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Those who fail to learn from the past are doomed to repeat it

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Regional Conference “Critical Culture of Remembrance – Between Memory, Denial and Oblivion”     A culture of remembrance entails a process which nurtures a sense of the other - in order to recognize their evil, but also to build empathy for them. But there is a different...
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Hiding in plain sight – Kosovo’s protected witnesses

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A new court faces old problems in protecting witnesses to a dark chapter in Kosovo’s fight for...Read more

Montenegro: Suspicions Persist Over War Crimes Probes

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Montenegro has been criticised yet again for not making serious efforts to deal with war crimes...Read more

Nataša Kandić: „Today’s politicians look like they have no idea what happened in these parts”

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Nataša Kandić, Interview for Novi list by: Boris Pavelić We are faced with a horrible...Read more

Kosovo President Defends Visits to Serb War Memorials

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President Hashim Thaci said he paid tribute at memorials to Serb war victims as a gesture of...Read more

Support for the establishment of RECOM: documenting war victims and detention sites [announcement]

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On December 19th, 2016, 11 a.m. at Hotel Sirius in Pristina, the RECOM Coalition will mark...Read more

Support for the establishment of RECOM: documenting war victims and detention sites [announcement]

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On December 15th, 2016, 11 a.m. at the Belgrade Media Center, the RECOM Coalition will mark ...Read more

Activists Urge Montenegro To Punish Dubrovnik Attackers

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Marking the 25th anniversary of the Yugoslav People’s Army attack on the Croatian port town...Read more

UN Prosecutors: Mladic was Key Figure in Bosnia Atrocities

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In the first day of closing arguments in Ratko Mladic’s trial, prosecutors said the former...Read more

UN States Urged to Arrest Wanted Serbian Radicals

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The Hague Tribunal has made public an international arrest warrant for three Serbian Radical...Read more

EU Progress report 2016 – EU urged improvements in war crimes prosecutions

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EU PROGRESS REPORT 2016 Handling of war crime cases - Serbia The unresolved fate of...Read more