The Youth Initiative for Human Rights demands that the Ministry of Interior and the Ombudsman launch two independent investigations into the excessive use of force of the members of the police at the protest in Belgrade.
On the occasion of EU Special Representative Miroslav Lajčak’s visit and meeting with Kosovan representatives in Washington D.C. on Saturday, the Youth Initiative for Human Rights calls on President Vučić and other government representatives in Belgrade to approach this phase of negotiations in a manner different to those that have preceded.
The Youth Initiative for Human Rights (YIHR) condemns a series of violent incidents we have witnessed in several towns in Vojvodina in the last couple of days and demands urgent reaction of the prosecutor’s office, as well as a condemnation by the Provincial Government, the Government of Serbia and the President of Serbia.
Youth Initiative for Human Rights (YIHR Kosovo) and Youth Initiative for Human Rights – Serbia (YIHR Serbia) strongly condemn the statement of President of Serbia Mr. Aleksandar Vucic about the denial of the massacre in Račak.
Youth Initiative for Human Rights strongly condemns the Ministry of Defence establishing a tradition at the Belgrade Book Fair where for the second consecutive year a platform and voice is given to convicted war criminals such as Nebojša Pavković, Vladimir Lazarević, Dragoljub Ojdanić and Vinko Panudrević through the edition of ‘Ratnik’ and a variety of public events.