Law Enforcement Toolkit: the use of restraints and its impact on the presumption of innocence

  The European project titled "Suspects in Restraints: the importance of appearances: how suspects and accused persons are presented in the courtroom, in public and in the media — SIR” has been aiming at contributing to the effective implementation of the EU Directive 2016/343 on the strengthening of certain aspects of... •••

Comparative Study- Innocent until proven guilty: the use of restraints and its ...

This Comparative Study has been developed in the context of the project titled “Suspects in Restraints: the importance of appearances: how suspects and accused persons are presented in the courtroom, in public and in the media — SIR”. The SIR project… •••

Invitation: sCAN Advanced Monitoring Training in Vienna

Human Rights House Zagreb invites you to participate in the sCAN Advanced Monitoring Training, which will be held by ZARA training experts in the framework of the EU project sCAN – Specialised Cyber Activists Network – an initiative by 10… •••

[ANNOUNCEMENT] Conference “10 years of Anti-Discrimination Act in Croatia”

Human Rights House Zagreb in cooperation with Office of Ombudswoman, Youth Initiative for Human Rights and European Grassroots Antiracist Movement organizes the international conference on “10 years of Anti-discrimination Act in Croatia” that will take place in Zagreb, April 25,… •••

Announcement: Annual Conference on Human Rights

Human Rights House Zagreb is organizing Annual Conference on Human Rights: overview of 2018, to be held in Zagreb on March 26, 2019. Two thematic panels of the conference will provide the overview of human rights, as well as the… •••

Invitation to a public debate “Human Rights Defenders”

In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the UN Declaration on Human Rights Defenders, and the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Human Rights House Zagreb will hold a public debate “Human Rights Defenders”, as a part… •••

Joint statement related to the visit of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban ...

Although the HDZ’s MEPs recently supported Orban in the European Parliament, the Prime Minister Plenković should insist on condemning the Hungarian human rights violations during the today’s meeting with Prime Minister Orban in Zagreb – this is the joint message… •••

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… •••

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… •••

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