Serbian government is failing to protect women with disabilities in institutions from violence

In its report, the UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW Committee) criticized Serbian laws that deprive women with disabilities of their legal capacity, the right to make decisions...

UN must take immediate action to provide justice for minority communities placed in poisoned camps

UN rights expert urge that United Nations must take immediate action to provide justice and remedies for displaced minority communities who were housed in UN camps constructed on toxic wasteland...

The president of the UN war crimes court in The Hague criticised denying that the Srebrenica massacres were an act of genocide

The president of the UN war crimes court in The Hague, Theodor Meron, criticised Serbia for denying that the Srebrenica massacres were an act of genocide. The president of the...

Berlin Declaration

The Berlin Declaration has been adopted at the German Bundestag.Nearly 300 parliamentarians from 53 OSCE participating States and four Partners for Co-operation participated in the 27th Annual Session, which took...

Human rights report for Serbia

The UN Human Rights Council, at its 38th meeting in Geneva, adopted the report of the Working Group on the Universal Periodic Review for Serbia (UPR). Serbia passed through the...