Croatia: End Sexual Violence In Conflict – Get Minister Vesna Pusic Out Of Project

  Author of original text in Croatian: Vedrana Milas, Objektiv, 23 April 2014 Translated into English: Ina Vukic In late March 2014, the International conference “Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict – A Stronger Role of Regional Security Forces on Peace Support Operations” was held in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was organised by the Ministry […]

Women Of Croatia’s Homeland War

Today, 8 March, marks the International Women’s Day! May it be a happy one to all the women of the world and as far as Croatian women are concerned my mind is turned to those who endured and survived with dignity the most horrendous of fates a woman (a human being) can endure. I turn […]

Croatia: Howling For Rape War Crimes Justice

Croatian politics, authorities and institutions (including media) have failed miserably at addressing the war crimes of rape perpetrated by Serbs against Croatian (and non-Serb women) during their war of aggression against Croatia. The same could be said for Bosnia and Herzegovina. There has been no significant will to prosecute rapists, war criminals – the political […]

Croatia: Stop Listening To Serbia – Listen To The Victims Of Her Aggression!

The events in Croatia during the past week should have marked the diary pages with pride, piety, dignified grieving for the lost lives, and a determined step forward in the direction of achieving final justice for the multitudes of war crimes’ victims, victims of the times of Serb aggression, and which justice includes due pursuits […]

Convicted Serb rapists from Vukovar 1991 – flee Croatia

This is the stuff horror movies are made of. Only, horror movies are usually fiction. It is incredulous that persons charged of mass rapes during the Serb aggression in Croatia (early 1990’s) are still allowed to roam the streets freely over almost two decades, while charges are being heard in criminal court and others obstructed. […]

Serbs serve more “Blood” than “Honey” for Angelina Jolie’s film promotion

According to the Guardian’s article Angelina Jolie’s directorial debut “In the Land of Blood and Honey was intended to remind the world of the horrors of the Bosnian war which began 20 years ago, and trigger a debate among Bosnians over what happened and why. But it has succeeded most in exposing the depth of […]

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