Find out the news about effective integration of third-country nationals in Austria, Italy, Slovenia and Croatia conducted on the BEST project by FH-Johanneum, Gain & Sustain, OIKOS, Friuli Innovazione, ZRC SAZU, Impact Hub Zagreb and Centre for Peace Studies.
[ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS DAY NEW CRIMINAL COMPLAINTS] CPS Requests an investigation into the connection between the Ministry of Interior and men in black uniforms with balaclavas.
The Centre for Peace Studies marks International Human Rights Day with new criminal charges, for one of today's biggest human rights violations. The Centre for Peace Studies today filed two criminal complaints to the public prosecutors, for two separate cases, against unknown police perpetrators due to a reasonable doubt that they kept in detention 13 victims in total, two of whom were children, and then handed them over to ten armed men dressed in black uniforms, with balaclavas on their heads.
[CPS reacts on the most recent statement issued by the Croatian MOI] A brief reminder of five key facts about violent pushbacks of refugees from the Republic of Croatia
After four years of continuous warning about human rights violations perpetrated by the Ministry of Interior, the Ministry of Interior’s statement announcing the establishment of an independent border monitoring mechanism allegedly prompted by the video released yesterday showing violent pushbacks seems rather unconvincing.
On the International Day for Tolerance, on 16 November 2020, OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) published its data on hate crimes for 2019.
Global education week is ahead - It’s our world, let’s take action together! #GEW20
New migration and asylum policies of European Union, portrayed as new beginnings, are actually an attempt to deepen and legalize practices of human rights violations.
CPS filed one more criminal complaint: What is the connection between Croatian police and armed men in black?
Today, Thursday, July 23th 2020, the Centre for Peace Studies filed one more criminal complaint to the State Attorney's Office in Zagreb against the unknown perpetrators due to well-founded suspicion that at the end of May they tortured, humiliated and pushed back 16 refugees from the territory of the Republic of Croatia to Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Civil initiative Info Kolpa, a key member of the Border Violence Monitoring Network, are sharing here the landmark judgement issued on 16th July 2020 by the Slovenian Administrative Court. The findings prove that the national police force carried out an illegal collective expulsion of a member of a persecuted English-speaking minority from Cameroon who wanted to apply for asylum in Slovenia.