The 2012 Annual Report on
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During the war in Kosovo in 1999, over 3000 ethnic Albanians were the victims of enforced disappearances. Very little has been done to bring them justice.
The organisers of Belgrade Pride have announced their intention to organise the Pride on 2 October. Amnesty International remains concerned that the rights of LBGT ...
Urgent Action EUR 70/016/2011
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. Index: EUR 70/015/2011. 29 August 2011. Serbian government should provide its full support to the Belgrade Pride. ...
Public Statement EUR 70/015/2011
Amnesty International is concerned that the rights of LBGT people to freedom of expression and freedom of assembly may not be respected by the Serbian government ...
Urgent Action EUR 70/014/2011
Five Roma families who lived in privately owned buildings in 55 Skadarska Street, Belgrade, Serbia were evicted on 11 August. The eviction was carried out on the ...
Urgent Action EUR 70/012/2011
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. 12 August 2011. Index: EUR 70/013/2011. Serbia: Five Roma families evicted from homes and left homeless. ...
Public Statement EUR 70/013/2011
Five Roma families have been left homeless in Belgrade after they were forcibly evicted fom privately owned buildings they had been occupying, the latest in a string ...
Serbian officials allow another forced eviction of Roma family in Belgrade.
Five Roma families facing eviction will be left homeless on 11 August, unless the Belgrade City authorities provide them with alternative housing.
Urgent Action EUR 70/011/2011
Amnesty International welcomes long overdue arrest of Goran Hadzić, the only remaining suspect wanted by the International Criminal Tribunal for former Yugoslavia ...