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News 143

04.12.2016.

TARGETING HISTORY AND MEMORY IN BELGRADE AND PODGORICA

The latest interactive narrative produced by the SENSE Center for Transitional Justice premiered last week in Belgrade, in association with the Humanitarian Law Center, and in Podgorica, in association with the Civic Education Center. The narrative deals with the destruction of cultural heritage in the wars in Croatia, Bosnia Herzegovina and Kosovo
03.12.2016.
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FINAL ARGUMENTS AT RATKO MLADIC’S TRIAL

From 5 to 15 December, the prosecution and defense will present their final arguments at the trial of the former VRS Main Staff commander, who faces charges of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity in the war in BH, from 1992 to 1995
18.11.2016.

NARRATIVE ON DESTRUCTION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE PRESENTED

The interactive narrative Targeting History and Memory was presented last week in the Historical Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo and the Mimara Museum in Zagreb. The narrative was produced by SENSE-Centre for Transitional Justice.
Den Haag | 15.09.2016.

DAVID SCHWENDIMAN: LESSONS LEARNED FROM ICTY’S KOSOVO CASES

Chief prosecutor and Registrar of a newly established international tribunal in The Hague held their first press conference today. The tribunal will prosecute war crimes and crimes against humanity committed in the period from 1998 to the end of 2000 in Kosovo and parts of Albania along the border
THE HAGUE | 21.10.2015.

JUDGE AGIUS – TRIBUNAL’S NEW PRESIDENT, JUDGE LIU VICE-PRESIDENT

Judge Carmel Agius from Malta was appointed president of the Tribunal and his Chinese colleague Liu Daqun was elected vice-president. The president and the vice-president – most likely the last judges to hold the posts – were elected for the period of two years. Their term of office will begin on 17 November 2015
THE HAGUE | 14.09.2015.

BELGRADE ON SREBRENICA GENOCIDE MAP

SENSE Center for Transitional Justice has produced an audio visual presentation, which has now been exhibited in the Center for Cultural Decontamination in Belgrade. In a brief and systematic way, the presentation shows the key facts about the Srebrenica genocide adjudicated by the Tribunal in The Hague. The work has been exhibited in collaboration with the Humanitarian Law Center in Belgrade and the SENSE Center for Transitional Justice in Pula
THE HAGUE | 13.09.2015.

ALL WAR CRIMINALS ARE EQUAL BUT SOME ARE MORE EQUAL THAN OTHERS

There is an unwritten rule when it comes to granting early release to persons convicted of war crimes after they have served two thirds of their sentence. How is it applied by the tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda and by the Special Court for Sierra Leone?
THE HAGUE | 09.09.2015.

SREBRENICA IN BELGRADE

Audio visual presentation describing how the Srebrenica crimes were investigated, reconstructed and prosecuted at the ICTY, that constitute the permanent display of the SENSE Documentation Centre in Potočari, will be presented in Belgrade next week
THE HAGUE | 31.07.2015.

INTERACTIVE NARRATIVE 'STORM IN THE HAGUE' OPENS IN ZAGREB

SENSE Centre for Transitional Justice presents a new project, following in the footsteps of the Srebrenica Documentation Center which opened last year. 'Storm in The Hague' is an interactive narrative presenting the key elements of the prosecution and defense cases on five fundamental and contentious issues at the trial of the Croatian generals charged with crimes during and after Operation Storm in August 1995
THE HAGUE | 13.07.2015.

EXHIBITION ON SREBRENICA IN ZAGREB

To mark the 20th anniversary of the genocide in Srebrenica, SENSE and Documenta - Center for Dealing with the Past, an NGO, presented an exhibition in the Klovicevi Dvori Gallery in Zagreb, showing a part of the permanent collection on display at the SENSE Documentation Center in Potocari: the audio and video presentations of the chronicles of the events in Srebrenica and a series of photographs taken during the mass grave exhumations by British forensic photographer Tim Loveless

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