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.
Title:Guidelines for Harmonization… [Already translated in English]
Languages: Serbian and English
Title:The Constitution at the Crossroads
Report on constitutional practice, constitutional shortcomings and solutions for improving the Constitution of Serbia.
::Human Rights and Disabled Persons, Belgrade, 2001 (Serbian)::
::Study on the Rights of Persons Belonging to National or Ethnic, Religious and Linguistic Minorities, Belgrade, 2001 (Serbian)::
::Study on the Rights of Persons Belonging to National or Ethnic, Religious and Linguistic Minorities, Belgrade, 2000 (Serbian)::
::Elections – Perspective on Establishing Democratic Practices, Belgrade, 2000 (Serbian)::
::Human Rights and Pre–Trial Detention, edited by Stevan Lilic Ph.D, Belgrade, 2000 (Serbian)::
::Land Mines – From Words To Action, edited by Stevan Lilic Ph.D, Belgrade, 2000 (Serbian)::
Title:Anti-corruption Mechanisms in Practice
Through a long-standing practice of providing legal aid assistance and other forms of activities aimed at upgrading human rights in Serbia, the Lawyers’ Committee for Human Rights – YUCOM has realized the significance of observing and studying corruptive behaviour and its influence on sustaining fundamental rights and the rule of law within society.
Study regarding the state rights of refugees from the Republic of Croatia
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.
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.