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The new Serbian government must introduce legislation which prohibits forced evictions, Amnesty International said in a briefing published today.
Put pressure on the Mayor of Belgrade to protect the rights of Roma.
On 3 October, the Serbian Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, Ivica Dačić, banned the 2012 Pride march on the basis of unspecified security threats. This ban ...
Urgent Action EUR 70/020/2012
The decision by Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic to ban Belgrade's Pride march for the second year in a row puts the country in breach of its own law and constitution ...
There are concerns that the 2012 Belgrade Pride march in Serbia to be held on 6 October may be banned because of security threats. This would deny the rights of ...
Urgent Action EUR 70/019/2012
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. 20 September 2012 AI Index: EUR 70/018/2012. Serbia: Amnesty International deplores Belgrade's forced eviction. ...
Public Statement EUR 70/018/2012
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: EUR 70/016/2012 3 September 2012. Serbia: New law will help to end legal invisibility. ...
Public Statement EUR 70/016/2012
The enforced disappearance and abduction of tens of thousands of people constitutes one of the most serious unresolved human rights violations from the armed conflicts ...
Report EUR 05/001/2012
Some 14000 people remain unaccounted for in the former Yugoslavia – nearly half of the total number who disappeared in the decade after war broke out in 1991.
Five Romani families, including children, who were forcibly evicted from Belgrade to Nis, a city in central Serbia, have been finally granted the right to water ...
Urgent Action EUR 70/013/2012