Sarajevski Otvoreni Centar
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Universal Periodic Review
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Conference “Words That Matter: The Fight Against Hate Speech in Bosnia and Herzegovina” in Sarajevo on July 23
Hate speech based on any ground is common in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Apart from political discourse, it is mostly present in media content, especially in the online world. The...
Necessity of Raising Awareness and Understanding Hate Crimes Among Experts
Written by Marija Lučić – Ćatić Recognition, investigation and prosecution of hate crimes requires specific skills and knowledge of all participants in the chain of...
Hate Speech: Overture to Hate Crime
Hate speech expressed in comments is not uncommon in BiH’s online media, but editorial staff often does not find an adequate way to cope with this...
Coalition For the Fight Against Hate Speech and Hate Crimes Condemns the unworthy treatment of Refugees and Migrants
Coalition For the Fight Against Hate Speech and Hate Crimes Condemns the unworthy treatement of Refugees and Migrants in Bihać, requires the investigation and sanctioning of the...
Press Release From The Coalition For The Combating Hate Speech And Hate Crime: 2014 Attack on the Merlinka Festival in Sarajevo, 2019 Threats Towards Merlinka Festival in Tuzla
Posters, which call upon citizens of Tuzla to protest "against opening and holding of a disgusting and immoral Queer Fest" in front of the Atelier Ismet Mujezinović, were posted...
The Structure of a Crime
Being a fighter for human rights and truth in a country with fresh wounds that still have blood from a recent war is, in the least, dangerous. Nikola Kuridža, a young activist of...