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News from the Human Rights House in Zagreb - 2009

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Croatia elections generally in line with international standards

The 23 November elections to the Parliament of the Republic of Croatia were conducted generally in line with OSCE commitments and international standards for democratic elections. However, some issues remain to be addressed, concluded the OSCE's Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) Election Observation Mission (EOM). 30 Dec 2009 »

Image: Vesna Pusic, president candidate, at the Opening of HRH Zagreb 
Copyright: predsjednica.com

Human Rights House Zagreb officially opened

The Human Rights House Zagreb (HRH Zagreb) was officially opened on 10 December, the International Human Rights Day. It was opened by the deputy mayor of the city of Zagreb, Jelena Pavicevic-Vukicevic, who stressed that the House is opened not only for associations and their programs, but for all Croatian citizens. Right, Vesna Pusic, presidential candidate, at the opening of the new HR House in Zagreb. 15 Dec 2009 »

Image: Raped, Street action in Zagreb 
Copyright: BABE

Croatia: No justice for rape victims

On the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, B.a.B.e. devoted their activities to actualization of sex crime issues, having in mind that sexual harassment, rapes and other sex crimes clearly show how hard it is to eliminate prejudices that are being present in the heads of individuals and communities for centuries. 03 Dec 2009 »

Image: Vesna Terselic 
Copyright: advance.hr

Kandic, Terselic and Tokaca, Schwarzkopf Europe Prize Winners

Vesna Terselic, the Leader of Documenta from Zagreb, Mirsad Tokaca, the Director of the Research and Documentation Centre from Sarajevo, and Natasa Kandic, the Executive Director of the Humanitarian Law Center (HLC) from Belgrade were awarded the annual Schwarzkopf Europe Prize this year. 02 Dec 2009 »

Image: Peace in Schools Campaign 
Copyright: CMS

Media campaign in Croatia: Violence leaves marks

CMS recently promoted their TV video clip named "Violence leaves marks“, and published two so called ''peace posters'' within their campaign „Peace in Schools“. The aim of the campaign is to raise awareness of general public and decision makers in the area of education, on issue of violence and violent behaviour among youth and its permanent consequences on the society. 30 Nov 2009 »

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