Outreach
MICT joins Outreach efforts in Croatia
Split, 29 October 2014
For the first time since the Youth Outreach Project was launched a representative of the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals (MICT) took the role of the lecturer and gave a talk to the students of the Law Faculty of Split University, Croatia. Elena Martina Salgado, Legal Officer in the Office of the Prosecutor of the MICT today spoke to a group of 65 students about ICTY’s achievements and...
Tribunal in Sarajevo's First Gymnasium again
Sarajevo, 28 October 2014
"It is crucial that young people, who did not suffer the direct consequences of war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, but can certainly feel the indirect ones, are educated about issues related to war crime trials“, said Hamza Agić, student of First Gymnasium in Sarajevo following the presentation about the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) given by professor Arijana Ahić...
ICTY presentation sparks discussion on importance of facing the past in BiH
Sarajevo, 27 October 2014
Students in the fourth year of the Second Gymnasium in Sarajevo participated in a two-hour presentation about the Tribunal’s work delivered by their professor Aida Muftić...
Junior diplomats from the Balkans learn about the Tribunal
The Hague, 23 October 2014
A group of 17 junior diplomats from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Kosovo, Albania and Turkey visited the ICTY today. A group met with Nenad Golčevski, Head of the ICTY Outreach, who introduced them to the work and achievements of the ICTY...
Students of Ilidža Gymnasium attend a presentation on ICTY
Sarajevo, 23 October 2014
Professor Amila Ahmethodžić from the Fourth Gymnasium in Sarajevo held a presentation today about the Tribunal for the final year students of this school. Professor Ahmethodžić recently participated in a workshop organised by the ICTY Outreach programme, where she gained additional insight into the work of the Tribunal...
    Winners of Moot Court competition in Croatia visited the ICTY
    The Hague, 23 October 2014
    Winners of the eSTUDENT national moot court competition in Croatia Ante Ferara and Toni Marinković, visited today the ICTY. The student association eSTUDENT organised the completion and the jury was comprised of professors from the Zagreb Law Faculty and professional Croatian judges. The judges decided that law students Ferara and Marinković, together with their team, delivered the best presentation in this competition...
    Judicial Professionals from the Balkans visit ICTY
    The Hague, 22 October 2014
    A group of 25 legal professionals from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Turkey visited ICTY today. Visitors met with Magdalena Spalinska, Spokesperson for Registry and Chambers who introduced them to the work and achievements of the ICTY and Tribunal’s completion strategy...
    Presentation on ICTY held in Third Gymnasium
    Sarajevo, 20 October 2014
    Students of the Sarajevo Third Gymnasium attended the first in a series of presentations on the ICTY held by their philosophy teacher, Professor M.Sc Sedžida Hadžić. During the war, the gymnasium building suffered extensive damage, being on the frontline of besieged Sarajevo. Today, the gymnasium is a modern building, whose reconstruction is a vivid reminder of the need to restore broken relationships among communities affected by the war...
    High School teachers talk about the Tribunal
    Sarajevo, 17 October 2014
    Tribunal’s achievements and its importance in the process of post-conflict recovery of communities affected by war crimes has become an integral part of lecture on international humanitarian law delivered to a group of students of Fifth Gymnasium in Sarajevo by teacher Islam Zulović as a part of the Civic Education/Democracy and Human Rights curriculum...
    First group of high school teachers trained to teach about the Tribunal in BiH schools
    Sarajevo, 9 October 2014
    A workshop for a group of five high school teachers from Sarajevo Canton was held today as part of an Outreach youth project. The teachers were trained to give presentations independently on the work and legacy of the ICTY. The teachers will go on to hold presentations in their respective schools as part of their regular curriculum. During the one-day workshop, ICTY Registry Liaison Officer in BiH...
    Coburg University students visiting ICTY office in Sarajevo
    Sarajevo, 8 October 2014
    As a part of their study trip to BiH, twenty students of the University of Coburg, Germany, visited the ICTY Filed Office in Sarajevo to learn about the most important aspects of Tribunal's work. Almir Alić, ICTY Registry Liaison Officer in BiH, provided the students of this prestigious Bavarian university with a historical overview of...
