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News from the Human Rights House Sarajevo - 2007

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Too many Cases of war crimes unsolved

In his speach to the media, few days ago, the Head of the OSCE Mission to BiH Ambassador Douglas Davidson (right) is of the opinion that 12 years past the end of war in BiH, there are too many unsolved cases of war crimes. 26 Dec 2007 »

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On the Day of Human Rights

Expressing discontent and concern with the general state of affairs in which the citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina have had growing difficulties exercising their rights, the Helsinki Committee in Bosnia and Herzegovina wanted to use the occasion of 10 December, the Day of Human Rights, to particularly stress the issues in the fields of social protection, education and environment. 11 Dec 2007 »

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We live in an isolated society

It is simply incomprehensible thinking that we can join Europe while still having the barriers and distrust in the region such as we have today, it was noted at a roundtable hosted by the Helsinki Committee of Bosnia and Herzegovina. 03 Dec 2007 »

Image: Lajcak and Rehn call for quick return to EU agenda

Lajcak and Rehn call for quick return to EU agenda

Welcoming the willingness of party leaders in BiH to return to the European agenda, Miroslav Lajcak (left) and Olli Rehn (right) today stressed the need to normalize the political situation in the country and get back to work. 27 Nov 2007 »

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Bosnia and Herzegovina: Decrease tensions and preserve peace

The non-governmental organizations gathered around the Human Rights House have expressed great concern with the complication of political relations in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the rise of inter-ethnic tensions. 29 Oct 2007 »

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