Training in „Monitoring, research and specifics of criminal trials for criminal offences with elements of corruption“ on Faculty of Law in Niš
Lawyers’ Committee for Human Rights, with the support from OSCE mission in Serbia, has held first of 4 trainings in “Monitoring, research and specifics of criminal trials for criminal offences with elements of corruption” on Faculty of Law in Niš on 26 th of April 2016.
Silence still reigns over Savamala and the “Gazela” bridge in Belgrade, where there were wrecking crews in the election night. The authorities still have no answers as to who has demolished a multitude of objects and on whose authority. The entire operation was assisted by people with hoods over their heads who, according to witnesses, were waylaying all passers-by.
By the direct application of ratified international convention on human rights, City municipality Zemun, has stopped the forced evictions of informal Roma settlement Grmeč until securing a durable housing solution for the inhabitants of this settlement.
The Lawyers Committee for Human Rights is participating in the monitoring of the representation of Serbia to OSCE with regards to the human aspect of OSCE, with the goal to actively contribute to human security of the citizens of Serbia.
Human aspect refers to the broader concept of security within OSCE which also includes the protection and promotion of human rights and democratic standards.