Serbia: Nataša Kandić: human rights defender case sheet
Nataša Kandić is a Serbian lawyer and human rights activist from Serbia. In her work she continues to challenge impunity for war crimes committed by Serbian military, police and paramilitary forces during the wars, which took place during the break-up of the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s. Despite continued death threats and attacks, Nataša Kandić has been unwavering in her determination to bring those responsible to justice.
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