Dear Sir/Madam, We’re sending you the conclusion from the 83rd session of the Montenegrin cabinet, which on Thursday, June 28, supported the signing of the Agreement/Declaration on the Establishment of RECOM. “The Government adopted the Information regarding the establishment of the Regional Commission for the Establishment of Facts on War Crimes and Other Serious Violations […]
Centre for Civic Education (CCE/CGO), on behalf of project partners, within the project Regional CSO Activism for Regional Reconciliation in the Former Yugoslavia – in Support of RECOM, announces CALL FOR SUPPORT TO PROJECTS OF CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS IN MONTENEGRO, SERBIA, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, MACEDONIA, KOSOVO, SLOVENIA AND CROATIA You may submit your project proposals, which […]
Berlin Process Ministerial Meeting in Warsaw: Participants welcomed a briefing by the European Commission on way ahead with regard to RECOMREKOM Vijesti, News 15 April, 2019.
Participants of the Berlin Process Ministerial Meeting held in Warsaw underlined their commitment to reconciliation and welcomed a briefing by the European Commission on way ahead with regard to RECOM (Regional Commission Tasked with Establishing the Facts about All Victims of War Crimes and Other Serious Human Rights Violations Committed on the Territory of the […]
Belgrade, July 6th, 2015 – Earlier today, Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić met with representatives of the Coalition for RECOM, headed by the Initiative’s public advocates for the establishment of an intergovernmental commission – the Regional Commission to Establish all the Facts about War Crimes (RECOM). The meeting was held to discuss the Serbian government’s support […]
10/13/2014 . CDTP is organized campaign of support for RECOM in Banja Luka, advertising through billboards and city lights will last about a month.
Sarajevo, Zagreb, Belgrade, Pristina, Banja Luka Podgorica, Skopje September 19, 2014 On the occasion of the International Day of Peace on September 21, the Coalition for RECOM reminds that governments in the post-Yugoslav countries have an obligation to ensure peace, without fear of a new war breaking up or the repetition of war crimes. The […]
Coalition for RECOM: Finding the bodily remains of ‘the missing’ is a cornerstone in the development of a public culture of memory of the pastNews 1 September, 2014.
Sarajevo, Zagreb, Belgrade, Pristina, Podgorica, 30 August 2014 Some 23 years after the outbreak of the war in the former Yugoslavia, the bodies of 13,000 victims remain unaccounted for. On the occasion of the International Day of Missing Persons, the Coalition for RECOM calls on the governments of the post-Yugoslav countries in the region, […]
Project Presentation: Documenting detention camps and other detention facilities in Bosnia and HerzegovinaMapping Camps, News, Projects 10 March, 2014.
On 25 February 2014, the Association for Transitional Justice, Accountability and Remembrance (TJAR) and the Center for Democracy and Transitional Justice (CDTJ) organized a public presentation of the project Documenting detention camps and other detention facilities in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The press conference was attended by over 20 journalists, print and broadcast media representatives. At […]
A joint TPOSBiH and CDTP project Press Release, February 2014 According to the associations of former detainees in BiH, approximately 1,350 detention camps and other detention facilities existed in BiH during the war; 656 for Bosniaks, 523 for Serbs and 173 for Croats. In the cases of the accused, included among the many violations of […]
Javno promovisanje Inicijative za REKOM Stalna aktivnost Udruženja Centar za demokratiju i tranzicionu pravdu (CDTP) je i u 2013. godini je bila javno promovisanje Inicijative za REKOM i ukazivanje na značaj uspostavljanja REKOM (Regionalna komisija za utvrđivanje činjenica o ratnim zločinima i drugim teškim kršenjima ljudskih prava na području nekadašnje SFRJ), kao mehanizma kojim bi […]