2000) ‘Social Welfare.’ In Petrin, T., Sicherl, P., Kukar, S., Mešl, M. and R. Vitez (Eds). Benchmarking Slovenia. An Evaluation of Slovenia's competitiveness, strengths and weaknesses. Ljubljana: Ministry of Economic Affairs.

    CONFERENCE PAPERS (selected)
    2018:

    2016:
    Varieties of de-familialism in Northern and Eastern Europe, ESPAnet Poland, Warsaw, 22-24 Sept (with A. Kurowska)

    Comparative family policy analysis revisited, ESPAnet Annual Conference, Rotterdam, 1-3 Sept (with A. Kurowska)

    The UK shared parental leave is a nice idea – but will it work? Work-Family Researchers Network Annual Conference, June, Washington D.C., 22-25 June (with E. Oliver)

    Shared Parental Leave – One Year In. Gender, Work & Organisation Annual Conference, Keele, 29 Jun-2 Jul (with E. Oliver)

    2015:
    Redesigning family policy analysis: How to capture policy frameworks, 2015 ESPAnet, the Centre for Welfare State Research, Uni. Southern Denmark, Odense, 3-5 Sep (with R. Ciccia).

    Comparative Childcare Policy Analysis, 10th International Conference in Interpretative Policy Analysis, 8-10 July, Lille.

    Family Policy Change in Slovenia, 4th European Conference on Politics and Gender, Uppsala, 11-13 June.

    2014:
    Comparative Family Policy Analysis. Uni. Alberta, Department of Human Ecology, 5 Sep. Available at: http://goo.gl/AoznVO

    Challenges of Childcare Policy Analysis. Work-Family Researchers Network “Changing Work and Family Relationships in a Global Economy” Conference, Symposium 201, NY, 18-22 Jun.

    It takes a village. Support sources in the work-life mishmash of parents of children with/without disabilities. Work-Family Researchers Network Changing Work and Family Relationships in a Global Economy Conference, Symposium 149, NY, 18-22 Jun.

    Farewell to Male Breadwinning: Resurrecting the Socialist Past to Better Understand the Post-Socialist Present. ”Revisioning Gender. Complex Inequalities and Global Dimensions,” Social Politics and Uni. Stockholm, 13-15 June.

    Comparative Childcare Policy Analysis Revisited. Examples of Central and Eastern Europe. Population Association of America 2014 Annual Meeting, Session 213: Family Policy Across the World, Boston, 29 Apr – 3 May. Available at: http://goo.gl/GcVvs8

    State, Market and the Family in the work-life mishmash of working parents. BSA Annual Conference, Stream: Families and Relationships, Leeds, 23-25 Apr: http://goo.gl/Ti7ZQc

    Measuring state de-familialism: Contesting post-socialist exceptionalism. BSA Annual Conference, Stream: Families and Relationships, Leeds, 23-25 Apr.

    Dismantling the Male-Breadwinner Family Model in Central and Eastern Europe? Understanding the Socialist Past. 21st International Conference of Europeanists, Session: Caring about Gender in European Politics. Washington DC, 14-16 Mar (paper accepted)

    2013:
    Sustainable comparative childcare policy (analysis). “Talking about Sustainable Societies” seminar/debate series 2013, Uni. Leeds, 10 Sep. Available at: http://goo.gl/ADn0Pp

    Maternal Employment and the State: Varieties of Familialism in Post-Socialist Countries. 20th International Conference of Europeanists, Session: Recent Changes in Policies & Institutions of Family Policies, Amsterdam, 25-27 Jun.

    It takes two to tango. The role of family support in work-family management: the case of Slovenia. Sociologiska institutionen, Umeå University, 27 Feb: http://goo.gl/Gh3sM

    2012:
    Great Expectations. Dual-earner policies and the management of WFC in Sweden and Slovenia. Umeå University, 5 Sep: http://goo.gl/s2JGD

    Rethinking work-family conflict. Balancing role conflict and role expansion in different contexts. Work and Family Researchers Network Meeting, NY, 14-16 Jun.

