The Youth Initiative for Human Rights held a training titled “Research and Documentation of Facts about the War Past” on July 14-16. The training was organised within the project “No Impunity for the Past”, supported by the EU Delegation to Montenegro and co-funded by the Ministry of Public Administration. On the first day of the… View Article
More than twenty years after the crime in Podujevo, instead of opening a space where the testimonies of the crime and voices of victims’ families will be heard, the government’s approach to the crimes committed by the Serbian police and military forces in Kosovo is still reflected in permanent glorification of war criminals such as Nebojša Pavković, Vladimir Lazarević and Nikola Šainović.
Since the end of last war in Kosovo, 17 years from now, the fate of more than 1600 missing persons still remains unknown. The levitra dosage families of victims and Kosovar society are still facing the denial of their right to know the truth and find justice. Being consistent in demands for realizing the rights of families… View Article
Thirteen years after the war in Kosovo, the fate of the 1770 missing persons remains unknown. Symbolism of the action organised today consisted of placing clocks with a question mark in Mother Teresa Square in Prishtina, symbolizing the concern about how long families have had to wait and are continuing to, in learning the fate… View Article
Youth Initiative for Human Rights in Kosovo (YIHR KS) and activists of My Initiative today marked the National Day for Missing Persons in Kosovo. The symbolism of today’s action, which was characterised by placing 1781 clothing hangers with each displaying a hanging question mark, shows the neglected fate of such a great number of people, even thirteen years after the war. Youth Initiative for Human Rights in Kosovo and its activists requested from relevant institutions to take responsibility and show commitment in resolving the fate of the missing, ensuring justice and restoring the dignity of the victims’ families.
The wall containing the names of all missing people in Kosovo (referred on the missing list of the International Committee of the Red Cross and adopted by the Governmental Commission for Missing Persons) that was located on “Zahir Pajaziti” square in Prishtina by Youth Initiative for Human Rights in Kosovo and activists of My Initiative,… View Article
Podgorica/Zagreb, 17 May 2010