What is SILA?
Who We Are?
SILA stands for Slovenian International Ladies’ Association. The word “sila” also means “strength” in the Slovene language. SILA is a non-governmental, non-religious and non-profit organisation, formed in 1993 and run voluntarily by its members. SILA offers its members numerous opportunities to participate in diverse and interesting activities to foster deeper mutual understanding among ourselves and to expand our knowledge of Slovenia and the rest of the world.
Currently SILA has nearly 130 members of all ages from over 38 countries. Some are living in Slovenia temporarily, while others have been resident for many years, including many Slovene ladies. Our members have highly diverse backgrounds, including business, HR, politics, PR or spouses of diplomatic representatives.
To welcome and assist newcomers to Slovenia, share information and experience, foster goodwill and friendship among our members, further members’ knowledge and understanding of Slovenia by organising cultural, sports, educational and social activities and raise funds for the benefit of selected charity projects.
Read more about what we do at Sila and how to join us!
Members meet every second Tuesday of the month at 10.30 for a General Meeting at Hotel Lev.
Our next meeting: Summer lunch will be on 11th June 2014 at hotel Union