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Human Rights in República de Serbia

Amnesty International  Report 2013


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Serbia (Kosovo): Amnesty International condemns attack on ...
17 December 2012

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: EUR 70/025/2012. 17 December 2012. Kosovo: Amnesty International ...

Public Statement       EUR 70/025/2012

Serbia: Roma face segregated rehousing
10 December 2012

The Serbian authorities are finalizing plans to resettle an evicted Roma community, in housing funded by the European Commission. Some of the ...

Urgent Action       EUR 70/024/2012

Kosovo: If they are not guilty, who committed the war crimes? ...
29 November 2012

Three high-ranking members of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) have been acquitted by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia ...

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Amnesty International assessment of states' implementation of ...
19 November 2012

In its submissions, Amnesty International endeavours to assess the level of implementation of recommendations made by other states in the first Universal ...

Report       IOR 41/021/2012

Suggested recommendations to States considered in the 15th ...
19 November 2012

In this document Amnesty International makes recommendations to the governments of different states about ratification of international human rights ...

Report       IOR 41/029/2012

Amnesty International condemns excessive use of force by ...
24 October 2012

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI index: EUR 70/021/2012. 24 October 2012. Amnesty International ...

Public Statement       EUR 70/021/2012

Serbia: Belvil forced eviction highlights need for new laws ...
17 October 2012

The new Serbian government must introduce legislation which prohibits forced evictions, Amnesty International said in a briefing published today.

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Serbia: After Belvil, Serbia needs new laws against forced ...
17 October 2012

On 26 April 2012, almost 1000 Roma living in an informal settlement at Belvil in Belgrade were forcibly evicted by the city authorities. This forced eviction ...

Report       EUR 70/015/2012

Serbia: Further information: 2012 Belgrade pride march ...
4 October 2012

On 3 October, the Serbian Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, Ivica Dačić, banned the 2012 Pride march on the basis of unspecified security threats ...

Urgent Action       EUR 70/020/2012

Amnesty International | Serbian Prime Minister bans Belgrade ...
3 October 2012

The decision by Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic to ban Belgrade's Pride march for the second year in a row puts the country in breach of its own law ...

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