    Policies and work-family conflict in Sweden and Slovenia. 26th Conference Nordic Sociological Association, University of Iceland, 15-18 August 2012, Reykjavik (presented by co-author A. Grönlund).

    Maternal employment and the state: Varieties of familialism in post-socialist countries. Umeå University, 11 Jan. http://goo.gl/7Pq4Y

    Great Expectations. Perceptions and management of work-family conflict in Sweden and Slovenia. Sociologförbundetsårsmöte (Swedish Sociological Association Conference), Stockholm, 15-17 Mar (presented by co-author A. Grönlund).

    Improving measurement of childcare policies: Is policy index an effective analytical tool in comparative research? Umeå University, 8 Jun.

    2011:
    The dynamics of the policies of care: institutions, interests and tensions. XVI Nordic Political Science Congress, Vaasa, 9-12 Aug.

    2010:
    Exploring Maternal Employment in post-socialist countries: Do childcare policies matter? Uni. Southampton, 28 May.

    Improving measurement of childcare policies: Is policy index an effective tool in comparative research? Issues and Applications, 8th Annual ESPAnet conference, Budapest, 1-5 Sep.

    2009:
    Comparative Policy Evaluation: Using Indices. Research Day, University of Southampton, 26 Apr.

    2008:
    Female Employment in Post-Socialist Societies. ESPAnet/RECWOWE Doctoral Workshop, Helsinki: Sep. & Edinburgh: June.

    2003:
    Vidmar, G., Javornik, J., Artnik, B. 2003: A Study of Socio-Economic Determinants of Mortality in Slovenia: Findings and Methodological Issues. Int. Conference on methodology & statistics, Statistical Society of Slovenia, Ljubljana, 14-17 Sep.

    Artnik, B., Vidmar, G., Javornik, J. OLAP for Health Statistics: How to Turn a Simple Spreadsheet into a Powerful Analytical Tool. 12th Conference on Integration of Statistics in the Information Society, Radenci, 25-27 Nov. SORS, Statistical Society of the Republic of Slovenia: Ljubljana. pp. 476-481.

    RESEARCH AND POLICY REPORTS
    Javornik, J, S. Yeandle. (2015). Gender Initiatives: Case studies of organisational interventions to improve women’s position in the workplace. Report commissioned by UK Commission for Employment and Skills. 

    with Green, A. (2014). ‘Work-family policies in leading countries’, Background Analysis for The Economist (Group for Europe, Africa and the Middle East).

    Javornik, J. (2005). Do (EU) Policies Matter?’ Distance Learning Dialogue Series No, World
    Bank and UNDP: Economic Empowerment through Gender-responsive Labour Legislation.

    Javornik, J. (2004). ‘Gender Mainstreaming in the Public Employment Service. Statement and Comments – Slovenia.’ Report prepared for European Commission, Peer Review: Gender Mainstreaming in the Public Employment Service, Denmark: http://goo.gl/b68A0

    Javornik, J. (2004). Economic Empowerment through Gender-Responsive Legislation. Working with Gender – A Decade of Transition in FSU Countries. Stockholm: The World Bank, SIDA.

    Javornik, J. (2003). National Report - Slovenia. In: Fortuny, M., Nesporova, A., Popova, N. (eds): Employment promotion policies for older workers in the EU accession countries, the Russian Federation and Ukraine. ILO.

    PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF SCIENCE (2010 onwards)
    Javornik, J. (2017) Returnships for women won’t fix the career break penalty, The Conversation, March 21:

    Javornik, J., Oliver, L. (2015). ‘Legal battles loom on shared parental leave from fathers not getting equal benefits,’ The Conversation, 14 Dec

    Javornik, J. (2015). ‘Is it becoming easier to be a working mother?’ World Economic Forum

    Ingold, J., Javornik, J. (2015). Focusing free child care on ‘working parents’ is short-sighted, The Conversation, 22 July

    Javornik, J. (2014). ‘Understanding factors of female employment: How to approach the employment gap between women with pre-schoolers and those without?’ Umeå University Welfare Studies Working Paper.

