Jun 24, 2010.
Network Committee for Human Rights in Serbia CHRIS organized a seminar Open Forum -" Raising awareness about the various forms and cases of discrimination especially for vulnerable social groups, as well as the possibilities of using ADR techniques to solve practical problems " Seminar is part of the project: "Support the implementation of anti-discrimination legislation and Mediation in Serbia", financed by the European Union and implemented by the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy Program of the United Nations Development Programme. The plan is the participation of institutions and organizations that are, by nature of activity, in contact with the victims of discrimination in order to:
It is our intention that this seminar we consider from more perspectives the substantive issues and problems that stand in the way fight against all forms of diskriminacije.During seminar,the participants were closely acquainted with the main provisions of the prohibition of discrimination, applying the principles of equality in the protection against discrimination and implementation of alternative conflict resolution techniques in cases of discrimination.
Also, our intention is that with this seminar representatives of institutions and organizations that are, by nature of activity, in contact with the victims of discrimination to encourage recognition and understanding of the effects of ADR techniques (alternative conflict) can have in these cases.
Seminar "Open Forum - Raising awareness about the various forms and cases of discrimination especially vulnerable social groups, as well as the possibilities of using ADR techniques to solve practical problems" was held on Thursday 24 June 2010. on the premises of Hotel Atlas, starting at 11.45 hours. Lecturers: Goran Miletic and Blazo Nedic.
In this seminar were invited representatives of organizations of persons with disabilities and representatives of persons with disabilities and other discriminated groups, legal experts, judges, prosecutors, lawyers, representatives of local governments, NGOs, journalists and public figures who have studied the problem of discrimination