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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SECRET POLICE FILES
February 21 - 23, 2002
A number of participants from Serbia and around the world discussed issues for and against the opening of secret police files, lustration, the opening of files in Yugoslavia and in other countries which have gone through this experience (Germany, South Africa, the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia). Two legislative models for the opening of secret police files were presented, drawn up by the Centre for Anti-war Action and the Centre for Advanced Legal Studies

   

IN SEARCH OF TRUTH AND RESPONSIBILITY
May 18 - 20, 2001
The international conference "In Search of Truth and Responsibility - Towards a Democratic Future" was the first such forum to explore this topic since the dramatic events of September 24 and October 5, 2000. This conference was important not only because it brought together large numbers of experts from all over the world, but also because it marked the beginning of the very long and painful process of facing the truth, considering the responsibility, and, finally, achieving reconciliation throughout the territory of Southeast Europe

   

MEDIA FOR A DEMOCRATIC EUROPE
December 11, 2000
The "Media for a Democratic Europe" conference was aimed at helping to define the changes needed in the field of the media to ensure that Yugoslavia would choose democracy and thus gain equal status in international institutions. In his opening address, Yugoslav President Vojislav Kostunica said he did not believe that media could be truly independent without financial independence. "I believe we will soon join together in building a new democratic society, a pleasant and even somewhat boring country," said Kostunica

   

MEDIA FOR A DEMOCRATIC EUROPE
December 4 - 5, 1998
Following the wave of clampdowns on radio and television stations in Yugoslavia, and in response to further repression threatened, Radio B92 and ANEM organsied the conference "Media for a Democratic Europe" with support from the Council of Europe, the Fund for an Open Society, USAID, OTI and OSI - Budapest

   

FREE 2000
August 1998
Due to the ever-increasing pressure on independent media in Yugoslavia, the Association of Independent Electronic Media (ANEM) set up the International Committee for the Protection of Independent Media in Yugoslavia, FREE 2000. It brought together 17 international and six local non-governmental organisations concerned with the protection of human rights and press freedom

 


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