The Declaration will be publicly read on May 9th at 12.30 p.m. at the site of the former concentration camp in Omarska (1992) and at the site of the World War II camp Banjica in Belgrade.
In 2009, Serbia made necessary progress in defining its future as a European country.
Dobrica Ćosić hates everything that is not Serbian, including Serbian traitors.
For the Serbian society, the tragic death of the young Frenchman Bris Taton should serve as a final warning that fascization is in full swing and that citizens, the same as governmental institutions, should start coping with it seriously.
Launch of the book by Ivan Djuric Regime, Opposition, Alternative. Tuesday, June 30, 2009, at 7:00 p.m., Center for Cultural Decontamination, Bircaninova St. #21.
Tabloids violate the first binding international instrument for the protection of the rights of the child.
Download annual report of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia (HCHRS) for the year 2008: Serbia 2008, Human rights, democracy and – violence.
The statement is in response to yesterday’s act of vandalism against the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights by the violent group who is self-named Movement 1389, that the media ill-fatedly calls a protest.