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TRIAL has recently submitted two individual communications to the United Nations Human Rights Committee regarding the enforced disappearance and torture of Jit Man Basnet in Nepal in February 2004 and regarding the arbitrary arrest, ill-treatment and execution of Ermin Kadiric in Bosnia-Herzegovina July 1992. Jit Man Basnet is a journalist and a lawyer in Kathmandu...

Three continents, three cases, one struggle

10.12.2010 - (Last modified: 17.07.2017)
10 December 2010 - On the occasion of the International Human Rights Day, the anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, TRIAL continues its fight against impunity around the globe and is submitting three new cases from Nepal, Algeria and Bosnia and Herzegovina to the United Nations Human Rights Committee. Thousands of families of vic...

UN blames BiH for not doing enough for civilian victims of war

23.11.2010 - (Last modified: 17.07.2017)
(Sarajevo/Geneva, 23 November 2010) – The UN Committee against Torture (CAT) issued recommendations to BiH for resolving the problems related to missing persons and victims of rape or other forms of sexual violence during the war. These recommendations were formulated after the organization TRIAL, along with 11 local associations from all of BiH, filed a 80-page-long...

Elvir Jakupovic

23.11.2010 - (Last modified: 27.07.2017)
facts Elvir Jakupović was born on 29 March 1976. He was a member of the 1st Company of the 1st Battalion of the 17th Krajina Brigade of the army of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) during the conflict between the army of BiH and the Croatian Defence Council (HVO) which took place between 1992 and 1995. In June 1993, Jakupović, who at the time was only 17 years old,...
The Advocacy Center – TRIAL (ACT) submitted two communications to the Human Rights Committee against Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) concerning the enforced disappearances of Mr. Mensud Rizvanović and Mr. Husein Hamulić occurred in July 1992. The Rizvanović and Hamulić cases On 20 July 1992 Mr. Mensud Rizvanović was arbitrarily deprived of his liberty in Rizvanovići (B...

BiH: Alternative reports submitted to the Human Rights Committee

01.11.2010 - (Last modified: 20.10.2016)
In November 2010, TRIAL and six associations of families of disappeared from all Bosnia-and-Herzegovina, submitted a report on the situation of families of missing persons in this country. To see the press release, please click here.
In October 2010, TRIAL and 11 associations of families of disappeared from all Bosnia-and-Herzegovina, submitted a report on the situation of the families of missing persons in this country. Read the full report.

TRIAL concerned for families of forcefully disappeared

08.09.2010 - (Last modified: 17.07.2017)
Sarajevo/Geneva, 8 September 2010 In November 2006 the UN Human Rights Committee (HRC) adopted its concluding observations concerning the implementation of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the status of human rights in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). Among other subjects, the Committee expressed its concern for the fact that the fate and w...
Geneva, 6 July 2010 During the month of June, TRIAL (Track Impunity Always-a Swiss Association against Impunity) submitted to the European Court of Human rights two individual complaints against Bosnia-Herzegovina concerning the enforced disappearances of Esad Aliskovic and Enes Ramulic following an action carried out by Serb forces. These two cases become the 13th...
The United Nations Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearancesundertook a country visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina form 14 to 21 June 2010 and met with the government, national and local authorities, international institutions, as well as with human rights NGOs and associations of families of victims.  TRIAL, whose June 2009 general allegation prompted t...

BiH: twelve cases of enforced disappearance before the UN

12.05.2010 - (Last modified: 17.07.2017)
Geneva / Sarajevo, 12 May 2010 TRIAL (Track Impunity Always – Swiss Association against Impunity) recently filed a communication before the United Nations Human Rights Committee concerning 12 cases of enforced disappearances carried out in Vogošća by Serb forces in June 1992. The NGO is acting on behalf of 25 relatives of the disappeared persons.  On 4 May 1992,...
Geneva/Sarajevo, 30 April 2010 TRIAL (Track Impunity Always – the Swiss Association against Impunity) recently filed three applications before the European Court of Human Rights against Bosnia-Herzegovina regarding the massacre of the Bačić and Horozović families, and the forced disappearance of Refik Bačić, perpetrated by Serb forces in 1992. In July 1992, as...
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