Constitution of the Republic of Slovenia
Article 41 (Freedom of Conscience)
Religious and other beliefs may be freely professed in private and public life.No one shall be obliged to declare his religious or other beliefs.Parents have the right to provide their children with a religious and moral upbringing in accordance with their beliefs. The religious and moral guidance given to children must be appropriate to their age and maturity, and be consistent with their free conscience and religious and other beliefs or convictions.
Article 46 (Right to Conscientious Objection)
Conscientious objection shall be permissible in cases provided by law where this does not limit the rights and freedoms of others.
Article 49 (Freedom of Work)
Freedom of work shall be guaranteed.Everyone shall choose his employment freely.Everyone shall have access under equal conditions to any position of employment. Forced labour shall be prohibited.