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Young People from the Region Visited Hrtkovci

May 23, 2018 4:19 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Within the Travelling School on Nationalism, a group of around twenty young people from Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo visited Hrtkovici, a town in Vojvodina which has recently come to public focus after the judgment of the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals by which Vojislav Šešelj was convicted for a crime against humanity for persecution of Croats from this municipality,

Around 120 young people at ‘Bring Your Own History’ conference started creating shared narratives about recent history of post-Yugoslav societies

April 8, 2018 4:13 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

‘Bring Your Own History’ Conference represents a formal start of the youth-led ’Past Continues’ project that tends to facilitate dialogue of youth from the region and creation of shared narratives about some of the most contested issues from the recent history of post-Yugoslav societies.

Meeting of Croatian and Serbian Presidents Contributed to Mutual Respect, Dialogue and Calming Down of Tensions

February 15, 2018 4:12 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The Youth Initiative for Human Rights commends constructive dialogue between the highest state officials of Croatia and Serbia, and particularly the announcement of talks about bilateral agreement on criminal prosecution and punishment of war crimes. In the upcoming period, YIHR will monitor the process of adoption of the agreement and, in order to support the dialogue as a whole, it will soon present the proposal of a public policy with defined open issues and solutions for them.

Instead of Commemorating Victims of War, Belgrade and Pristina Authorities Continue to Celebrate War Criminals

February 9, 2018 9:24 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Youth Initiative for Human Rights Kosovo (YIHR Kosovo) and Youth Initiative for Human Rights (YIHR Serbia) strongly condemn the commemoration of the war criminal Haradin Bala at the Kosovo Parliament, the only KLA member convicted for war crimes at ICTY as well as the decision of the Serbian authorities to involve Vinko Pandurevic, convicted of war crimes committed in July 1995 in Srebrenica, in the internal dialogue on Kosovo.