The main goal of this project is to educate key beneficiaries on issues and challenges surrounding freedom of expression and privacy protection on the internet in Serbia and to empower them by building their capacities for advocating and achieving the aforementioned rights
DRIM’s objective is to enhance the capacity of public institutions for promoting migrants’ economic integration, understood as fair access to employment, work and skills enhancement. The improved capacity of public institutions to respond to the needs of newly arrived as well as resident migrants through effective information sharing.
Addressing hate speech and hate crime of vulnerable groups in border areas – Towards Serbian response in accordance with EU policy
The proposed project will complement national policy process, a clearly outlined set of recommendations accompanied by the in depth analysis of implementation gaps will give the necessary impetus for relevant authorities to act and to provide the human rights groups with and adequate advocacy platform.
The overall object of the Action: the project’s overall objective is to reduce the level of homophobic, transphobic and discriminatory attitudes and behavior, through the sterile juxtapositions stereotypes and prejudices against LGBT population in Serbia.
One of the main aims of this project is to determine and evaluate the progress Serbia has made in the field of fundamental human rights by implementing the Action Plan for Chapter 23.
The overall object of the Action: Overall objective of this project is to enable citizens to have better access to justice with lower costs for citizens, as well as for the system through expanding the possibility for self-representation before the court.
The overall object of the Action: the objectives of the action are to contribute to the advancement of democracy, human rights, and the rule of law in Serbia. More specifically, the objectives are to contribute to the full enjoyment of the rights envisaged in the Constitution of Serbia and expected Law on Free Legal Aid, to promote free legal aid among general population, to exchange experiences from providing free legal aid, and to develop capacities of future providers of free legal aid.
Expert Consultation with Mónica Pinto, United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Independence of Judges and Lawyers
This consultation was an opportunity for legal professionals to provide the Special Rapporteur with information about the threats and risk faced by lawyers in Eastern Europe, North Caucasus and Central Asia.
The overall objective is to promote and protect the rights of the child on quality education by organizing the monitoring and implementation of procedures to identify and report cases of discrimination and other violations of children’s rights in education.
Vranjske weekly in cooperation with the Committee of Lawyers for Human Rights – YUCOM is implementing the project Independent Journalism for Independent Judiciary that is financed by the Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Serbia.
One of the main challenges of reforming the judiciary, that began in 2006, is still the independence of the justice system.