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News from the Human Rights House in Zagreb - 2006

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Network meeting in Zagreb

The Human Rights House Network has now held its annual meeting in Zagreb. The meeting was dedicated to our common vision, strategies and programs as a product of of the evaluation process that the Network has finalized this autumn. The representatives from the Balkans, Caucasus, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe, Africa, Asia and the United Kingdom where gathered in order to re-defining our regional programs in accordance with the Network´s general vision and strategies.     30 Nov 2006 »

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Human Rights House Network in Zagreb

The three Croatian Human Rights organisations; B.a.b.e. – Group for Women´s Human Rights, the Croatian Helsinki Committee for Human Rights and the Croatian Law Centre will on this Thursday and Friday host representatives from the Human Rights House Network in Zagreb. The International Conference on "Discrimination and anti-discrimination policies" have participation the Balkans, Caucasus, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe, Africa, Asia and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The Network will also hold it annual meeting. 02 Nov 2006 »

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Maria Dahle visiting HRH Zagreb

After almost two years Maria Dahle, the Executive Director of the Human Rights House  Foundation visited Zagreb to follow-up the establishment of a Human Rights House in Zagreb. Five years of continuos efforts to set up the House finally yield fruits as the emergence of HRH Zagreb reached it´s final stages. 05 Jun 2006 »

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Draft Data Secrecy Law undermines public right to know

More than 30 NGO´s, gathered within the coalition "Public has a right to know" made an official appeal today to the Croatian Parliament requesting the modification of the new Draft Data Secrecy Law, finding it to be in sharp contrast to the Freedom of Information Act. 07 Apr 2006 »

Image: B.a.B.e.: Media in Croatia discriminate women

B.a.B.e.: Media in Croatia discriminate women

The overall position of women in Croatian society, in spite of Government efforts and  accepted international standards in domestic legislation, remains to be one of the greatest obstacles for combating discrimination in the Republic of Croatia. Consequently, the media in particular show low level of gender sensitivity, often portraying women in a sexist manner and relying largely on soft pornography as an advertising strategy. 14 Mar 2006 »

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