Slovenian language version of the Ethics Code Published

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Although it has now only recently become available through our website, Slovenia was one of the first countries whose ICOM National Committee has organized the translation into its language of ICOM Code of Ethic for Natural History Museums, approved at the 28th ICOM General Assembly in 2013 in Rio de Janeiro. The Slovene version of the new ICOM Code of Ethics for Natural History Museums was published by ICOM Slovenia in fall 2015 and presented to the public at the Ministry of Culture of Slovenia in March 2016.

The Board of ICOM NATHIST and the ICOM NATHIST Ethics Working Group are very grateful to ICOM Slovenia for undertaking this work. The goal is to get the ethical standards for natural history museums disseminated as widely as possible, and this translation provides tangible assistance with that.

 

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