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Sense Tribunal

About us

SENSE – TRIBUNAL is a specialized project of SENSE News Agency based in The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in The Hague. The focus of this project is regular, balanced and comprehensive coverage of the work of the ICTY, and the activities of ICJ (International Court of Justice) and ICC (International Criminal Court).

Since 1998 SENSE is continuously producing daily news reports and a weekly television program entitled The Tribunal for TV networks in Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia & Montenegro and FYROM.

In addition to daily reports and weekly TV programs SENSE has so far produced seven documentary films: Triumph of Evil (2001), about the Srebrenica genocide trial, Against All Odds (2003), chronicalling the first ten years of the ICTY, three documentaries detailing the case against Dr. Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic - The Fugitives (2004), Life and Deeds of Radovan Karadzic (2005) and Rise and Fall of General Mladic (2005), Beyond Reasonable Doubt (2005), an examination of the Srebrenica massacre 10 years later, and Sarajevo Roses – Terror in 12 Pictures (2012) about the way the 44-month siege in Bosnia-Herzegovina’s capital has been depicted and reconstructed in trials before the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.

Since it’s inception, SENSE TRIBUNAL project has been supported by the European Commission, Governments of The Netherlands, Luxembourg, Switzerland and Germany, and the Open Society Foundation.



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