Regarding the new threats by Miljan Damjanovic, deputy of the Serbian Radical Party in Serbian Parliament, that they will by all means prevent the festival “Mirëdita, Dobar dan!” to be held, the Youth Initiative for Human Rights invites the competent institutions to react.
Youth Initiative for Human Rights Serbia and Youth Initiative for Human Rights Kosovo strongly condemn baning of the match between women’s junior handball national teams of Serbia and Kosovo due to threats by hooligan groups.
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Instead of Commemorating Victims of War, Belgrade and Pristina Authorities Continue to Celebrate War Criminals— 09.02.2018.
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.
Publication “War Criminals in Political Life: Mutual Support Between Convicted War Criminals and Political Elites in Serbia”— 19.12.2017.
Youth Initiative for Human Rights will hold a press conference on Monday, December 25th, at 1 pm, at the Media Center, where it will present a publication titled “War Criminals in Political Life: Mutual Support Between Convicted War Criminals and Political Elites in Serbia”, which presents an overview of state support of war criminals in 2017.