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HELSINKI FILES No. 35

Opinion poll conducted among the Sandžak youth

How Susceptible are the Youth to Islamic Extremism

Survey analysis: prof. dr. Vladimir Ilić

Belgrade, May 2016.

The crucial question here is: Are the Muslim youth in Sandžak imbued with religious extremism or not? Hardly any interethnic and inter-religious incident has been registered in this part of the Republic of Serbia. On

the other hand, fighters from Sandžak are being involved in the Iraqi and Syrian wars. Depending on the answer to the question above, the authorities could take appropriate actions aiming at young people in Sandžak. Both domestic and international stakeholders – and there are many of
them, including the non-governmental sector – could develop plans and take a variety...   Acrobat PDF (862kb) >>>

 

HELSINKI FILES No. 34

Extremism: Recognizing a social evil

Belgrade, 2014

From a historical perspective the extreme right-wing and Serbia’s right-wing ideology
in general are outcomes of
the structural changes taking place in the aftermath of Yugoslavia’s disintegration. The 1990s wars wagged for

rearrangement of the Balkans – and motivated by the Greater Serbia concept – as documented in the infamous Memorandum of the Serb Academy of Arts and Sciences, are parts of the body of ideology the right-wing thinking has been living on since. Characteristic of this ideology (considering the historical background of the post-socialist era, Europe’s mushrooming anti-communism, and chaotic changes marking Serbia’s failed transition) are: the idea of ethnic homogenization...   Acrobat PDF (1.25mb) >>>

 

HELSINKI FILES No. 33

Mental Healthcare:
Befitting Human Dignity

Belgrade, April 2014

This collection of papers broaches some of the biggest stumbling blocs in the way of mental health reform and effective deinstitutionalization in the Republic of Serbia Analyses, opinions and recommendations pres...
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HELSINKI FILES No. 32

Monitoring Prison
System Reform in Serbia
2012-2013 and Prison
System in Serbia in 2011

Belgrade, January 2014

Over the past ten years,
the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia (HCHRS) has conducted dozens of visits to prisons
in Serbia with the aim of
making an assessment...
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HELSINKI FILES No. 31

Report on the Status of
Implementation of UNSC
Resolution 1325 in the
Western Balkans

This report presents the results of a survey on the progress of security sector reform and the
implementation of UNSCR 1325 in the Western Balkan countries – Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Monte...
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HELSINKI FILES No. 29

Sandzak and European
Prospects

Sandzak and European Prospects is a publication stemming from the project "Grassroots Dialogues in Sandzak: Helping to
Overcome Divides and Articulate the Region's True Interests" realized in 2009-
2010 with the assistance of the Delegation...   More >>>

 

HELSINKI FILES No. 28

Sandzak: identity and recent past

Sonja Biserko

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The edition "Sandzak: Identity in the Split between the Old and the New" has been produced under the project "Fostering
Sandzak's Identity" realized with the assistance of teh Public Affairs Office, U.S...
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HELSINKI FILES No. 27

Vojvodina's Multiethnic Identity: Challenges in
2007-08

Edited by Pavel Domonji

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The Helsinki Committee for Human Rights finalized this September the complex,
18-month project "Fostering Vojvodina's Multiethnic Identity." The...   More >>>

 

HELSINKI FILES No. 26

Moving Towards a Sustainable Society in Kosovo

Prepared by Izabela Kisić

The edition "Moving Towards a Sustainable Society in Kosovo" provides insight into the activities the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia realized under the project of
the same...   More >>>

 

HELSINKI FILES No. 20

Untying the Kosovo
Knot - a two-sided view

This book of interviews has been published within the project "Belgrade - Prishtina: Steps to Build Confidence and Understanding" and with
the support of the United States Institute of Peace. The Helsinki Committee...
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HELSINKI FILES No. 17

How to Attain European Standards - the Situation
in Serbian Prisons
2002-2003

Publisher: Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia; For Publisher: Sonja Biserko; Authors: Marija Jelic,
Dr. Milosav Kiurski,
MD, Natasa Novakovic...
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HELSINKI FILES No. 15

National Minorities
and Law

Publishers: Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia and Humanitarian Centre for Integration and Tolerance; For publisher: Sonja Biserko; Authors: Jan Briza, Miklos Biro, Mirej Grcki, Natasa Novakovic...
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HELSINKI FILES No. 14

Vlasi ili Rumuni iz istocne Srbije i "vlaško pitanje" - pitanja i odgovori; RUMÂNII sau ROMÂNII DIN SERBIA DE RASARIT si "ÎNTREBAREA RUMÂNEASCA" - ÎNTREBARI SI
RASPUNSURI

Publisher: Helsinki Committee for Human...
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HELSINKI FILES No. 13

The Past as a Challenge to the Law

Serbian side of the legal coping with the past; Published by: Center for advanced legal studies and Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia;
For publisher: Prof.
Vladimir Vodinelic PhD;
and Sonja biserko...
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