Centre for Peace Studies condemns the Croatian government's talk of implementing compulsory military service for all male citizens in Croatia.
Croatia needs a law that protects people who choose to speak out against any illegality in the public or private sector, announced the participants of the panel "Protect the Whistleblowers!"
Over 400 NGOs call on the government to respect the already established model of support for civil society development, institutions and democratic procedures.
In office 100 days now, the new Croatian government is systematically working on only one goal: turning Croatia into an illiberal democracy without the space for critical thinking, freedom of the press, respect for human rights and diversity.
Women across Europe are discriminated against on a daily basis, for reasons from simply being a woman to having a disability or lacking a job.
The mass sex assaults on New Year's Eve in Cologne should be denounced, but it is also necessary to oppose generalizations of sexual attackers as exclusively young men from North Africa or the Arab area.
Local residents launched a "sabotage mission" in the border area to remove part of the wire fence that the government set up to stop refugees.
Discriminatory speech from candidates, officials and the news media was a daily occurrence during Croatia's recent campaign up to the parliamentary elections.
For the first time in EU history, European defense ministers unanimously decided to activate the "mutual defense clause" of the EU treaty.
Activists are arrested and questioned for spray-painting the message "Open the borders for all" on a rooftop in Zagreb, a city where graffiti featuring Nazi symbols and hate speech abounds.