    Judges from Ljubljana District Court visited the ICTY
    The Hague, 2 October 2014
    A group of 12 judges from the Criminal Department of the District Court in Ljubljana, Slovenia visited today the ICTY, as part of their study visit to international legal institutions in The Hague. Group met with the MICT representative Helena Eggleston who introduced them to the ICTY’s and MICT’s work and achievements...
    Latest Outreach documentary screened for Serbian students and human rights activists
    Kruševac, 30 September 2014
    A group of over thirty students and human rights activists from non-governmental organisations ‘Women in Black’ and ‘Peščanik’ gathered today in Kruševac, Serbia for a screening of the latest documentary produced by the Outreach programme Through Their Eyes – Witnesses to Justice...
    Evening of contemporary witnesses
    Belgrade, 29 September 2014
    ICTY’s Outreach Programme recently started its cooperation with the NGOs “Open Communication“ from Belgrade, “Hermes“ from Zagreb and “Humanity in Action“ from Sarajevo, in the project called Model International Criminal Court – Western Balkans (MICC Web) which is jointly implemented by these three NGOs...
    ICTY hosts expert meeting on impact of international criminal tribunals
    The Hague, 26 September 2014
    International NGO ‘Impunity Watch’ organised today an expert meeting which dealt with issues related to the possibilities and limitations of social impact that international criminal tribunals can have in countries most affected by their work. The ICTY Outreach hosted the meeting and welcomed the participants from the International Criminal Court...
    ICTY Vice-President attends the opening of SENSE Documentation Centre in Srebrenica
    Srebrenica, 21 September 2014
    ICTY Vice-President, Judge Carmel Agius attended the opening of the Srebrenica Documentation Centre established by the SENSE News Agency in cooperation with the Memorial Centre in Potočari. The Centre is aimed at documenting the crimes committed in Srebrenica in July 1995 ...
    Presentation about the Tribunal met the expectations of students
    Igalo, 16 September 2014
    A presentation of the representative of ICTY’s Office of the Prosecutor, Aditya Menon, about Tribunal's jurisprudence and key achievements given to a group of 30 students of the Straniak Academy for Democracy and Human Rights in Igalo, Montenegro...
    Diplomats from Kosovo visit the Tribunal
    The Hague, 11 September 2014
    Diplomats from Kosovo visit the TribunalA group of six diplomats from Kosovo visited the Tribunal today and met with Nenad Golčevski, the Head of the ICTY Outreach and Andrew Begg, Legal Officer in the MICT’s Registry. In addition visitors had the opportunity to follow the hearing...
    ICTY Documentary broadcast by TV stations in Bosnia and Herzegovina
    The Hague, 14 August 2014
    The latest ICTY documentary film, Through Their Eyes: Witnesses to Justice has been screened by 10 local and regional television stations throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) this summer, including the broadcasters...
    Dutch students visited ICTY Field Office in BiH
    Sarajevo, 30 July 2014
    ICTY Registry Liaison Officer in Sarajevo, Almir Alić hosted today a group of students from the Dutch United Nations Student Association in Amsterdam, as part of their study visit to the region of the former Yugoslavia.
    American students visiting ICTY Sarajevo Field Office
    Sarajevo, 25 July 2014
    As a part of their study visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina, a group of students from the Denver University, USA, visited the ICTY Field Office in Sarajevo today. During a two-hour presentation, ICTY Registry Liaison Officer Almir Alić introduced...
    Documentary Through Their Eyes - Witnesses to Justice premiered in The Hague
    The Hague, 26 June 2014
    The ICTY Outreach programme organised today a drawing and educational workshop at the 11th annual Sarajevo Kids Festival, the biggest independent youth festival in South East Europe.
    Drawing helps us express our feelings
    Sarajevo, 10 June 2014
    The ICTY Outreach programme organised today a drawing and educational workshop at the 11th annual Sarajevo Kids Festival, the biggest independent youth festival in South East Europe.
    American students discuss ICTY role in BiH post-conflict recovery
    Sarajevo, 5 June 2014
    A group of seven students with the University of Louisville, USA, today visited the ICTY Field Office in Sarajevo as a part of their study visit to international and national institutions and organisations involved in the post-conflict...
