16.04.2018.

DOCUMENTING THE CRIME, HONOURING THE VICTIMS

To mark the anniversary of the massacre in which the villagers of Ahmići in the Central Bosnia were killed in April 1993, SENSE center and the History Museum of B-H have organized exhibitions featuring the photographs taken at the crime scene by the British military photographer Giles Penfound
11.04.2018.

ŠEŠELJ CONVICTED OF CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY

The Appeals Chamber of the Mechanism for the International Criminal Tribunals reversed the acquittal of Serbian radicals' leader Vojislav Šešelj, entered convictions under three counts of the indictment for persecution on political, racial and religious grounds, and sentenced him to 10 years of imprisonment
04.04.2018.

JUDGE AGIUS REMARKS AT THE OPENING OF EXHIBITION

I feel very privileged to have been invited to open this exceptional exhibition, here at The Hague City Hall. This especially after I was honoured with the same invitation in June last year, when this exhibition was opening in Sarajevo, BiH.
04.04.2018.

EXHIBITION „TARGETING MONUMENTS“ OPENS IN THE HAGUE

The exhibition displaying the destruction of cultural heritage in the former Yugoslavia opens in The City Hall. It is ''an excellent example of how the legacy of the ICTY must and will remain relevant and impactful well beyond the closure of the Tribunal”, said Judge Carmel Agius
27.02.2018.

APPEAL JUDGEMENT IN ŠEŠELJ CASE WILL BE RENDERED ON 11 APRIL 2018

Only two and a half months after hearing the appeal of the Prosecution against the acquittal of Vojislav Šešelj, the MICT Appeals Chamber will deliver the final verdict to the leader of Serbian radicals on 11 April 2018
27.02.2018.

APPEAL HEARING IN THE KARADZIC CASE TO BE HELD END OF APRIL 2018

The Appeals Chamber of the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals sets schedule for the hearing of oral arguments filed by the Prosecution and the Defence against the sentence of 40 years in prison for ex president of RS Radovan Karadzic found guilty for genocide and other crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovina
27.01.2018.

SENSE IN MOSTAR AND AHMIĆI

Within the goodwill mission of Croatian and Serbian human rights activists, who paid respect to the victims of the wars in Mostar and Ahmići, SENSE Transitional Justice Center presented its interactive narrative about the destruction of cultural, historical and religious monuments during the wars in former Yugoslavia.
13.12.2017.

SESELJ’S ACQUITTAL TO BE REVIEWED BY APPEALS CHAMBER

At a hearing before the Appeals Chamber, the prosecution argued that Vojislav Seselj’s acquittal teemed with errors in fact and law; taken cumulatively, the errors invalidated the judgment as a whole
29.11.2017.

DRAMA AS TRIBUNAL DELIVERS ITS LAST VERDICT

As soon as the Appeals Chamber confirmed his first-instance verdict and 20-year prison sentence, Praljak shouted that he was not a war criminal and drank poison. After first aid was administered at the Tribunal, Praljak was taken to hospital. The Appeals Chamber resumed the hearing after two and a half hours. The findings in the trial judgment about the existence of an international armed conflict and a joint criminal enterprise whose goals were shared by President Franjo Tudjman and other Croatian officials. The sentences delivered by the Trial Chamber were confirmed for all the accused
22.11.2017.

LIFE SENTENCE FOR RATKO MLADIC

Former VRS Main Staff commander was found guilty today of the part he had played in four joint criminal enterprises and was sentenced to life in prison. The accused was removed from court while the judgment summary was read out because he loudly complained and cursed the judges. The prosecutor is happy with the sentence Mladic received for the 'most heinous crimes known to humanity', while the defense vows to fight on in the appellate proceedings
14.10.2017.

SENSE DOCUMENTATION CENTER OPENS IN PULA

Opening ceremony for the SENSE documentation center for transitional justice was held in Pula in the presence of Serge Brammertz, the Chief Prosecutor of the ICTY and the war crimes prosecutors from Croatia, B-H and Serbia, representatives of the City of Pula and numerous guests from the region and the world.
14.10.2017.

BOSNIA AND THE DESTRUCTION OF IDENTITY

'The brutality of the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina shocked a generation and was a conflict whose far-reaching impact continues to influence policy-makers today. The enormous devastation was to become a seminal marker in the discourse on cultural heritage and prompted an urgent reassessment of how cultural property could be protected in times of conflict' said Helen Walasek at the Conference 'The Destruction Of Cultural Heritage, Post-War Reconstruction And Trust Building' held in Pula
21.09.2017.

INTERACTIVE NARRATIVE “ICTY: THE KOSOVO CASE” PRESENTED TO THE PUBLIC

The most recent interactive narrative produced by SENSE – Transitional justice center was presented to the public in Prishtina. It explains how the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia investigated, reconstructed and prosecuted the crimes committed in Kosovo in 1998 and 1999
05.07.2017.

CROATIA'S REQUEST TO TAKE PART IN PRLIC ET AL . CASE REJECTED AGAIN

The Tribunal's Appeals Chamber have rejected Croatia's request for a review of the decision not to grant the state the role of an amicus curiae in the case against former Herceg Bosna leaders. Its second request, to 'rehabilitate' Tuđman, Šušak, and Bobetko, has not been considered at all as Croatia is not a party in the Prlic et al. case
29.06.2017.

WHY DID BELGRADE SUPPORT KRAJINA SERBS DESPITE DISAGREEMENTS?

The defense of the former Serbian State Security Service is trying to prove that Belgrade supported the Republic of Serbia Krajina for reasons that had nothing to do with the goals of the joint criminal enterprise which was headed by Milosevic and which included the accused Stanisic and Simatovic