12/07/2023

PRESENTATION OF THE HRA REPORT ON THE EXCLUSION OF ILLEGALLY OBTAINED EVIDENCE IN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS: The practice of the Court in Strasbourg should not be used to justify violation of domestic procedural rules

The domestic law prevails because it regulates the details of the exclusion of unlawfully obtained evidence in criminal proceedings, while the European Court of Human Rights […]
11/07/2023

28 years since the genocide in Srebrenica – Montenegro to establish memorial day

Human Rights Action (HRA), Centre for Civic Education (CCE), and ANIMA – Center for Women’s and Peace Education, on the occasion of the 28th anniversary of […]
09/07/2023

CoE report urges Montenegro to investigate cases of police brutality

It has been proven and acknowledged by many that tortures are not only a violation of human rights and dignity but also undermine the very foundations […]
07/07/2023

TRIAL FOR POLICE TORTURE: CHIEF OF CRIMINAL POLICE DID MANAGE THE POLICE OPERATION, BUT CANNOT REMEMBER WHO IT WAS THAT CARRIED IT OUT

The trial of five police inspectors accused of extorting testimony from Marko Boljević in the investigation of the “bombing attacks” on 25 May 2020 using severe […]
05/07/2023

31 YEARS LATER, THERE IS NO JUSTICE FOR THE KLAPUH FAMILY

Tomorrow marks the 31st anniversary of the war crime that members of the army of the Republic of Srpska committed on the territory of Montenegro against […]
04/07/2023

FIRST VERDICT FOR THE ILL-TREATMENT OF A PARTICIPANT IN THE 2020 PROTESTS

On 30 June, the Basic Court in Bijelo Polje issued a verdict establishing the responsibility of police officers for the ill-treatment of Ognjen Mijatović at the […]
27/06/2023

THE GOVERNMENT IS NOT PROVIDING THE EUROPEAN COMMITTEE FOR THE PREVENTION OF TORTURE WITH COMPLETE INFORMATION

In support of all the victims of torture in Montenegro, the Human Rights Action has informed the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Other […]
23/06/2023

NO PROGRESS IN MONTENEGRO IN THE LAST 20 YEARS – ‘HRA’ ON THE REPORT OF THE EUROPEAN COMMITTEE FOR THE PREVENTION OF TORTURE

As the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture (CPT) concluded in the report on the last year’s visit of their delegation to Montenegro, which was […]
18/06/2023

On International Day for Countering Hate Speech

On today’s International Day for Countering Hate Speech, Human Rights Action publishes the text “Sexually Explicit Political Caricature: Between Satire and Hate Speech”, by Peter Noorlander […]
07/06/2023

18 NGOs: ELECTION OF THE DIRECTOR OF RADIO TELEVISION MONTENEGRO (RTCG) REPRESENTS A DEFEAT OF THE RULE OF LAW; MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL WHO PARTICIPATED IN THE VOTING SHOULD RESIGN FROM THEIR POSITIONS

Human Rights Action (HRA), Association Spektra, Centre for Civic Education (CCE), Centre for Monitoring and Research, Women’s Rights Centre (WRC), Centre for Civil Liberties, Centre for […]
25/05/2023

NGOs commemorate the 31st anniversary of the unpunished war crime of the Deportation of Bosnian-Herzegovinian refugees

A memorial gathering was held in front of the Security Centre in Herceg Novi, today at noon, to commemorate the 31st anniversary of the war crime […]
19/05/2023

31 YEARS SINCE THE CRIME OF DEPORTATION OF REFUGEES – INVITATION TO MEMORIAL GATHERING

Human Rights Action (HRA), Centre for Civic Education (CCE), and ANIMA – Center for Women and Peace Education, invite to the traditional memorial gathering on Thursday, […]