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News from the Human Rights House Sarajevo - 2004

Children’s rights among the most jeopardized human rights

Human Rights House in Sarajevo, in partnership with the Helsinki Committee of Human Rights in Bosnia and Herzegovina, finished launched project „Children’s rights – practice and strategy in BiH“ . After 14 round tables, their final destination was Sarajevo, where they held the 15th round table under the same project title. This round table, held on December 9, 2004, gathered more than 75 teachers, psychologists, social workers, directors, representatives of competent ministries and government, NGO`s activists, representatives of primary school pupils, activists from local youth councils and media, from the region of Sarajevo, Jajce and Srebrenica. 13 Dec 2004 »

Image: Srdjan Dizdarevic new Vice President of the International Helsinki Federation

Srdjan Dizdarevic new Vice President of the International Helsinki Federation

The regular Annual General Meeting of the International Helsinki Federation, held in Moscow on 11-14 November, has elected the new management of the International Helsinki Federation for the next two years. The new President is Ulrich Fischer from Germany, a longstanding expert in human rights, who was a member of and later worked for the German Bundestag, and Vice President is Srdjan Dizdarevic, the founder and President of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Bosnia and Herzegovina and President of the Managing Board of the Human Rights House of Sarajevo. 17 Nov 2004 »

The Statement from the 'Activists under Attack' conference, now also in Bosnian

Statement "Human rights defenders need stronger international support and protection" is now available also in Bosnian language. 27 Oct 2004 »

Image: Bosnia - Local Elections 2004: Fair and democratic, with low voter turnout

Bosnia - Local Elections 2004: Fair and democratic, with low voter turnout

The basic characteristic of the local elections held inBosnia and Herzegovina on 2 October 2004 was low level of interest and low voter turnout: out of 2,327,014 registered voters, 45.52% of BiH citizens with the right to vote in Bosnia and Herzegovina turned out to vote at 4057 polling stations in total. (5-OCT-04) 05 Oct 2004 »

Image: Bosnia: The Election campaign in the sign of religious leaders

Bosnia: The Election campaign in the sign of religious leaders

The election campaigns for local elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina , which will take place on Saturday, 2 October 2004, were conducted in a by and large democratic atmosphere characterized by fairness and absence of any major incidents that might have put in question the validity of the elections. 29 Sep 2004 »

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