    2014: Why UK should followNordics lead on universal childcare, The Conversation, 29 Sep.

    Employers aren’t ready forshared parental leave, The Conversation, 26 Aug.

    Shared parental leave isa nice idea – but will it work? The Conversation, 23 July.

    Shared Parental Leave (Part 1): The EqualityPerspective, Invited Commentary, My Family Care, 8 May


    2013. ‘Statesocialism: Dismantling the male-breadwinner family model in Central and EasternEurope?’ Umeå University Welfare Studies Working Paper 14/2012

    2013. Slovenija je najbolj egalitarna družba v OECD in EU, Fact Check Meta Analyses Series: Metina lista

    2013. Ima SLO res enega najdaljšihstarševskih dopustov v Evropi? Ne drži, Fact Check Meta Analyses Series: Metina lista

    2012. ‘Rethinking comparativechildcare policy analysis: Example of Central and Eastern Europe,’ Umeå University Welfare Studies Working Paper 10/2012:

    2005. Javornik, J., Skledar, Š. ‘Paternal leave from2005,’ Eironline: European Industrial Relations Observatory

    2004. Javornik, J., Skledar, Š. ‘Gender EqualityLegislation Examined,‘ Eironline: European Industrial Relations Observatory

    2004. Skledar, Š., Javornik, J. ‘Discrimination againstwomen highlighted,’ Eironline: European Industrial Relations Observatory

    2003. Skledar, Š., Javornik, J. ‘Part-Time Work inFocus,’ Eironline: European Industrial Relations Observatory

    RESEARCH FEATURED IN MEDIA
    Gender Pay Gap Highlights UK Economy's Untapped Potential, Bloomberg, 5 April 2018

    Pay dads to stay at home or shared parental leave will fail, The DailyTelegraph, 7 April 2018
    Forced Marriages in the UK, Newham Recorder, 25 Oct 2017

    Forced Marriages, Roundtable: BBC Asian Network, 30 November 2017

    Interview on Global Scholars: BBC Asian Network, 11 July 2017

    How real is the gender pay gap: TRT World, 7 March 2017

    A Year Into Shared Parental Leave, Financial Times & Totaljobs, 4 Apr 2016

    Daddy’s home: ‘Why on earth did I take shared parental leave? The Observer, 27 Mar 2016

    Shared parental leave: the fathers bringing up baby, Financial Times, 13 Mar 2016

    Virgin's New Paternity Leave Policy: It's Not Quite as Great as The Hype, Forbes, 12 June

    It’s the new era of shared parental leave (if you can afford to take it), The Guardian, 05 Apr 2016

    The Economist explains: Why Swedish men take so much paternity leave, The Economist, 22 July

    Interview on Shared Parental Leave: BBC Radio Kent, 21 August 2016

    Interview on Shared Parental Leave: BBC Radio 4 Today, 18 August 2016

    Interview on Shared Parental Leave: BBC Radio London, 18 August 2016

    So moški v Sloveniji res tako slabi starši? Interview for Planet SiOL.net

    THESES
    2010 Maternal employment in post-socialist countries. Understanding the Implications of Childcare Policies. Southampton, University of Southampton, PhD Thesis (EN).
    2001 Integration of Women in the Labour Market: Do Maternity/Parental Leave Policies Matter? A Comparative Study of Hungary and Slovenia. MPhil Thesis. Ljubljana, Maynooth, Roskilde, Pavia: FDV (EN)
    2000 Spolna (ne)enakost, tranzicija in cenadelovne sile (Sexual (in)equality, Transition and the Price of the Labour Force). MA Thesis. Ljubljana: FDV (SI).

