Pravo žrtava na reparacije u Srbiji i standardi Evropskog suda za ljudska prava. Izveštaj za 2014/2015.
The right of victims to reparations in Serbia and the standards of the European Court of Human Rights. Report for 2014/2015.
Contributor(s): Sandra Orlović (Editor), Predrag Ivanović (Editor)
Subject(s): Law and Transitional Justice, Peace and Conflict Studies, Wars in Jugoslavia
Published by: Fond za humanitarno pravo
Keywords: reparations rights;
Summary/Abstract: For societies that have gone through periods of human rights mass violations, the issue of reparations to victims is one of the most important elements in establishing the rule of law in relation to crimes committed, as well as building solidarity and a culture of human rights. The report provides an overview of legal norms relevant to the exercise of the right to reparations and their application in practice before courts and administrative bodies in Serbia, as well as their analysis in the light of the standards of the European Court of Human Rights. The key finding of the report is that judicial and administrative bodies in Serbia violate the right of victims to reparations and that the decisions of these bodies in reparation proceedings violate the rights guaranteed by the European Convention on Human Rights, especially the prohibition of torture, degrading treatment and humiliation. the right to a fair trial and non-discrimination. The disrespect of the European Convention on Human Rights by the judicial and administrative authorities in Serbia, when it comes to victims of serious human rights violations, makes their right to reparations in Serbia in practice impossible and almost illusory.
Series: Humanitarian Law Center Books
- Print-ISBN-13: 978-86-7932-063-6
- Page Count: 92
- Publication Year: 2016
- Language: Serbian
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