Youth activists from Croatia, Kosovo and Serbia who monitored the public prominence of war criminals in their countries over the past two years warned that convicted offenders are given respect and take an active part in political life.
The Youth Initiative for Human Rights (YIHR) organised a two-day workshop about crimes, persecution and concentration camps on the territory of Vojvodina in the period 1991-1995. The workshop took place in Zrenjanin on November 29-30 2019 and gathered ten young journalists and activists.
Letter of Support of the Youth Initiative for Human Rights to the Tuzla Youth Council in protest against the denial of the crime at the Gate.
Youth Initiative for Human Rights condemns the promotion of ’The Gate of Tuzla – a Staged Tragedy’, a novel by Ilija Branković, organised by the Ministry of Defence on Tuesday, November 5th in the congress hall of the Serbian Army Hall in Belgrade.
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.