Tag: Justice

In-depth | Justice

Judiciary struggles with politician prosecutions

By - 07.11.2018

Months after positive assessment, final verdicts in high profile cases remain rare.

Lately | Albania

Albania goes “all in” on vetting

By - 19.10.2018

Process in the judiciary looks set to be extended to politics.

In-depth | The past, now | Justice

Taking the long road to justice

By - 28.09.2018

The Kosovar war crimes survivor seeking justice in Serbian courts.

Lately | Justice

Protesters demand extensive reforms in justice and politics

By - 23.08.2018

Resignation of special prosecutor reignites citizen protest movement.

Perspectives | Civil society

Kosovo needs a new civil rights movement

By - 23.08.2018

Current rule of law crisis shows peaceful protest is essential.

Lately | Gender Equality

Law change to see unpaid labor recognized

By - 09.08.2018

Amendments aimed at ensuring equality for women in divorce settlements.

Lately | BiH

Communities united in protest against official death verdicts

By - 30.05.2018

The unresolved deaths of two young men have led to persistent protests in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

In-depth | Justice

Dying without justice

By - 18.05.2018

Former workers of Ferizaj’s IMK Celiku factory yet to receive compensation.

In-depth | Justice

The verdict that failed to reveal the Assembly’s attackers

By - 23.03.2018

Basic Court decision quashed due to lack of evidence in terrorism case.

In-depth | ICTY

ICTY through the ears of the interpreters

By - 16.01.2018

Being the voice of war criminals.

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