Initiative for Assessment of the Constitutionality of the Law on the Rights of Civilian Invalids of War

Initiative for Assessment of the Constitutionality of the Law on the Rights of Civilian Invalids of War

Ustavni sudThe Humanitarian Law Center (HLC) filed an initiative for the assessment of the constitutionality of the Law on the Rights of Civilian Invalids of War with the Constitutional Court of Serbia, due to the non-compliance of its provisions with the Constitution of Serbia and international human rights conventions. The HLC expects the Constitutional Court to act upon this initiative and declare the disputed legal provisions (Articles 2 and 3 of the Law) unconstitutional and annul them, which would then open a path for the passing of a new law which would guarantee comprehensive rights to civilian victims of armed conflicts, in line with the Constitution and the international obligations undertaken by the state of Serbia.

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(srpski) Za smrt najbližih krivim “arkanovce”

(srpski) Za smrt najbližih krivim “arkanovce”

danas_logoAlma Peković, ćerka i sestra žrtvava ratnog zločina iz aprila 1992, u Bijeljini, događaja koji je osvedočen na fotografiji foto-reportera Rona Haviva, a na kojoj se vidi da su ubice pripadnici Srpske dobrovoljačke garde – takozvanih Arkanovih Tigrova, podnela je 2. aprila 2015. godine krivičnu prijavu protiv anonimnih lica Tužilaštvu za ratne zločine.

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Presentation entitled “The ICTY’s investigation, reconstruction and prosecution of crimes committed in Srebrenica in July 1995“ is opened

Presentation entitled “The ICTY’s investigation, reconstruction and prosecution of crimes committed in Srebrenica in July 1995“ is opened

srebrenicaAn audio-visual presentation called „The ICTY’s investigation, reconstruction and prosecution of crimes committed in Srebrenica in July 1995“ was opened at the Center for Cultural Decontamination (CZKD) on 14 September 2015, organized by the Humanitarian Law Center (HLC) and SENSE – Center for Transitional Justice in Pula. The exhibition was opened by Sandra Orlovic, executive director of the HLC, Mirko Klarin, director of SENSE, Munira Subasic of the Association of Mothers of Srebrenica and Zepa, and Borka Pavicevic, director of the CZKD.

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Srebrenica: the needs of the victims

Srebrenica: the needs of the victims

b92_logo The stand of the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights ahead of the Srebrenica commemoration. Addressing the needs of the victims of the genocide must be the priority.

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KANDIĆ: Podrška za imenovanje žrtava

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