Tag: Justice

Perspectives | Justice

Serbia’s poorest are being forcibly evicted by businessmen dressed as public officials

By - 28.07.2017

State-backed enforcement agents fronting class war against the vulnerable.

Perspectives | Justice

Why do people stand by while others are in danger?

By - 13.07.2017

A look at the bystander effect and whether the law can increase interventions.

In-short | Human Rights

Human trafficking continues in Kosovo

By - 29.06.2017

New report suggests some progress from previous years.

Perspectives | Justice

Years go by, justice falls behind

By - 30.05.2017

The Constitutional Court misses golden opportunity.

In-short | Justice

Sali Mekaj’s indictment up for review

By - 25.05.2017

Appeals court allows its former head to object to his indictment

In-depth | Justice

Between court models

By - 24.05.2017

The Specialist Chambers to work with a hybrid approach.

In-short | Domestic Violence

Outrage at sentence for Zejnepe Berisha’s murderer

By - 13.04.2017

Activists demand extension of 12 year sentence.

One-on-one | #IWantToKnow

Drita Hajdari: Without cooperation with Serbia, it is impossible to bring justice for war crimes

By - 13.04.2017

Special prosecutor discusses the challenges of prosecuting war crimes when the majority of suspects are unobtainable to state institutions.

In-depth | Justice

The deserter prosecuted for war crimes

By - 22.03.2017

The story of Sinan Morina, extradited to Serbia on war crimes charges.  

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