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Articles relating to human rights issues affecting Croatians and Croatia.
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» Croatian generals are not guilty
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 04/16/2011 | Human Rights , Science , History | Unrated
The monograph [PDF], published in English by the Croatian Cultural Council, contains contributed articles by Milan Vuković, Josip Jurčević, Robin Harris, Mile Bogović, Miroslav Tuđman, Hrvoje Kačić (on the photo), Josip Pečarić etc. From the introducton by Hrvoje Hitrec: "In August, 1995, the Croatian Army liberated large sections of its territory, which had been occupied by the Serbs for many years. This operation is known as Operati
» Jack Baric Croatian American filmaker: UN Should Be Trailed!
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 04/16/2011 | Human Rights , Politics , History , Education | Unrated
Jack Baric: "...I wonder who is going to open a court to judge the UN, because in my estimation they were complicit during the war [in Croatia and Bosnia-Hercegovina] in the sense of their inactivity in stopping it..." His film Searching for a Storm deals with Croatian general Ante Gotovina.
» The Hague Tribunal does not meet the obligations for which it was established
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 03/29/2011 | Bilingual , Human Rights , Politics , History , Education | Unrated
Dr. Hrvoje Kačić, writing about omissions of the Hague tribunal and the problem of “artillery logs”: ...there is no word of Vukovar, Vinkovci, Osijek, Sisak, Gospić and Dubrovnik (in particular the village of Osojnik), resulting in thousands of victims. The Hague tribunal was silent,... This farce has been going on too long, and the consequences can be worrying and painful.
» Dr. Slobodan Lang: Goodness has a right to be recognized as a part of truth
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 03/24/2011 | Croatian spirituality , Croatian Heroes , Human Rights , Politics , People , Environment , Education | Unrated
Dr. Slobodan Lang, distinguished Croatian humanist and scientist, learned from Gandhi to treat concrete people with their faith and culture as basic partners in facing and solving problems. He also developed the concept of Postholocaust, meanning that we have to use it as a way to prevent future genocides, concentration camps, hate, as well as promote the universal responsibility of righteous among nations and right to a home.
» Dr. Esther Gitman: Croatians saved thousands of Jews
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 02/27/2011 | Human Rights , Croatians in B&H , Science , History , Education | Unrated
Dr. Esther Gitman, American historian living in New York, wrote an important monograph entitled When Courage Prevailed. It is a scholarly study dealing with the history of  saving the Jews in Croatia during the WW2. She published original petitions signed by hundreds of ordinary Croatians in order to save their Jewish friends. According to dr. Gitman, no other European nation can show such documents.
» Dr. Kathleen V. Wilkes 1946-2003 devoted her life to the victory of Croatia
Dr. Kathleen Vaughan Wilkes was a distinguished British humanist, professor of philosophy at the University of Oxford, and also taught at the Inter-University Centre in Dubrovnik, Croatia. During the Serbian siege of the City in 1991 and 1992, she was spreading the truth about its merciless destruction. Dr. Wilkes wrote on Dec 26, 1991: "Dubrovnik... there is still no water or electricity, scant food, no glass in the windows, temperature
» Dr. Hrvoje Kacic's book Serving My Country translated into several languages
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 02/3/2011 | Human Rights , Science , Politics , People , History , Education | Unrated
Prof. dr. Hrvoje Kačić is a distinguished Croatian specialist in maritime law.  Since 1990 he was an independent M.P. of the Croatian Parliament, elected chairman of the Committee for Foreign Affairs during the first mandate. From 1994 to 2001 he was president of the State Commission for Borders of the Republic of Croatia. His book Serving My Country has been published in Croatian, English (three printings), Spanish and German. It will soon
» Dr. Slobodan Lang and his concept of the Challenge of Goodness
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 01/29/2011 | Croatian Heroes , Human Rights , Croatians in B&H , Science , Politics , People , Education | Unrated
Dr. Slobodan Lang, professor of medical ethics at the University of Zagreb and at Harvard, is best known for his tireless work on humanitarian issues, without precedent in contemporary history. He initiated the concept of „Challenge of Goodness“ and proposed and presented prevention of hate and genocide, protection of hospitals, prisoners of war and refugees, as well as responsibility for goodness by human beings during conflict
» Mime Cuvalo's FireFTP downloaded almost 18 million times by the end of 2010!
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 12/12/2010 | Human Rights , Education , Charity | Unrated
Mime Čuvalo's FireFPT was downloaded 17,845,269 times by the end of 2010! To see the trend, the number of downloads until September 2004 was 4.5 million. Just in the course of the last month and a half the number of downolads was more than half a million. Half of all proceeds go towards helping various orphanages in Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina and in Vukovar, Croatia.


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