The anti-discrimination laws were adopted in Serbia (2009), Kosovo (2004) and Montenegro (2010). However, despite their existence, these laws are rarely implemented completely, i.e. they are not applied adequately during anti-discrimination trials, thus often breaching the right to a fair trial guaranteed by the constitutions and international conventions..
YUCOM’s 2013 Annual Report is product of comprehensive all-year efforts and concretization of the idea of an overview of YUCOM’s activities, modeled on annual reports being published by regulatory bodies and by international human rights organizations. As one of the most influencing think-thanks in Serbia and the symbol of support to citizens when it comes to protection of their basic human rightsYUCOM is presenting its first annual report with the review of provided legal aid in 2013 and selected case studies, also with overviewof all the contrbutions to improvement of human rights protection as well as with the text about this issue’s specific theme which is the right of adequate housing of marginalized and socially disandvantiged groups in Serbia.
Lawyers’ Committee for Human Rights – YUCOM, in the period from February – December 2013, implements the project Amending the Constitution online and offline which is financially supported by National Endowment for Democracy (National Endowment for Democracy – NED). The aim of the project is to establish conditions to amend the Constitution, which would lead to greater harmonization of the Constitution with the standards of human rights and freedoms, international law and democracy, including as many sides interested in the debate on amending the constitution and establishing a common platform of civil society and formulating priority areas in order to amend the Constitution and eliminating defects observed in previous analyzes and constitutional practice.
The Ombudsman’s Recommendations in Practice
Title:Access to Justice and Free Legal Aid in Serbia
Challenges and Reforms
Title:For a More Efficient Justice Against Corruption
The second and revised edition of the handbook “Fighting Against Discrimination in the Education System”, which is created within the project Equal Rights in the Education System of the Republic of Serbia with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, is designed for educational advisers, educational inspectors, teachers and school directorates in Serbia and is aimed to help in fighting against discrimination in the education system.
NOT in my School!
One School for All!
Handbook for High School pupils and their parents
Title:Fostering the Role of Women in Political and Public Life
The Lawyers’ Committee for Human Rights has released a booklet within the framework of the project on fostering the role of women in political and public life.