    Post-Conflict Research Centre interns visit Sarajevo field office
    Sarajevo, 4 June 2014
    The ICTY Sarajevo Field Office today hosted a group of interns from the Post-Conflict Research Centre (PCRC) and presented to them an overview of the most important aspects of the work of the Tribunal, including projects run by its Outreach Programme.
    Journalists from the Balkan visit the ICTY
    The Hague, 4 June 2014
    The Tribunal’s Outreach Programme today welcomed a group of nine journalists from Kosovo, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Albania. The visitors met with representatives of the Outreach, the Media Office and the Office of the Prosecutor.
    Future lawyers from Mostar and Zenica introduced to ICTY guilty plea practice
    Mostar and Zenica, 2 June 2014
    The ICTY Outreach programme has continued its excellent cooperation with universities in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) by organising two guest lectures at law faculties in Mostar and Zenica respectively...
    ICTY material featured in Bosnia’s first museum dedicated to camp detainees
    Sarajevo, 22 May 2014
    The Tribunal’s Outreach Programme recently helped the Union of Former Camp Detainees in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) identify and collect photographs and other relevant documentary material contained in ICTY records...
    ‘Extremely useful’ lecture about the Tribunal
    Novi Pazar, 16 May 2014
    Students and professors from the Law Faculty of the International Univeristy in Novi Pazar were thoroughly engrossed by the lecture given by Ljiljana Hellman of the ICTY’s Registry on the topics of command responsibility and adjudicating the crime of genocide before the ICTY...
    First lecture about the Tribunal for law students in Novi Sad
    Novi Sad, 15 May 2014
    For the first time since the Outreach Youth Project was started, representatives of the Tribunal visited the Law Faculty of Novi Sad University, where Ljiljana Hellman, from the ICTY’s Registry gave a lecture for about thirty students and members of the European Law Students Association (ELSA)...
    Serbian students learn about genocide and command responsibility
    Niš, 14 May 2014
    In the first of a three-part series of lectures to be held this week at universities in Serbia, ICTY Registry court officer Ljiljana Hellman today spoke to over 100 students and professors at the law faculty of the Niš University.
    Outreach documentary praised by Serbian and Bosnian human right activists
    Belgrade, 14 May 2014
    Registry Liaison Officer Morgiana Brading attended a screening of ICTY Outreach’s latest documentary "Through their Eyes: Witnesses to Justice" at the NGO Women in Black NGO office in Belgrade. Ten activists from Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina of the Women in Black human rights organization were present at the screening...
    Swedish students expand their knowledge of the ICTY
    Sarajevo, 13 May 2014
    The ICTY Field Office in Sarajevo today hosted a visit by a group of 25 students from the Society of International Affairs, which is based in Göteborg, Sweden. Almir Alić, ICTY representative in BiH, introduced the students to the work and the achievements of the Tribunal...
    ICTY publishes its 2013 Outreach Annual Report
    The Hague, 12 May 2014
    The Tribunal’s Outreach Programme today published its Annual Report for 2013, featuring a whole range of activities in a year of special importance to the ICTY. The Tribunal’s President, Theodor Meron introduced the report underlining that ‘2013 marked the 20th anniversary of the ICTY, and was thus a moment for particular reflection on the Tribunal’s achievements and continuing challenges’...
    Croatian students discuss ICTY practice in adjudicating genocide
    Zagreb, 9 May 2014
    Thomas Wayde Pittman, a Senior Legal Officer from the Tribunal’s Chambers, travelled to Zagreb, Croatia, where he delivered two lectures – one at the Dag Hammarskjöld School of International Relations and Diplomacy and the other at the Zagreb University Law Faculty. In total, more than 70 students had the opportunity to learn more about the ICTY practice in adjudicating genocide...
    The cycle of ICTY presentations in Montenegro high schools completed
    Pljevlja, 8 May 2014
    Registry Liaison Officer Morgiana Brading today travelled to a high school in Pljevlja, Montenegro, where she gave a presentation on the work of the ICTY and the Mechanism for International Criminal Courts (MICT) to around 80 students, teachers and the school principal. This was the fifth and final presentation held in high schools in Montenegro in this year’s cycle of the Youth Outreach project...
