How much violence was committed out of Hate in 2017?

Together with partnering civil society organizations (Human Rights House Zagreb, Youth Initiative for Human Rights, Serb National Council, GONG and Documenta - Center for Dealing with the Past), Centre for Peace Studies participated in reporting of violent incidents committed out of hatred for ODIHR's yearly report that was published today,... •••

V-START – “Support System for Victims of Hate Crime in Croatia”

Human Rights House Zagreb has published a report “Support System for Victims of Hate Crime in Croatia”, which is the result of a survey conducted in Croatia within the transnational project “V-START – Support to Victims through Raising awareness and… •••

Croatia: End Confinement of People with Disabilities, Ensure Right to Live in ...

(Brussels, October 10, 2018) – Croatia’s government should end the confinement of children and adults with disabilities in institutions, five disabled people’s and human rights organizations said today in a letter to Prime Minister Andrej Plenković. Despite some initial progress, the process of moving people… •••

Project AGAINST HATE

In Croatia, hate speech is on the rise – discriminatory, inflammable and discrediting content can be seen and heard in public and transmitted through the media – although Croatia has very good legislative framework that prohibits hate speech (or “incitement… •••

Human Rights House Zagreb published a thematic report “Primary legal aid – ...

Human Rights House Zagreb recently published a thematic report Primary legal aid – perspective of authorised providers. Given that legal aid is an institute whose aim it is to ensure equal access to justice for all Croatian citizens as one of the… •••

Human Rights in Croatia: Overview of 2017

Human Rights House Zagreb released Human Rights in Croatia: Overview of 2017, an annual report of the Human Rights House Zagreb and partner civil society organisations dedicated to protecting and promoting human rights in different areas of social life. The… •••

Project V-START

Project V-Start focuses on the right implementation of the EC Directive 2012/29/EU establishing minimum standards on the rights, support and protection of victims of crime. Main goal is to strengthen victims’ awareness of support services, making it easier for them… •••

Reaction to the arrival of President of Hungary János Áder in Croatia

The Croatian President and Premier must unequivocally condemn human rights violations in Hungary Human Rights House Zagreb and the Croatian Platform for International Citizen Solidarity (CROSOL) appeal to the President and Premier of the Republic of Croatia that in their talks… •••

Possibilities of Cooperation: Citizens for Social Development and Solidarity

Author: Matija Mrakovčić   At the beginning of September 2016, a public presentation of a workshop on social stigma and mobbing through theater and movement was held at the Zagreb Center for Independent Culture and Youth. The organization for the… •••

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