Anti-racism experts publish new reports on Denmark and Serbia

Two new reports on the fight against racism and discrimination in Denmark and Serbia show mixed results in both countries.

Serbia: Journalist and human rights defender ‘International Criminal Tribunal’ dispute set for Strasbourg ruling

The case concerns her complaint about her conviction for insult following an article she wrote about Nataša Kandić, a well-known human rights activist.

Serbia: Nils Muižnieks voices fears over war victims’ reparations

“The issue is of the utmost importance for the on-going process of achieving social cohesion as well as justice and a lasting reconciliation in the region as a whole,” the Commissioner for Human Rights declares in his letter to Aleksandar Vulin, Minister for Labour, Employment, Veterans and Social Affairs.

Serbia: Jagland offers support to Belgrade Pride 2015

“The message of the Pride Parade is simple and universal – everyone has the right to express their identity peacefully, free from violence or discrimination,” wrote Secretary General Thorbjørn Jagland in a letter to the organisers and participants.

Muižnieks: Serbia must take action against country’s “unprecedented level of domestic violence”

A new human rights report published today, urges Serbia to take action against the “unprecedented level of domestic violence” in the country.