Activities

HOW TO APPROACH EU FONDS

29 November 2022

Mirjana Galo voditeljica udruge Homo s učesnicima seminara o EU fondovima

As part of its cooperation with human rights organizations in Istria and the region of former Yugosalvia, SENSE Center hosted a workshop organized by Pula-based association HOMO within the project called "Between Gender and Homeland".

30th ANNIVERSARY OF SARAJEVO CITY HALL SHELLING

24 August 2022

Sarajevo City Hall - Targeting History and Memory

The shelling of the National Library on 25. August 1992 set the building ablaze and destroy millions of books, prompting widespread outrage and condemnation by the international public.

THE ICTY's STORY FROM DIFFERENT ANGLES

29 May 2022

Judge Carmel Agius opening remarks at the launch of the ICTY Oral History Project

Judge Carmel Agius opening remarks at the launch of the ICTY Oral History Project. 

 

 

HOW TO TEACH THE YOUNG ABOUT WAR AND WAR CRIMES

3 May 2022

Workshop on teaching young people about wars and war crimes

A workshop for history teachers on the use of the ICTY archives and methods of teaching about topics related to war and human rights violations was held at the SENSE Transitional Justice Center in Pula.

Sarajevo ’92-'95: Terror in 12 Pictures

4 April 2022

Sarajevo 1992-1995: Terror in 12 pictures

SENSE Transitional Justice Center presents a new interactive narrative called "Sarajevo '92 -' 95: Terror in 12 Pictures" to mark the 30th anniversary of the start of the siege of Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia-Herzegovina.

ORAL HISTORY OF THE ICTY - AS DOCUMENTED BY SENSE

29 January 2022

ICTY Oral History

The SENSE Center for Transitional Justice is launching a project of publishing interviews with the key actors in the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) it has produced over the past 20 years. For the first time these video interviews will be published all in one place, in their entirety and complemented with interactive transcripts.

SENSE HOSTED A WORKSHOP ON THE USE OF ICTY ARCHIVES

23 January 2022

WORKSHOP ON THE USE OF ICTY ARCHIVES

SENSE Transitional Justice Center hosted a workshop for history teachers on the use of the archives of the ICTY and  Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals, bringing together twenty educators from Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro and Northern Macedonia

COURTS CREATE RECORDS, HISTORIANS WRITE HISTORY

19 December 2021

History teachers from Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Northern Macedonia and Montenegro at the third webinar in the series Disarmament of History organized by SENSE Center and HUNP.

The proceeding before the ICTY led to the creation of records about the 1990s conflicts in the former Yugoslavia and they are useful sources of facts for historians in their writing of history, said Mire Mladenovski, history teacher from North Macedonia

WAS DUBROVNIK SHELLED AT ALL?

8 December 2021

Ante Marković testifying/ Shelling of Dubrovnik, author Pavo Urban

Testifying at the trial of Slobodan Milosevic before the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in 2003, the last SFRY prime minister Ante Marković recalled the conversation he initiated about the shelling of Dubrovnik, on the

DUBROVNIK 1991: TARGETING MONUMENTS - DAY 4

7 December 2021

Aerial photograph of Dubrovnik with marked damages - evidence of the ICTY Prosecution

On the fourth day of the online campaign Dubrovnik 1991 - Targeting Monuments, SENSE Center for Transitional Justice is presenting an online exhibition, titled The Day After, and two videos about the judgments delivered by the International Criminal Tri

PAVO URBAN - SHELLING OF DUBROVNIK

6 December 2021

STONE DUST ABOVE THE CITY - PAVO URBAN 6.12.1991.

On this day 30 years ago, December 6, 1991, photographer Pavo Urban was killed while working as a war reporter for Slobodna Dalmacija and Dubrovački vjesnik. He was 23 years old.

TARGETING MONUMENTS CAMPAIGN DAY TWO

5 December 2021

Foto Pavo Urban

The shelling of the Old City of Dubrovnik on 6th December 1991 was qualified in International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY)  indictments and judgments as the “destruction or deliberate damaging of institutions dedicated to religion, charity and education, ar