OPEN LETTER: Minute of Silence in the Croatian Parliament in Memory of Victims of Crime in Ahmići

Minute of Silence in the Croatian Parliament in Memory of Victims of Crime in Ahmići

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

‘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.

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War Criminals Are Not Our Heroes

The Youth Initiative for Human Rights strongly condemns the reactions of the President of Croatia, Prime Minister, Parliamentary Speaker and members of the Croatian Government and Croatian Parliament whose statements show clear and unambiguous solidarity with war criminals, deny their responsibility for war crimes and depreciate the facts established in the judgments of the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia.

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YIHR and My Initiative demand revealing the fate of 1837 missing persons

Youth Initiative for Human Rights and My Initiative activists have marked August 30, the International Day of Missing Persons, by demanding revealing of the fate of 1837 missing persons since the last war in Kosovo. “Denial of the families rights to know the fate of their loved ones is continuity of violations of the fundamental… View Article

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YIHR’s and My Initiative’s Action for Missing Persons

Pristina, 27.04.2010 Youth Initiative for Human Rights (YIHR) and activists of My Initiative have marked the 27th of April, Missing Person’s day in Kosovo. Activities began with the deployment of a large number of white cubes covered with the question “Where are 1862 Missing Persons?” which have stood at the Mother Theresa Square in Pristina… View Article

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