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Belgrade Centre for Human Rights

The Belgrade Centre for Human Rights was established by a group of human rights experts and activists in February 1995 as a non-profit, non-governmental organisation. The main purpose of the Centre is to study human rights and humanitarian law, to disseminate knowledge about them and to educate individuals engaged in these thematic areas. It hopes, thereby, to promote the development of democracy and rule of law in Serbia and other successor states of the former Yugoslavia and societies in transition from authoritarian to democratic rule. The recipients of the services of the Centre and its target groups are members of legislative bodies, judges and other members of the legal profession, law enforcement officers, military officers, NGO activists, teaching staff at universities and other educational institutions and their students, journalists etc.

The Belgrade Centre for Human Rights organised more than two hundred seminars and roundtables in the country and in the region, established training programs for future lecturers on human rights issues and judges; hosted international conferences and lectures on issues of human rights and democracy. The Centre has also published 72 books.

For its achievements in the area of human rights, the Centre was awarded the Bruno Kreisky Prize for 2000. The Belgrade Centre is member of the Association of Human Rights Institutes (AHRI) and the Balkan Human Rights Network.

Members and collaborators of the Centre are human rights activists of long standing, lawyers, sociologists, political scientists, journalists and students.

 

 

 


Vojin Dimitrijevic

 

Position: team coordinator HUMSEC 3

Bio

Publication List

Tel: +381 11 344 7120

Email: vojin@bgdream.com

 

 

 


Dejan Anastasijevic

 

Position: researcher

Bio

Publication List

Tel: +381 63 311169

Email: dejan@vreme.com

 

 

 


Vesna Petrovic

 

Position: researcher

Bio

Tel: +381 11 344 7120

Email: vesna@bgcentar.org.yu

 

 


Andjelka Markovic

 

Position: researcher

Bio

Tel: +381 11 344 7120

Email: andjelka@bgcentar.org.yu 

 

 

 


Jelena Radojkovic

 

Position: project administration

Bio

Tel: +381 11 344 7120

Email: jelena@bgcentar.org.yu

 

 

 


Vidan Hadzi-Vidanovic

 

Position: researcher

Bio

Publication List

Email: vidanhv@yubc.net

EU

The HUMSEC project is supported by the European Commission under the Sixth Framework Programme "Integrating and Strengthening the European Research Area". The homepage is managed by the European Training and Research Centre for Human Rights and Democracy - ETC Graz.

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