    Montenegrin students enthusiastically debate Tribunal’s achievements
    Bijelo Polje, 7 May 2014
    More than 60 students and teachers gathered today in the high school in Bijelo Polje, Montenegro, to attend the presentation on the work of the ICTY and related transitional justice issues, delivered by the Registry liaison officer Morgiana Brading...
    Successful presentation leads to invitation to return
    Berane, 6 May 2014
    "Thank you so much, we should talk about these things much more often and although today was a unique opportunity it was not long enough. You should come again." – this was the reaction of one of the 60 students who attended a two-hour presentation and debate on the work of the ICTY, held by the Registry Liaison Officer Morgiana Brading in the ‘Panto Mališić’ high school in Berane, Montenegro...
    Montenegrin students expand their knowledge of the ICTY
    Rožaje, 5 May 2014
    Registry Liaison Officer Morgiana Brading today travelled to the ‘30 September’ high school in Rožaje, Montenegro, where she gave a presentation on the ICTY’s mandate and work to around 40 students and three teachers. A philosophy teacher introduced the topic by mentioning the importance of the international community and international humanitarian law. He suggested that the importance...
    German journalists visit Sarajevo Field Office
    Sarajevo, 1 May 2014
    A group of 15 journalists from the Berliner Press Club, one of Germany’s largest journalistic associations, today visited the ICTY Filed Office in Sarajevo as part of a regional tour of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) and Serbia. The representatives of German print and electronic media were keen to learn more about political and cultural contexts in which the ICTY office in BiH operates...
    Youth Outreach Project reaches Montenegrin high schools
    Kolašin, 30 April 2014
    For the first time since the Youth Outreach Project began in 2011, a presentation on the ICTY has been delivered in a Montenegrin high school. In the first of a series of five lectures, Registry Liaison Officer Morgiana Brading visited the ‘Braća Selić’ school in the town of Kolašin, where she gave a presentation about the work of the Tribunal to a group of 25 students...
    Swedish students visiting ICTY Sarajevo Field Office
    Sarajevo, 29 April 2014
    A group of students with the International Affairs Association of the Linköping University, Sweden, visited the ICTY Field Office in Sarajevo as a part of their study trip aimed at enabling students to gain practical knowledge of the work of international organisations and institutions active in the region. Almir Alić, ICTY representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), introduced the students with the work...
    Presentation about the Tribunal – incentive for peacebuilding
    Ugljevik, 24 April 2014
    Asked by the ICTY guest lecturer Almir Alić if they had learned anything new about the Tribunal from his presentation today, one of the students of the 'Mihajlo Petrović Alas' high school in Ugljevik gave an honest response: “Everything, because I hardly knew anything."...
    "I loved this presentation"
    Janja, 23 April 2014
    The great importance that ICTY guest lectures have for BiH high school students was confirmed by today's meeting with high school students from Janja, who said the two-hour presentation delivered by Almir Alić was excellent and has changed their view of the Tribunal for the better.“The presentation was excellent and I learned a lot” said an 18-year old student from Janja. Her one year older colleague acknowledged that “there was so much she didn’t know about"...
    Human rights defenders from Serbia learn about the Tribunal
    Babe, 23 April 2014
    The Youth Initiative for Human Rights Serbia (YIHR), an NGO dedicated to working with young people on issues of facing the past, today organised a training session for young human rights defenders, in the village of Babe, near Sopot in central Serbia.  The ICTY Outreach representative in Serbia, Morgiana Brading, was invited to speak to the participants – twenty students from several universities across Serbia...
    Successful training for future educators
    Bijeljina, 22 April 2014
    As the ICTY nears the completion of its mandate one vital task has been identifying the most suitable NGO partners to take over responsibility for giving presentations on the work of the Tribunal in high schools across Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). The Bijeljina-based Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Republika Srpska (HCHR RS) was a logical choice for this initiative in BiH due to its wealth of experience in projects...
    ‘Top marks’ for presentation on the Tribunal
    Livno, 15 April 2014

    Students from the high school in the Bosnian town of Livno today used a guest lecture by Outreach representative Almir Alić as an opportunity to ask numerous questions about the work of the ICTY. “I hardly knew anything about the work of the Tribunal before today,” one 18-year-old admitted afterwards.During the two-hour workshop, the students were given a wealth of information about Tribunal’s establishment, mandate, organisational structure...

