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Croatia – Human Rights House in Zagreb

At the end of 2008 the City of Zagreb donated a building for the Human Rights House in Zagreb. On the last days of the year the House was registered. After the reconstruction of the building, the organisations are expected to move to the new premises in July 2009.

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Marking International Whistleblower Day in Croatia

On March 24, International Whistleblower Day, GOOD Initiative, Center for Peace Studies, GONG and the Human Rights House Zagreb called upon all citizens and educational staff to openly warn of harmful policies and practices in the Croatian education system. 27 Mar 2017 »

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All humans need rights

“In Croatia, constitutional values are now questioned in the media and by government officials. Yet 65 percent of people support the rights in the constitution, such as gender equality and women’s rights; we need these people to not stay silent and to stand up to defend these rights." 02 Mar 2017 »

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Croatia must stand beside civil society at United Nations

The Human Rights Council opens today in Geneva. For Croatia, it carries strong symbolic value: it is the first time that it will attend as a member of the United Nations’ highest body to promote human rights. 27 Feb 2017 »

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Press release: Attack on President of the Croatian Journalists Association Is Not an Isolated Case

Human Rights House Zagreb issued the following press release condemning the recent attack on journalist and president of the Croatian Journalists' Association (HND), Saša Leković. This follows more than 75 attacks on media in Croatia since 2015. 28 Oct 2016 »

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Croatia: “Enough with the Hatred”

Human Rights House Zagreb and Gong held a public discussion on hate speech, and launched initiatives to combat hate speech and other speech that is unacceptable in the public space in a democratic society. 03 Oct 2016 »

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