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Audit Report 2017

Audit Report for 2017.

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Regarding the presentation of the Prosecutorial Strategy for the Investigation and Prosecution of War Crimes in the Republic of Serbia in the period 2018 to 2023

Regarding the presentation of the Prosecutorial Strategy for the Investigation  and Prosecution of War Crimes in the Republic of Serbia  in the period 2018 to 2023

Tuzilacka strategijaOn Monday, March 12, 2018, the Office of the War Crimes Prosecutor (OWCP) presented the Draft Prosecutorial Strategy for the Investigation and Prosecution of War Crimes in the Republic of Serbia for the period 2018-2023 (Draft), in accordance with the obligations of the Action Plan for Chapter 23 and the National War Crimes Prosecution Strategy (National Strategy). The Humanitarian Law Center (HLC) considers that the method of presenting the draft was not transparent, and that the draft strategy does not offer any solution to overcoming the key shortcomings in the previous work of the OWCP, and fails to determine adequate measures for achieving the primary goal the more efficient prosecution of war crimes.


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The Global Reparations Summit

The Global Reparations Summit

gr-2018On 25-26 March 2018, the Global Initiative for Justice, Truth and Reconciliation (GIJTR), of which the Humanitarian Law Center is a member, organized the Global Reparations Summit in Belgrade, Serbia.

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(srpski) NAJAVA: Razgovor sa porodicom Bogujevci

(srpski) NAJAVA: Razgovor sa porodicom Bogujevci

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Serbia’s New War Prosecutions Strategy ‘Flawed’, NGOs Claim

Serbia’s New War Prosecutions Strategy ‘Flawed’, NGOs Claim

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The Serbian war crimes prosecution’s draft strategy for 2018-2023 does not define priorities for prosecutions, indicators for measuring success, or deadlines for accomplishing objectives, rights campaigners claim.

Serbia’s as-yet-unpublished draft war crimes prosecution strategy for the next five years – a copy of which has been obtained by BIRN – has attracted criticism from human rights groups that allege the document does not properly address the country’s continuing failure to prosecute high-level suspects.

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EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Exhibition „ICTY: the Kosovo Case 1998-1999“

EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Exhibition „ICTY: the Kosovo Case 1998-1999“

kosovo-caseThe Humanitarian Law Center (HLC), in cooperation with the SENSE Center for Transitional Justice (Pula), the Documentation Center Kosovo, and Documenta – Center for Dealing with the Past, hereby invites you to the opening of the exhibition „ICTY: the Kosovo Case 1998-1999“. The opening will take place on March 19th 2018, at 7pm, at the Center for Cultural Decontamination (Birčaninova 21, Belgrade).

Through video materials and selected documents, this multimedia exhibition shows how crimes committed during the 1998-1999 armed conflict in Kosovo were investigated, reconstructed and prosecuted by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY). It presents facts about the crimes committed by Serbian military and police forces against the Albanian population in 1999, as well as the crimes of the KLA during 1998.

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