HLC receives award for fight against discrimination

HLC receives award for fight against discrimination

nagrada_2014The Humanitarian Law Center (HLC) has received an award for its contribution to the fight against discrimination during 2014. The award is given by the Coalition for the Fight Against Discrimination as an acknowledgment of individuals, organizations, institutions, companies, and media, who have made the greatest efforts in the fight against discrimination against minority and marginalized groups during the year, or who have contributed to the development of the equality of all citizens in Serbia.

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Melia: Serbia Lucky To Have BIRN, HLC, and Saša Janković

Melia: Serbia Lucky To Have BIRN, HLC, and Saša Janković

N1_logoThe Deputy Assistant to the US Secretary of the State, Mr. Thomas Melia, stated that Serbia should feel lucky for having organizations like the Humanitarian Law Center (HLC) and the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN), because it is important for every government to listen to organizations and people who publish important information, and to take measures based on this information.

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Amnesty International on the HLC

Amnesty International on the HLC

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In a recently published report, “Ending Impunity for Crimes under International Law”, the international human rights organization Amnesty International has acknowledged the endeavors of the Humanitarian Law Center for its work over many years on the researching and documentation of war crimes, and its advocacy of human rights in Serbia.

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Mayor of Lovas thanks HLC for support in Lovas case

The Mayor of Lovas, Mr. Stjepan Milas, has written to Natasa Kandic and the Humanitarian Law Center, expressing the gratitude of the Municipality of Lovas and that of the families of victims and survivors, for their support during the war crimes before the Higher Court in Belgrade – War Crimes Department, for crimes committed in Lovas.


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Letter of support – Dr. James Lyon

Sarajevo, 8 January 2008

To Whom It May Concern,

I
am writing in support of the Humanitarian Law Center’s proposal for funding from the United States Institute of Peace, to conduct mapping of public memorials in the successor states of the former Yugoslavia.
First let me speak to the merits of the Humanitarian Law Center, an organization whose work I have followed closely for over a decade. While working in Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo and Bosnia over the last 17 years, I have had ample opportunity to work with the HLC and with its director, Natasa Kandic.

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Speech made by Prof. Dr. Christian Schwarz-Schilling at the presentation of the Schwarzkopf prize award to Natasa Kandic, Vesna Terselic, Mirsad Tokaca and Sandra Orlovic in Berlin, December 2nd 2009.

Welcome

Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,

Dear Mr. Klein (– Head of Representation of the Federal State of Hamburg) Host

Dear Mr. Scharff, (Executive Director of the Schwarzkopf Foundation)

Dear Board Members of the Schwarzkopf-Foundation,
(Herrn Dr. Schmitz-Schwarzkopf, Dieter Kosslick, Dr. Klaes, Dr. Nümann, Herr Koll, Herr Schwarzkopf, Herr Bütow, Herr Dr. Schweitzer, Herr Dreger)

And last but not least: dear Prizewinners – Nataša Kandić, Vesna Teršelić and Mirsad Tokača.

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Letter of support – Dr. Juan E. Mendez

November 25, 2009

US Institute of Peace Washington DC

Dear friends: I am deeply honored to offer an enthusiastic recommendation in support of the proposal presented by the Humanitarian Law Center, of Belgrade, Serbia, to conduct a one-year project called “Mapping Public Memorials in the post-Yugoslav States.”

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Bez komentara: poster na Terazijama

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15 godina Fonda za humanitarno pravo

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