After Tito's death in 1980, and especially at the end of the 1980s, the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY) faced a serious political and social-economic crisis.
Over this period, most of our street actions (protests, performances and campaigns) demanded confrontation with our criminal past, i.e. seeking accountability (individual/criminal, political and moral).
Report back from a conference organized on 31st October to commemorate the 5th anniversary of the passage of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325.
Human rights activists and independent journalists in Serbia are increasingly threatened and even physically attacked in an attempt to silence debate about past atrocities, Amnesty International say in a new report.
Les défenseurs des droits humains et les journalistes indépendants sont de plus en plus menacés, voire physiquement agressés, en Serbie, dans une tentative de musellement de tout débat sur les atrocités passées, a déclaré Amnesty International.
WLUML has received a call for action from friends in Women in Black to demand the immediate end to the continual harassment of Women in Black in Belgrade who have been under investigation in recent months.
Paper prepared for the Women in Black International Network Conference, Jerusalem/Israel, August 12th – 16th 2005.
A personal report back on the vigil of Women in Black in the main square of Belgrade on the anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre.
In June 1995, I was finishing off my book on refugees from former Yugoslavia, "The Suitcase," (University Press of California), interviewing women and men of different nationalities, wherever they came from and wherever they had been displaced.
Events to mark the international day of women's action for peace and disarmament and May 28th - international day of action for women's health and reproductive rights.
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