    Grants:
    2018   OFFA Global Classroom, University of East London
    2018   Gatsby Foundation
    2017   Ad Futura Mobility Grant, Slovene Human Resources Development and Scholarship Fund
    2017   Noon Foundation Global Scholars
    2017   Academic Partnership Study Abroad, University of East London, UK
    2016   London Scholars, UEL Engage, Civic Engagement, University of East London
    2016   The Norwegian Financial Mechanism Programme (12/2016; Co-applicant; led by the Slovenian Equal
    Opportunity Office).
    2016   DG Employment OEL Study “to collect information for a limited number of substances with a view to
    analyze the health, socio-economic and environmental impacts in connection with possible amendments of
    Directive 2004/37/EC on the protection of workers”, with RPA (UK) and EPRD Office for Economic Policy and
    Regional Development Ltd (09/2015). 
    2015 UK Commission for Employment and Skills, Challenging workplace norms to address gender inequality PI;
    ref: UKFP HK: UK Futures Programme – Competition on tackling gender imbalance in the labour market).
    2014 Uni. Leeds, Care-Connect International Collaboration Scholarship Grant
    2013 Uni. Leeds, WCGT/BSS Research Fellowship.
    2013 Stiftelsen Riksbankens Jubileumsfond Conference Grant, with M. Eger, J.Kulin, I. Sevä, J. Mewes.
    2013 Welfare State Studies Programme Grant, with M. Eger, J. Kulin, I. Sevä, J. Mewes.
    2013 Norrlands Universitetssjukhus, Umeå Kommun and Umeå University Conference Grant, with M. Eger, J.
    Kulin, I. Sevä, J. Mewes.
    2012 Umeå Uni. Welfare State Research Programme Mobility Grant.
    2012 Welfare State Research Programme Data Support Grant.
    2008 Uni. Southampton Mobility Grant.
    2006 Uni. Southampton Open Competition Award, School of Social Sciences PhD Fellowship 2006-2010.
    1998 UNDP HDR Funding Programme, Slovenian HDR (1998-2003; $10m).

    Awards:
    2015 COST Action IS1102 Travel Awards.
    2014 Uni. Alberta Research Award.
    2014 Work and Family Researchers Network Travel Award.
    2014 Routledge Taylor & Francis “Work and Family Researchers Network Conference” Scholarship.
    2014 COST Action IS1102 Travel Award.
    2014 Social Politics & Uni. Stockholm Conference Award.
    2013 COST Action IS1102 Scientific Mission Award, Uni. Iceland.
    2003 UNDP Human Development Award, Uni. Oxford.
    2001 Young Elite Research (Line of Excellency) Award. Faculty of Social Science, Uni. Ljubljana.
    2000 Prešeren Foundation Best Undergraduate Student Paper Award, Uni. Ljubljana.
    1998 UNDP HDR Funding Programme for the Slovenian Human Development Reports (1998-2003).
    1995 Young Elite Students Award, Government of Slovenia and Uni. Ljubljana.

    Unsuccessful large grants:
    Riksbankens Jubileumsfond Initiative (12/2014; Lead applicant & PI for UK. 01/2016-01/2020 (£1,2m).
    Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (11/2014; Co-applicant; CAN$1,8m)




    RESEARCH AND POLICY REPORTS:
    Javornik, J, S. Yeandle (2015). Gender Initiatives: Case studies of organisational interventions to improve women’s position in the workplace. Report commissioned by UK Commission for Employment and Skills.

    with A. Green (2015). ‘Work-family policies in leading countries’, Background Analysis for The EconomistIntelligence Group (Group for Europe, Africa and the Middle East).

    Javornik, J. (2005). ‘Do (EU) Policies Matter?’ Distance Learning Dialogue Series No, World Bank and UNDP: Economic Empowerment through Gender-responsive Labour Legislation.

    Javornik, J. (2004). ‘Gender Mainstreaming in the Public Employment Service. Statement and Comments – Slovenia.’ Report prepared for European Commission, Peer Review: Gender Mainstreaming in the Public Employment Service, Denmark: http://goo.gl/b68A0

    Javornik, J. (2004). Economic Empowerment through Gender-Responsive Legislation. Working with Gender – A Decade of Transition in FSU Countries. Stockholm: The World Bank, SIDA.

    Javornik, J. (2003). National Report - Slovenia. In: Fortuny, M., Nesporova, A., Popova, N. (eds): Employment promotion policies for older workers in the EU accession countries, the Russian Federation and Ukraine. ILO.

    PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF SCIENCE (2010 onwards)
    Javornik, J. (2017) Returnships for women won’t fix the career break penalty, The Conversation, March 21:

    Javornik, J., Oliver, L. (2015). ‘Legal battles loom on shared parental leave from fathers not gettingequal benefits,’ The Conversation, 14 Dec 

    Javornik, J. (2015). ‘Is it becoming easier to be aworking mother?’ World Economic Forum,

    Javornik, J. (2015). ’Is it becoming easier to be aworking mother?’ The Conversation, 5 Oct

    Ingold, J., Javornik, J. (2015). Focusing free childcareon ‘working parents’ is short-sighted, The Conversation, 22 July

    Javornik, J. (2014). ‘Understanding factors of female employment: How to approach the employment gap between women with preschoolers and those without?’ Umeå University Welfare Studies Working Paper.

    (2014). Why UK should followNordics lead on universal childcare, The Conversation, 29 Sep.

    (2014). Employers aren’t ready forshared parental leave, The Conversation, 26 Aug.

    (2014). Shared parental leave isa nice idea – but will it work? The Conversation, 23 July.

    (2014). Shared Parental Leave (Part 1): The EqualityPerspective, Invited Commentary, My Family Care, 8 May:

    (2013). ‘Statesocialism: Dismantling the male-breadwinner family model in Central and EasternEurope?’ Umeå University Welfare Studies Working Paper 14/2012.

    (2013). Slovenija je najbolj egalitarna družba v OECD in EU, Fact Check Meta Analyses Series: Metina lista

    (2013). Ima SLO res enega najdaljšihstarševskih dopustov v Evropi? Ne drži, Fact Check Meta Analyses Series: Metina lista

    (2012). ‘Rethinking comparativechildcare policy analysis: Example of Central and Eastern Europe,’ Umeå University Welfare Studies Working Paper 10/2012:

    (2005). Javornik, J., Skledar, Š. ‘Paternal leave from2005,’ Eironline: European Industrial Relations Observatory

    (2004). Javornik, J., Skledar, Š. ‘Gender EqualityLegislation Examined,‘ Eironline: European Industrial Relations Observatory

    (2004). Skledar, Š., Javornik, J. ‘Discrimination againstwomen highlighted,’ Eironline: European Industrial Relations Observatory.

    (2003). Skledar, Š., Javornik, J. ‘Part-Time Work inFocus,’ Eironline: European Industrial Relations Observatory.

    Media & non-academic press:
    Forced Marriages, Roundtable: BBC Asian Network, 30 November 2017.
    Interview on Global Scholars: BBC Asian Network, 11 July 2017.
    How real is the gender pay gap: TRT World, 7 March 2017.
    Interview on Shared Parental Leave: BBC Radio Kent, 21 August 2016.
    Interview on Shared Parental Leave: BBC Radio 4 Today, 18 August 2016.
    Interview on Shared Parental Leave: BBC Radio London, 18 August 2016.
    So moški v Sloveniji res tako slabi starši? Interview for Planet SiOL.ne http://goo.gl/C36yLe

    Research featured in:
    ForcedMarriages in the UK (2017): Newham Recorder
    A Year Into Shared Parental Leave, Financial Times & Totaljobs, 4 Apr
    Daddy’s home: ‘Why on earth did I take shared parental leave?’ The Observer, 27 March https://goo.gl/0FCdiV
    Shared parental leave: the fathers bringing up baby, Financial Times, 13 March https://goo.gl/dF6zg4
    Virgin's New Paternity Leave Policy: It's Not Quite as Great as The Hype, Forbes, 12 June: http://goo.gl/vVQsdK
    It’s the new era of shared parental leave (if you can afford to take it), The Guardian, 05 Apr: http://goo.gl/QObxaJ
    The Economist explains: Why Swedish men take so much paternity leave, The Economist, 22 July: http://goo.gl/rBxfEj  

