On November 30th, BEST consortium partners will hold an international conference in Brussels and online, at Atelier 29.
ONLINE CONFERENCE: Countering Shrinking Civic Space and Creating Enabling Environment for Civil Society in the EU
The coalition of Croatian civil society organizations invite you to ONLINE conference Countering Shrinking Civic Space and Creating Enabling Environment for Civil Society in the EU which will be held on November 24 and 25, 2022, which will be held via the platform ZOOM.
The peak of this year's edition of Global Education Week takes place from November 14th to 20th but with the tendency to keep organizing GE activities throughout the year. Global Education Week is an annual worldwide initiative to raise awareness on the importance of developing the global competence of young people, as well as other citizens, and this year it is being held under the same motto as last year - ‘It’s our World, let’s take action!".
On the occasion of the International Day of Peace, the SOLIDAR Foundation, of which the Center for Peace Studies is a member, emphasizes the importance of peace education, especially in the current political situation.
EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) published a report on the state of civil society in the EU for 2022.
The Annual Report of the (Independent) Monitoring Mechanism, as per the instructions of the Ministry of the Interior
The annual report of the so-called Independent Mechanism for Monitoring (IMM) the actions of police officers of the Ministry of the Interior (MoI) in the area of illegal migration and international protection for the past year was published on Friday, July 1st, 2022, illustrating all the shortcomings of the monitoring system itself.
The seventh evaluation on the Code of Conduct on Countering Illegal Hate Speech Online shows that the number of notifications reviewed within 24 hours (64.4%) has decreased as compared to 2021 (81%) and 2020 (90.4%). Only TikTok has increased its performance (from 82.5% to 91.7%). The average removal rate (63.6%) is similar to 2021 (62.5%), but still lower than in 2020 (71%). Looking at the individual performance of the platforms, most of them (except for YouTube) have removed less hate speech content than in 2021. The quality of feedback to users’ notifications has improved as compared to previous monitoring exercises.
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 2021.
Croatia needs to establish a system of temporary protection that protects all those who need it most now and create conditions for building a quality and sustainable integration system
Center for Peace Studies brings detailed recommendations for improving the integration system in all sectors that are part of the integration system: interdepartmental cooperation, the right to accommodation, education, employment, health care, and social protection.
Source: Balkan Refugee Network (APC, CMS, ICS, LEGIS)
The Grand Chamber Panel of the European Court of Human Rights rejected the referral request of the Republic of Croatia in the case of little Madina’s family.