BIRN – Justice Report cited in Amnesty International Report

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Several articles written by Justice Report journalists have been cited in the latest Amnesty International Report, “Whose Justice? Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Women Still Waiting“.

The Report is the product of year-long research conducted in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It addresses the difficult position of women who were raped during the past war, and their dissatisfaction with the poor treatment they receive from Bosnian authorities.

Amnesty International, AI, quoted BIRN – Justice Report articles on rape trials conducted behind closed door before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and its coverage of agreements signed between the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina and war-crimes indictees.

AI is a global movement with more than two million members, which currently leads campaigns to end grave violations of human rights in more than fifteen countries.

BIRN – Justice Report is an agency specialized in reporting on trials conducted before the War Crimes Chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina and covering issues related to transitional justice and facing the past in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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