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19/10/2021

HRA WELCOMES TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF EVICTION OF AJKUNIĆ FAMILY

Human Rights Action (HRA) welcomes the decision of the Communal Inspection of the Capital City of Podgorica to postpone the execution of their decision by which […]
05/10/2021

FIRST OFFICIAL JOINT COMMEMORATING OF WAR CRIMES IN MORINJ BY MONTENEGRO AND CROATIA – MONTENEGRIN GOVERNMENT TO TAKE STRATEGIC APPROACH TO DEAL WITH ALL WAR CRIMES IN A SAME WAY

The Human Rights Action (HRA) welcomes a very important event in which, for the first time in thirty years, the Republic of Croatia and Montenegro jointly […]
21/09/2021

CCE, HRA AND ANIMA: RELIGIOUS EDUCATION SHOULD BE OMITTED FROM THE PROGRAMME OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS, CIVIC EDUCATION SHOULD BE A MANDATORY SUBJECT

Centre for Civic Education (CCE), Human Rights Action (HRA) and ANIMA – Centre for Women’s and Peace Education vigorously oppose the proposal to introduce religious education […]
15/09/2021

HRA: Let’s not allow hatred to prevail

Noticing during yesterday hate speech among government and opposition officials, specifically Prime Minister Zdravko Krivokapić and Councilor Milovan Janković, the Human Rights Action condemns such behavior […]
07/09/2021

ENTHRONEMENT AND PROTESTS IN MONTENEGRO – POST FACTUM

The Human Rights Action (HRA) finds the events surrounding the enthronement of the Metropolitan of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Cetinje to have posed a significant […]
03/09/2021

HRA and IA: Ensure peace, respect for health measures and human rights at upcoming gatherings

I On the eve of public gatherings expected on Saturday in Podgorica and Sunday in Cetinje on the occasion of the enthronement of the Metropolitan of […]
24/08/2021

HRA condemns obstruction of work of TV Vijesti crew and threats made to the journalist T.N.

The Human Rights Action (HRA) strongly condemns the latest incidents against journalists, the rough obstruction of the work of journalist Ljubica Milićević and cameraman Drago Matović […]
19/08/2021

IN RESPONSE TO THE MONTENEGRIN FOREIGN AFFAIRS MINISTRY POSITION ON NON-ACCEPTANCE OF REFUGEES FROM AFGHANISTAN

The undersigned non-governmental organizations and civil activists urge the Montenegrin government to reconsider its decision not to accept refugees from Afghanistan “at this stage”. In addition […]
17/08/2021

HRA CONDEMNS THE ATTACK ON JOURNALIST MILKA TADIĆ MIJOVIĆ

The Human Rights Action (HRA) strongly condemns yesterday’s verbal attack on journalist Milka Tadić Mijović in a public place. This attack is especially disturbing because Milka […]
30/07/2021

URGENTLY PROVIDE IDENTIFICATION OF POLICE OFFICERS WITH VISIBLE MARKINGS

The Human Rights Action (HRA) strongly condemns the latest case of citizen abuse by the Police Directorate officers in Cetinje and expresses serious concern over the […]
06/07/2021

29 YEARS WITHOUT JUSTICE FOR FAMILY KLAPUH

Today marks 29 years since Hasan, Ferida and Sena Klapuh from Foča (Bosnia & Herzegovina), were murdered in Plužine (Montenegro) on 6th of July 1992 by […]
05/07/2021

FOREIGN FORENSIC SPECIALISTS CONFIRM ALLEGATIONS OF VICTIMS OF POLICE TORTURE IN THE INVESTIGATION OF “BOMB ATTACKS” – HRA EXPECTS URGENT REACTION FROM POLICE AND STATE PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE

Foreign forensic experts of international renown have prepared reports on the injuries of Jovan Grujičić and Marko Boljević, who reported police torture in May last year […]