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INFO   :::  Projects > Prison monitoring and advocacy for vulnerable groups of prisoners - November 2011 - February 2012

 

PRISON MONITORING AND ADVOCACY FOR VULNERABLE GROUPS OF PRISONERS - November 2011 - February 2012

 

The project aims to urge reform of conditions and procedures for people deprived of liberty in Serbia. It also aims to encourage authorities to address the needs of vulnerable sub-populations in prisons and, in particular, to seek justice via the existing mechanism of presidential pardon or commutation of sentence for women convicted of the murder of violent partners. The Helsinki Committee's continued monitoring of conditions in Serbia's prisons here focuses on six penal institutions with a view to identifying the needs of vulnerable groups within the prison population with particular emphasis on juvenile prisoners and engaging in the advocacy for women convicted of murder of violent partners, including production of a fifteen-minute documentary to highlight this problem.

 

 

 

 

Monitoring of the Prison System Reform

PRISON SYSTEM IN
SERBIA IN 2011

ECI Kruševac, Valjevo Reformatory, PR for
women Požarevac

Belgrade, March 2012

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 of the human rights
conditions for imprisoned and detained citizens.
Since 2001, the HCHRS...
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Monitoring of the Prison System Reform

PRISON SYSTEM IN
SERBIA IN 2011

KPZ Niš, KPZ Sremska Mitrovica, KPZ Zabela

Belgrade, March 2012

Serbia's system for the execution of criminal sanctions has undergone multiple transformations over the past ten years. Since 1991, the prison system has a record of an increasing number of detainees and prisoners, which is the result of a
more strict court policy. This occurrence was particu...
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MONITORING OF THE PRISON SYSTEM REFORM

Institutions for the Execution of Criminal Sanctions for Minors

Belgrade, February 2012

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 of the human rights
conditions for imprisoned and detained citizens.
Since 2001, the HCHRS...
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MONITORING OF THE PRISON SYSTEM REFORM

Penitentiary-Reformatory for Women in Požarevac

Belgrade, October 2011

For the past ten years, the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia
has been monitoring and identifying violations of human rights of marginalized groups accommodated in various institutions, where their fundamental rights have been partially or entirely limited. After several visits to all prisons, during which the HCHRS has, based...
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