HRH Zagreb: Raising awareness, promoting standards on defenders
Human Rights House Zagreb is undertaking advocacy and awareness-raising activities aimed at promoting international standards relating to human rights defenders and encouraging opportunities for defenders.
Annual Report 2017/18
Time and again in 2017 we saw how resilient, creative, and adaptable human rights defenders can be in the face of repression.
Growing Nationalism and Hate Speech in Croatia
Human Rights House Zagreb, as a human rights watchdog organisation, participated in the consultative process of the Council of Europe’s European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI), during the preparation of its fifth country report on Croatia.
Human Rights in Croatia
Human Rights House Zagreb has published two reports, one providing in-depth insight into the human rights situation in Croatia, the other a thematic report into primary legal aid in the country.
Croatia: Police pressuring human rights defenders and lawyers protecting refugees
Civil society organisations and lawyers express serious concern about pressure coming from the Croatian Ministry of Interior (MOI).
EU must respond to ill democracy
The case study Resisting Ill Democracies in Europe continues to make an impact in capitals across Europe. Last week, the NGOs publishing it were in Brussels to raise the issue with MEPs and engage the EU in the discussion.
Brussels Launch: Ill Democracy in Europe
Resisting Ill Democracies in Croatia, Hungary, and Poland: Join us for the presentation of a case study showing common trends and how illiberal governments put human rights and the rule of law at risk.
Croatia: Ill Democracies – Europe Between Democracy and Autocracy
As part of this year’s edition of the Human Rights Film Festival in Zagreb, the two-day international conference “Il(l)iberal democracies: Europe between democracy and autocracy” was held on Friday 8 to Saturday 9 December, in the Müller Hall of the Cinema Europa.
Launch: Resisting Ill Democracies in Europe
From emerging democracies in transition, illiberal governments have rapidly transformed Hungary and Poland into ill democracies, have attempted to do so in Croatia, and are slowly and carefully entertaining an illiberal platform in Serbia, according to the new case study Resisting Ill Democracies in Europe.