Human Rights in Republic of Serbia

Amnesty International  Report 2013

The 2013 Annual Report on
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Balkans: The right to know: Families still left in the dark in the ...
30 August 2012

The enforced disappearance and abduction of tens of thousands of people constitutes one of the most serious unresolved human rights violations from ...

Report       EUR 05/001/2012

Balkans: Thousands still missing two decades after conflicts ...
29 August 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 ...


Serbia: Further information: Romani families granted the right ...
20 July 2012

Five Romani families, including children, who were forcibly evicted from Belgrade to Nis, a city in central Serbia, have been finally granted the right ...

Urgent Action       EUR 70/013/2012

Serbia: Evicted Roma families finally granted access to water ...
19 July 2012

Action by Amnesty International has prompted Serbian authorities to supply drinking water to evicted Roma families.


Serbia: Romani families denied the right to water
4 July 2012

Five Romani families, including children who were forcibly evicted from Belgrade to the Nis, a city in southern Serbia, are being denied water, sanitation ...

Urgent Action       EUR 70/012/2012

Serbia: Continuing impunity for war crimes and discrimination ...
1 July 2012

In this submission, Amnesty International assesses progress made by Serbia in implementing recommendations made to it during its previous UPR in ...

Report       EUR 70/022/2012

Deadly and dangerous arms trade
21 June 2012

It is time for all governments to commit to securing an international Arms Trade Treaty. Hundreds of thousands of people are killed, injured, raped, repressed ...

Document       ACT 30/032/2012

Deadly and dangerous arms trade
21 June 2012

Document       ACT 30/032/2012

Report 2012: No longer business as usual for tyranny and ...
24 May 2012

Amnesty International releases its flagship yearly report documenting the state of the world's human rights.


Serbia: Hundreds of families face uncertainty after Belvil ...
26 April 2012

Some 250 Roma families were forcibly evicted from Belgrade's Belvil settlement despite a lack of proper consultation.