Hate crime training for police officers held in January

On 26 January 2021, the Human Rights House Zagreb in cooperation with the British Embassy, the Police Directorate and Split-Dalmatia Police Department organized a one-day training for police officers on recognizing and conducting cases of hate crime. Training was held… •••

Annual Human Rights Conference: Panel Discussion “Access to Financing for ...

As the second part of the Annual Human Rights Conference, the Human Rights House Zagreb organized a panel discussion on the topic of access to financing for civil society organizations. The panel discussion was held on 17 December in online… •••

Annual Human Rights Conference: Panel Discussion “The Impact of COVID-19 ...

As a part of the Annual Human Rights Conference, the Human Rights House Zagreb organized a panel discussion on the impact of COVID-19 epidemic on human rights in Croatia. The online panel discussion took place on 9 December in collaboration… •••

Hate crime training for police officers held in November

The Human Rights House Zagreb, in cooperation with the Police Academy and the Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium and the Diversity Division of Antwerp Police Department, organized a two-day training for police officers on recognizing and dealing with hate… •••

EU Fundamental Rights Agency’s survey – What do fundamental rights mean for ...

In June 2020, the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) presented the results of a human rights survey conducted from January to October 2019 in all EU Member States, the United Kingdom and North Macedonia. The survey collected data from… •••

Human Rights in Croatia: Overview of 2019

Human Rights in Croatia: Overview of 2019 is a report by Human Rights House Zagreb which provides insight into violations, problems and challenges in the field of protection and promotion of human rights in Croatia during the previous year. The… •••

[ANNOUNCEMENT] Human Rights House Publishes Annual Report

As in previous years, Human Rights House Zagreb this spring as well publishes its report Human Rights in Croatia: Overview of 2019. The report is based on a systematic year-round monitoring and collecting of information from relevant civil society and… •••

sCAN Project Annual Report

The EU-funded project sCAN – Platforms, Experts, Tools: Specialised Cyber-Activists Network (2018-2020), coordinated by LICRA (International League Against Racism and Antisemitism), aims at gathering expertise, tools, methodology and knowledge on cyber hate and developing transnational comprehensive practices for identifying, analysing,… •••

Monitoring the web to assess the responsiveness of the platforms

As a part of our project sCAN, together with our NGO partners from EU, Human Rights House Zagreb participated in a couple of monitoring rounds to assess the responsiveness of the social media platforms. During the first year of the… •••

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