Human Rights in Serbia 2013: law, practice and international human rights standards


Human Rights in Serbia 2013: law, practice and international human rights standards

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/ Vesna Petrović / | 978-86-7202-148-6 | Beogradski centar za ljudska prava / | 2014 | 369 s. | Beograd /

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Publisher Beogradski centar za ljudska prava / Beogradski centar za ljudska prava /
Author Vesna Petrović / Vesna Petrović /
City Beograd / Beograd /
Pages 369 s.
ISBN 978-86-7202-148-6
Detail Dr. Vesna Petrović, Executive Director of the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights, summarized the general social, political and economic conditions for the enjoyment of human rights. Ivan Protić, journalist, presented appearing of human rights as a topic in the media as well as the way they were presented (and often violated). Legal officers of the Centre - Nikola Kovačević, Sonja Tošković and Jovana Zorić – introduced to the public the most important laws and practice in the area of criminal justice, economic and social rights and prohibition of discrimination. They also reflected on the recommendations incorporated in the Report for the improvement of the unsatisfactory conditions in the mentioned areas. /// ///

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