Chronological
07.12.2018.

Učestvujte na treningu “Institucija ombudsmana i pisanje pritužbi” u Nišu

Inicijativa mladih za ljudska prava (YIHR) poziva zainteresovane aktiviste/aktivistkinje, predstavnike/ce medija, studente/studentkinje političkih i pravnih nauka kao i širu javnost iz Niša i gradova sa juga Srbije na jednodnevni trening „Institucija Ombudsmana i pisanje pritužbi“ koji će se održati 21. decembra 2018. godine u Nišu.

06.12.2018.

The Consequences of an Interview

Tim Sebastian, a reporter for Deutsche Welle, invited Ana Brnabić to his segment The Conflict Zone on Wednesday the 14th of November. The segment is known for Sebastian’s tough questions and controversial interviewees.

20.11.2018.

Support activists fined for protesting against a convicted war criminal

Today begins the second fundraising cycle for our campaign War criminals should be silent, with which we collect funds to pay off a fine in the sum of 450.000 Serbian dinars; the fine eight YIHR activists were sentenced to for disturbing the peace by protesting against convicted war criminal Veselin Šljivančanin.

31.10.2018.

Protest: Uvek pištaljka, nikad više puška!

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Inicijativa mladih za ljudska prava vas poziva na protestno zviždanje protiv državne podrške ratnim zločincima, huškanja na nove ratove i represije nad aktivistima za ljudska prava u četvrtak (1. novembra) u 18 časova na platou između zgrade Predsedništva Srbije i Starog dvora (ulica Kralja Milana).

30.10.2018.

Verdict Confirmation for Beška whistles: peace activists punished, war criminals given the spotlight

Youth Initiative for Human Rights activists will never accept a political reality where peace activists and human rights defenders are silenced, while war criminals are glorified and protected by the entire state apparatus – the President, government, public attorney’s office, courts and local self-government.

20.10.2018.

Higher Court Ruling Confirms Hate Speech From Informer Directed at Anita Mitić

In a first degree ruling on September 19th 2018, the Higher Court in Belgrade has established that the plaintiff Anita Mitić was not duly protected by her right to protection against hate speech, to which she is entitled to according to article 75 of the Law on Public Information and Media, and has determined that the defendants – the “Informer” daily newspaper team have breached the ban on hate speech.