    Lectures stir up discussion among Montenegrin students
    Podgorica, 10 April 2014
    Around 90 law students gathered today at two Montenegrin universities to listen to lectures given by Ljiljana Hellman, a court officer in the ICTY's Registry. At the University of Donja Gorica the main topic of discussion was the transfer of cases from the ICTY to local courts. Many students were interested to know how this process was handled, how many cases were transferred and if more would be handed over in future...
    Perceptions of the Tribunal improved by Outreach presentation
    Istočna Ilidža, 10 April 2014
    A presentation given today by Outreach representative Almir Alić at the High School Centre in Istočna Ilidža developed into a two-hour discussion, initiated by the students, about the need to face up to the events of their country’s recent past. Since accountability for perpetrators of war crimes forms an essential part of dealing with the past, Almir used this as a platform to talk to the students in more detail about the work...
    Macedonian law students get to know the ICTY
    Skopje, 9 April 2014
    Around 55 law students from two universities in Skopje, capital of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, today attended lectures on the practice and jurisprudence of the ICTY, given by John Cubbon, a Senior Legal Officer in the Tribunal’s Chambers.
    John’s first lecture was given at the American University with 15 students in attendance, while the second lecture was given at the law faculty...
    'It is great to have such issues discussed in high schools'
    Jajce, 9 April 2014
    Not far from the centre of the Old Town of Jajce, nominated for UNESCO’s World Heritage List, is the Nikola Šop high school, whose students today welcomed ICTY Outreach representative, Almir Alić, and during a two-hour presentation shared their impressions of the importance of the Tribunal for the communities in the former Yugoslavia.  More than 50 students gathered to listen to Almir, and between them...
    Budding Montenegrin lawyers learn from an ICTY professional
    Podgorica, 9 April 2014
    Ljiljana Hellman, a court officer in the ICTY Registry, today spoke to more than 60 students from the law faculty of the University of Montenegro in Podgorica about the overarching legal framework and specific ICTY practice relating to genocide and command responsibility. This proved to be a popular topic and the students voiced questions, comments and opinions throughout the two hour lecture. They were very interested in the process...
    Students discuss ICTY jurisprudence and guilty pleas
    Sarajevo and Tuzla, 4 April 2014
    Guest lectures at the American Universities in Sarajevo and Tuzla and at the Law Faculty of Tuzla University proved that the work of the ICTY generates a lot of interest among students in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Tea Polešćuk, a legal advisor in the Office of the Prosecutor of the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals, visited each of the three universities and talked to a total of around 150 future Bosnian lawyers on plea bargaining...
    Law students from Zenica delighted with their visit to the Tribunal
    The Hague, 3 April 2014
    The study visit of 45 students and professors of the Law Facutly of Zenica University was concluded today after two days of lectures and presentations, and it provided the visitors with a better insight into the work and practices of this institution, which will greatly benefit their future legal careers. This visit was jointly organised by the Tribunal's Outreach Programme and the Embassy of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Netherlands...
    Students debate politicisation and the nature of justice
    Trebinje, 27 March 2014
    At today’s high school presentation, Outreach representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Almir Alić, met with students from the Jovan Dučić gymnasium in the town of Trebinje, in the country’s far south. After having listened attentively to Almir’s presentation on the work of the Tribunal, the students engaged in a frank discussion on the politicisation of the ICTY’s work and the nature of justice. One student suggested: “The biggest obstacle...
    Outreach presentation challenges students’ perceptions of the Tribunal
    Bileća, 26 March 2014
    Outreach representative Almir Alić travelled today to the town of Bileća, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), to meet with the students from the ‘Golub Kureš’ high school. In 1992, during the war in BiH, Serb paramilitary groups attacked Bileća and, following their takeover of the municipality, non-Serb civilians, including women and children, were placed in detention centres. It is alleged that detainees were regularly beaten and kept...
    Tribunal's Work Displayed at the Museon Exhibition
    The Hague, 21 March 2014
    An exhibition “Give Peace a Chance” (Werken aan Vrede), which explores the processes of peace and justice, sheds light on the conflicts of the past and discusses the challenges ahead for international organisations, opened today at The Hague’s city museum, Museon. The Tribunal's work features prominently at the display...
