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The Advocacy Center - TRIAL (ACT) lodged an application before the United Nations Human Rights Committee following the e...
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Switzerland must continue promoting the goals of the ICC

25.05.2010 - (Last modified: 17.07.2017)
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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...
Common press release by the Society for Threatened Peoples (Switzerland) and TRIAL (Track Impunity Always - Swiss association against impunity) In an article in the bi-monthly newspaper La Nation, two authors qualify the genocide in Srebrenica as a “pseudo-massacre.”  In response, the Society for Threatened Peoples and the Swiss Association Against Impunity (TRIAL)...

BiH : Tihovici massacre before the Human Rights Committee

16.04.2010 - (Last modified: 17.07.2017)
The Advocacy Center – TRIAL (ACT) submitted this week a communication to the Human Rights Committee concerning the enforced disappearance and alleged arbitrary execution and the subsequent concealment of the mortal remains of Mr. Sejad Hero and Mr. Ramiz Kožljak occurred in July 1992. Since its creation, ACT has submitted nine cases to the European Court of Human R...
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Geneva, 19 March 2010. Yesterday, the Council of States – Parliament’s higher chamber – passed a federal law incorporating into the Swiss penal code crimes provided for by the Statute of the International Criminal Court. TRIAL (Track Impunity Always - Swiss association against Impunity) takes note that Switzerland shall soon have at its disposal a more precise law to...

TRIAL takes action against human trafficking

10.03.2010 - (Last modified: 17.07.2017)
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9'000 signatures against enforced disappearances!

01.03.2010 - (Last modified: 17.07.2017)
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The Advocacy Center – TRIAL (ACT) submitted this week an application to the European Court of Human Rights concerning the enforced disappearance of Mr. Emir Hodžić occurred in May 1992. Last month, ACT submitted a communication to the Human Rights Committee concerning the enforced disappearance of Mr. Ibrahim Durić occurred in May 1992. Since its creation, ACT subm...

BiH: two cases before the ECHR and one before the United Nations

03.12.2009 - (Last modified: 17.07.2017)
The Advocacy Center TRIAL (ACT) submitted in the past week two new applications to the European Court of Human Rights concerning the enforced disappearances of Mr. Edin Mahmuljin in June 1992 and of Mr. Nedžad Fazlić in May 1992. ACT also submitted an individual communication to the United Nations Human Rights Committee regarding the enforced disappearance of Mr. Sali...

Are war games free of rules? A report by TRIAL and Pro Juventute

19.11.2009 - (Last modified: 17.07.2017)
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Pro Juventute and TRIAL, the Swiss association for international criminal justice, have examined whether and to which extent international humanitarian law is respected in computer and video games. The result is as deflating as reality. The organisation calls upon game producers to consequently and creatively incorporate rules of international humanitarian law and hum...
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