    Policy Briefs:
    2011 ‘Human Development Indices,’ Kmet Zupančič, R. (ed.): Development Report 2011. IMAD: Ljubljana.
    2010 ‘Human Development Indices,’ Kmet Zupančič, R. (ed.): Development Report 2010. IMAD: Ljubljana.
    2010 ‘The UN Human Development Report 2010,’Slovenian Economic Mirror, XVI(11).2009 ‘The UN Human Development Report 2009,’Slovenian Economic Mirror, XV(10): 33-35. 2009 ‘Selected Indicators of Human Development,’ Slovenian Economic Mirror, XV(10): 35-37.2009 ‘Satisfaction with Life, ’Economic Mirror, 12(3): 18.2009 ‘Trust in Institutions, ‘Economic Mirror, 12(4): 21.2009 ‘Trust in Others,’ Economic Mirror, 12(6): 19.
    2005 ‘Human Development Index, ’Economic Mirror, 8-9: 19.
    2005 ‘Gender-related Development Index,’ Economic Mirror, 10: 19.
    2005 ‘Gender Empowerment Measure,’ Economic Mirror, 11: 21-22.
    2005 ‘Equal Opportunities Policy – Act Implementing

    Policy & Welfare:
    ESPAnet; European Consortium for Political Research; Social Policy Association; International Social Security Association; Council for European Studies; Population Association of America.

    Work/Labour:
    Work Futures Research Centre (Uni. Southampton); Central European Labour Studies Institute.

    Work-family:
    Work and Family Researchers Network (WFRN); WFRN International Disability, Work & Parenting Study Group; Uni. Leeds Parenting Network.

    Sociology:
    International Sociological Association; European Sociological Association; British Sociological Association; Nordic Sociological Association; Slovenian Sociological Association.

    Gender:
    Stability Pact Gender Task Force Board; CEE Network for Gender Issues; Slovenian Coalition for Parity in Public Life; Chair of the Steering Committee of the Regional Office of the European Network for Equal opportunities of genders; Network of East West Women; Karat Coalition; The European Women’s Lobby & Women’s Lobby Slovenia.

    Other:
    The Young Evian Group – Open World Initiative; Slovenian Movement for Sustainable Development; Metina lista; Meta Dekleta.

    Comparative policy analysis, social welfare, welfare state, equality and diversity in the labour market, social sustainability, research methods, data visualisation



    Doctoral Supervision: Clare Matysova (Director of Studies, with Angie Voela)

    MA / PhD Thesis examination
    Uni. Alberta and Ljubljana

    Transition Task Group, Reframing UEL management group
    Athena SWAN, Noon Centre
    Race Equality Charter, Noon Centre
    Equality and Diversity Ctte, Noon Centre
    Research and Knowledge Exchange Committee, Cass
    Academic School Review Panel Member, UEL
    Franchise Validation Panel Member, UEL
    UG Programme Leadership:
    BSc Sociology (100% NSS in 2016/17; 100% retention and progression)
    BA Sociology (revalidated with E. Woods)
    BA Economic, Politics and Policy (proposed, designed and validated; new for 2018/19 intake)

    PG Programme Leadership:
    MSc International Comparative and Public Policy (proposed, designed and validated with B. Radeljic; 2018 intake)

    Module Leadership:

    Introduction to Social Policy
    Delivering Social Welfare (Award for Teaching Innovation)
    Research and Dissertations
    Cultures of Work (Y3)          
    Political Sociology (Y2); Co-leader, U. Ljubljana (45 students)

    Team Teaching:
    Social Research Methods (Y1)                    
    Making a Social Scientist (Y1)                    
    Social Research Methods (Y2)                    
    Understanding Social Change (Y2), U. Leeds             

    Professional Development Certificates:
    Policy Briefs; Data Visualisation; Infographics for Policy Communication; Global Scholars; Common Purpose     

    University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Science and Faculty of Medicine (2011+)
    Political Sociology, Y2 and 3 (Co-leader)
    Family Sociology, Y4
    Social Development Indicators, MSc (Module Leader)
    Human Sustainable Development, MA