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Media Coverage nikolic-josipovic
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The presidents of Serbia and Croatia are sounding a conciliatory tone following their first meeting, and are even floating the idea of dropping genocide lawsuits filed before the International Court of Justice.

Serbia President Tomislav Nikolic, speaking to reporters following the October 16th meeting, said the lawsuits should be stopped for the sake of peaceful relations. Neither side would be satisfied should the issue be played out in court, he said.

Human Rights Series AAA
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This publication is the result of the research that included an analysis of the legal framework in the areas of information, citizens’ consulting and providing free legal aid. It reflects the current state of free legal aid regulation and offers commentaries on the draft law on free legal aid, empirical data from the survey and a list of legal aid providers recognized by law in various procedures before state institutions and courts.

Human Rights Series ravnopravnost-cg
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This publication assesses the state of play pertaining to equality in Montenegro. It reviews the legal and institutional framework, case law and monitoring systems with a particular emphasis on discrimination, LGBT rights as well as women’s participation in the political and public life.

Human Rights Series ravnopravnost-al
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This publication assesses the state of play pertaining to equality in Kosovo. It reviews the legal and institutional framework, case law and monitoring systems with a particular emphasis on discrimination, LGBT rights as well as women’s participation in the political and public life.

Human Rights Series ravnopravnost-sr
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This publication assesses the state of play pertaining to equality in Serbia. It reviews the legal and institutional framework, case law and monitoring systems with a particular emphasis on discrimination, LGBT rights as well as women’s participation in the political and public life.

Media Coverage talasanje
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This morning on Radio Belgrade First Program, we spoke about the EU pre-accession screening, the statement of Jelko Kacin, negotiation chapters 23 and 24, visa liberalisation regime and many other issues. Guests in the studio were Nataša Vučković, President of the Parliamentary Committee on European Integration, and Milan Antonijević, Director of YUCOM.

Press releases BUDVA PRIDE
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STEP Coalition, composed of eight NGOs from Serbia, Montenegro and Kosovo, strongly condemns the reckless acts of physical violence by the groups of citizens gathered in order to sabotage the first Montenegrin Pride Parade “Seaside Pride” held on 24 July 2013 in Budva, which were followed by hate speech towards the participants and organizers of this gathering.

Transitional Justice yucom logo 700x330
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For a couple of days following the acquittals of Croatian Generals Gotovina and Markač and Kosovar KLA units’ leader Haradinaj, various reactions caused turmoil in the region – torrents of bitter statements from the Serbian side and euphoric outbursts in Croatia and Kosovo, respectively. As fierce as the reactions were, officials and the media in the counties in question quickly lost interest. It seems as though nothing was learned.

Human Rights Series zlocin iz mrznje
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This publication presents the concept of hate crime and to situate it in Serbian law in terms of definition and procedures available to citizens today. It also includes a comparative analysis of the legal framework pertaining to hate crime in other countries of the region and the European Union.

Projects uk embassy
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Hate crime in criminal legislation – an efficient way for the prevention and reduction of violence
Duration: January 2013 to April 2013
Sponsor: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
About the project: the project “Hate crime in criminal legislation – prevention and reduction of violence in Serbia” was implemented by the Lawyers’ Committee for Human Fights (YUCOM) and the Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA).
Project’s objective: Support from interested parties to the introduction of the concept of hate crime in the Criminal Code of the Republic of Serbia and development of an efficient network for this concept.

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