Together with partnering civil society organizations (Human Rights House Zagreb, Youth Initiative for Human Rights, Serb National Council, GONG and Documenta - Center for Dealing with the Past), Centre for Peace Studies participated in reporting of violent incidents committed out of hatred for ODIHR's yearly report that was published today, on 16 November 2018, International Day for Tolerance, available at ODIHR's web pages.
Today the Center for Peace Studies and Human Rights House Zagreb sent an open letter to Prime Minister Plenković warning of the degradation of the National Plan to Combat Discrimination from 2017 to 2022. Below is the full text of the letter.
Croatia needs a law that protects people who choose to speak out against any illegality in the public or private sector, announced the participants of the panel "Protect the Whistleblowers!"
Marking the first 100 days of the new Croatian Government, Platform 112- coalition of civil society organisations working on human rights protection and democratisation - presents this report to offer its view on the Government’s work.
Initiative Welcome and CROSOL on Turkish President Erdogan's visit to Croatia: EU, you sold your soul to the devil!
Commenting on Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's visit to Croatia, the civil society organisations "Welcome" and CROSOL (International Civic Solidarity Platform) on Wednesday called on Croatian authorities to "take off their masks" and stop ignoring human rights violations caused by the Turkish president's policies, whom they called a dictator, under the pretext of business investments.
Centre for Peace Studies (CMS), Croatian Platform for International Citizen Solidarity (CROSOL), Association of Croatian Trade Unions, Group 22 and Centre for Labour studies, are expressing deep concern over the serious threat to the fundamental European values of democracy, solidarity, social justice and human rights protection in the case of the current Greek debt crisis.
Centre for Peace Studies was admitted to membership of European network of civil society organizations SOLIDAR that are working together to improve social justice in Europe.
The European Commission (EC) wishes to come to a satisfactory solution with Croatia concerning the excessive macroeconomic imbalances and expects Croatia to resolutely implement the necessary reforms, a public debate held in Zagreb on Wednesday heard.
Ahead of Global Action Day against the transatlantic trade and investment agreements TTIP and CETA, to be marked on April 18, activists of several nongovernmental organisations and trade unions on Friday distributed leaflets outside the parliament building in Zagreb, asking MPs to take a clear position on those agreements which they believe will restrict workers' rights and affect food quality and environmental protection in the EU.