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“I want to help those unable to help themselves”

30.03.2017 - (Last modified: 05.04.2017)
Adrijana Hanušić Bećirović has worked for TRIAL in Sarajevo since 2012. She shares the pride and challenges of working w...
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BiH: Harmonized legal practices would benefit all victims

16.03.2017 - (Last modified: 20.03.2017)
Compensation claims have come a long way in recent years. However, noticeable discrepancies remain throughout BiH, resul...
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Jovan Tintor

20.02.2017 - (Last modified: 07.03.2017)
Jovan Tintor, aged 65, was a senior official with the Serb Democratic Party (SDS) during Ex-Yugoslavia war. He was Karadzic’s advisor, the president of the SDS in the municipality of Vogosca in Bosnia-Herzegovina and the head of the crisis Committee in the area. In this capacity, Tintor allegedly participated in the crimes perpetrated in Vogosca municipality. In May 1...
Significant victories have been achieved on victims’ right to reparation. Unfortunately, that right is unevenly applied...
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A UN decision and years of lobbying have been necessary for Alma M. to uphold her rights. Now, at last, she has received...
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Sarajevo, 27 January 2017 - Today, the NGO TRIAL International submits a complaint to the United Nations Committee on th...
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Across Bosnia and Herzegovina, thousands of women struggle with the scars of wartime sexual violence. TRIAL Internationa...
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Ratko Romić

12.01.2017
Ratko Romić was the chief intelligence inspector of the 6th Department of State Security (DB), the intelligence service of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. In this capacity, Romić allegedly participated in the murder of Serbian journalist Slavko Ćuruvija on 11 April 1999. The victim was shot in the back 17 times in front of his residence in Belgrade. According to h...

Can justice finally prevail? This victim thinks so.

12.12.2016 - (Last modified: 28.03.2017)
K. (real name withheld) was underage when soldiers of the Republika Srpska Army repeatedly raped her in 1992. Now a woma...
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On the 68th anniversary of the Convention against Genocide, Bosnia and Herzegovina is still struggling to come to terms...
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A TRIAL International report compiles wartime survivor testimonies on compensation, emphasizing the need for a more incl...
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Edin Sakoc

09.11.2016
Edin Sakoc is a muslim from Bosnia, originally from the municipality of Capljina. During the war in the former Yugoslavi...
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