    An ‘eye-opening’ Outreach presentation
    Goražde, 19 March 2014
    Outreach representative Almir Alić today travelled to the town of Goražde in the south-east of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) to meet with students from the Enver Pozderović high school there. From 1992 to 1995, Goražde was one the enclaves, along with Srebrenica and Žepa, surrounded and besieged by the Bosnian Serb Army, and suffered terrible destruction during that time...
    Outreach documentary premieres in Zagreb
    Zagreb, 19 March 2014
    Some 50 participants today attended a screening in Zagreb of the third Outreach-produced documentary, Through Their Eyes – Witnesses to Justice. The audience in Zagreb's Cineplexx cinema consisted mostly of young people, including high school students, as well as representatives of many Croatian NGOs, the media and the diplomatic community. The event was organised in co-operation with Youth Initiative for Human Rights...
    The witness experience explored at Outreach screening
    Sarajevo, 18 March 2014
    The third of the ICTY Outreach Programme’s documentary features - Through Their Eyes: Witnesses to Justice – was today screened at the Meeting Point cinema in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The screening, which attracted significant media attention, was also attended by members of the victims community, other NGOs,  representatives of academia and Bosnian judicial bodies...
    Latest Outreach documentary receives its Serbian premiere
    Belgrade, 17 March 2014
    The third in a series of documentaries produced by the ICTY’s Outreach Programme, Through Their Eyes – Witnesses to Justice, premiered today in Belgrade, Serbia. The screening took place in Art bioskop, which forms part of the Ethnographic Museum of Serbia. Over 70 diplomats, NGO representatives, journalists and members of the general public attended the screening...
    Helping to break the silence for young people in Brčko
    Brčko, 14 March 2014
    ICTY Outreach representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina Almir Alić today travelled to the town of Brčko to give a presentation on the work of the Tribunal to a group of students from the Economics High School there. Almir gave an overview of the history of the Tribunal and its achievements, and then went on to talk specifically about the cases of Goran Jelisić and Ranko Češić...
    Paving the way to reconciliation through education and tolerance
    Živinice, 13 March 2014
    “This was a much-needed presentation. I’m surprised that it actually took place in my school, and I’m very happy about it.” This was the reaction of a fourth-year student at the Gymnasium in Živinice, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), where ICTY Outreach represenative Almir Alić today gave a presentation on the work of the Tribunal and its contribution to transitional justice...
    Bosnian Students Learn about their Towns’ War-Time Past
    Bijeljina, 12 March 2014
    The ICTY Outreach programme continued its long-standing cooperation with the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Republika Srpska (HCHR RS) by organising a two-hour interactive workshop in Bijeljina, BiH, as a part of the project “Open Your Eyes, This is Your Past”. Almir Alić, ICTY Registry Liaison Officer in BiH, introduced a group of 16 high school students from Zvornik and Srebrenica with the fundamental principles...
    Tribunal’s Outreach Programme launches third round of its Youth Project
    Sarajevo, 6 March 2014
    The Outreach Programme of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia today launched its third round of high school and university presentations in the countries of the former Yugoslavia. The project is part of the ICTY’s continued efforts to reach out to young generations across the region and stimulate their interest in the Tribunal’s mandate and wider issues of transitional justice and post-conflict recovery...
    Post-Conflict Research Centre interns visit Tribunal’s Sarajevo office
    Sarajevo, 5 March 2014
    The ICTY Field Office in Sarajevo today held a one-day workshop for a group of interns from the Post-Conflict Research Centre (PCRC), giving them the opportunity to learn more about the work and achievements of the ICTY. Outreach representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) Almir Alić presented the interns – who came from BiH, Brazil, Italy, Poland, Serbia and the USA – with a wealth of facts and information drawn from the Tribunal’s...
    Dutch communication and media students learn about the ICTY
    The Hague, 20 February 2014
    ICTY Outreach representative Nenad Golčevski today visited Rotterdam’s Erasmus University to give a lecture about the impact of the ICTY and its Outreach Programme on the transitional justice process in the countries of the former Yugoslavia. The lecture was held as part of a seminar on ‘Human Suffering in Media and Arts’...