18. 11. 2020
City landmarks lit up for support and awareness-raising
On Tuesday, 17 November, to show our support for the global commitment to total elimination of cervical cancer we lit up the Butchers’ Bridge in teal and the Ljubljana Castle in purple to mark the World Prematurity Day.
17. 11. 2020
Ljubljana listed among the top 25 small cities in the world
The renowned British magazine Monocle has revealed its annual Small Cities Index and ranked Ljubljana among the top 25 small cities in the world.
16. 11. 2020
LPP drivers helping the University Medical Centre Ljubljana
LPP drivers took up the invitation of the University Medical Centre Ljubljana and volunteered to help. As volunteers they are helping with the logistics, cleaning and disinfection of beds and ambulances.
10. 11. 2020
International exhibition of posters on tolerance
From 11 November to 2 December 2020, an international exhibition of posters on the topic of tolerance is on display in the open-air gallery on the platform in front of the Slovenian House (Figovec). With the exhibition we are marking the International Day for Tolerance, 16 November, by presenting works of exceptional authors of posters and at the same time we are opening up an opportunity for much needed dialogue on the topic in the wider society.
10. 11. 2020
Virtual meeting of the Rainbow Cities Network
This year we attended the meeting of rainbow cities, which should have been held in Bergen, Norway, only virtually due to the epidemic and discussed the activities of the Rainbow Cities Network with representatives of other cities on 5 and 6 November 2020.
5. 11. 2020
Laying stumbling stones
For the third consecutive year, in cooperation with the Jewish Cultural Centre Ljubljana, we are running the project of placing commemorative markings into the pavement, the so-called stumbling stones – Stolpersteine, initiated by German artist Günter Demnig to commemorate holocaust victims.
5. 11. 2020
Art in a parking house
The parking house Congress Square is showing the exhibition Liberty, prepared by the Pionirski dom Centre for Youth Culture.
4. 11. 2020
New brochure on the development of Rog Centre
We are presenting a new brochure summing up the starting points, methods and development goals of the Rog Centre, a public creative hub planned in the city centre.
30. 10. 2020
Ljubljana the most e-mobile city in Slovenia
The assessment was carried out within the framework of the 2nd conference on e-mobility in municipalities, and Ljubljana won based on the overall mark given by the expert jury and the votes cast in an online survey.
29. 10. 2020
New cultural strategy adopted
At its October session the City Council of the City of Ljubljana has unanimously adopted the Culture Development Strategy in the City of Ljubljana for the period 2020-2023 with guidelines up to 2027.