Generational solidarity: Slovenian youth centers open doors to all for ICT job skills training
I had asked Agata to show me her old work station before we stepped outside for a talk in the sunny courtyard of her ICT training center, located in a housing complex in the suburbs of Ljubljana, Slovenia. Now a member of European Union, Slovenia has been the fastest of the new states to integrate and succeed. Of the ten former communist countries to enter the EU since 2004, only Slovenia has adopted the Euro currency. Its economy is strong and has quickly adapted to the West. But unemployed Slovenians still suffer, despite the economic and social renaissance sprouting up around them.