In focus

05/09/2020

OPINION OF THE CITIZENS OF MONTENEGRO CONCERNING WARS IN FORMER YUGOSLAVIA AND THE PROSECUTION OF WAR CRIMES – PUBLIC OPINION SURVEY

Authorities are unwilling to prosecute war crimes; politicians from the 1990s should withdraw More than half of the surveyed citizens (53.6%) believe that the current ruling […]
19/07/2020

REPORT: Monitoring Freedom of Expression & the Right to Privacy during COVID-19 Outbreak

Human Rights Action (HRA) has published a report “Monitoring Freedom of Expression & the Right to Privacy during the COVID-19 Outbreak” which analyses four cases involving […]
13/07/2020

VIDEO „Freedom of Expression“

The video clip “The right to freedom of expression without intimidation’’ was created within the project “Monitoring Application of Human Rights Standards during COVID-19 Outbreak’’ which […]
08/07/2020

VIDEO „Right to Privacy“

The video clip “The right to privacy’’ was created within the project “Monitoring Application of Human Rights Standards during COVID-19 Outbreak’’ which Human Rights Action (HRA) […]
08/04/2020

Belgium’s magazine Le Vif: ,,Coronavirus: Montenegro published the names and addresses of people suspected of being infected”

The Belgium’s leading current affairs magazine ,,Le Vif” published an article ,,Coronavirus: Montenegro published the names and addresses of people suspected of being infected”. In the […]
01/03/2020

Responsibility for solving problems is on the side of Government – HRA ready to help

Within the initiative ,,Alliance for Europe’’, representatives of Human Rights Action (HRA), executive director Tea Gorjanc Prelević and legal advisors Stefan Šljukić and Katarina Bošković, met […]
24/01/2020

Initiative for Constitutional Review of Criminal Offense Causing Panic and Disorder criminalizing False News

Human Rights Action (HRA) submitted to the Constitutional Court of Montenegro today the initiative to review the constitutionality of Article 398 of the Criminal Code of […]
11/12/2019

STATE PROSECUTORS OFFICE DARES NOT ACT AGAINST JUDICIAL COUNCIL – THE ONLY POSSIBLE CONCLUSION FOLLOWING UNREASONED DISMISSAL BY THE SPECIAL AND SUPREME STATE PROSECUTORS OF THE CRIMINAL COMPLAINT FILED BY NGOS

Non-governmental organizations Human Rights Action (HRA), Network for the Affirmation of the NGO Sector (MANS) and Institute Alternative (IA) submitted a criminal charge on 13 September 2019 […]
04/11/2019

Government to Urgently Form a Working Group to Draft Law on Rehabilitation and Compensation of Victims of Political Persecution

On 13 September 2019, Human Rights Action (HRA) submitted to the Prime Minister of Montenegro, Mr. Duško Marković, an initiative for the adoption of a Law […]
30/08/2019

THE AGENCY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CORRUPTION PROTECTS CONFLICT OF INTEREST INSTEAD OF PROSECUTING IT

On 9 August 2019 four NGOs – the Human Rights Action (HRA), Network for the Affirmation of the NGO Sector (MANS), Alternative Institute (IA) and Centre […]
17/07/2019

THIRD ELECTION OF VESNA MEDENICA AS PRESIDENT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF MONTENEGRO GROSSLY VIOLATES CONSTITUTION

By electing Ms. Vesna Medenica for the third time as President of the Supreme Court of Montenegro, the Judicial Council grossly violated the Constitution, which prohibits […]
24/06/2019

19/6/2019 APPOINTMENT OF COURT PRESIDENTS AND APPLICATION OF THE CONSTITUTION AND THE LAW ON THE JUDICIAL COUNCIL AND JUDGES OF MONTENEGRO

Vesna Rakić Vodinelić, LL.D. Professor of Law, retired   APPOINTMENT OF COURT PRESIDENTS AND APPLICATION OF THE CONSTITUTION AND THE LAW ON THE JUDICIAL COUNCIL AND […]