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The Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia, founded in September 1994, is an association of citizens, a non-governmental, non-profit organization which helps and contributes in the realization of the goals of the International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights within the territory of Serbia.
The main goals and objectives of the Committee are :
systematic monitoring and studying the states of human rights in the territory of the FRY
focusing on human rights violations and taking protection measures
making proposals for amelioration of the state of human rights ; preparation of proposals for new laws, changes and amendments to the old ; insisting in application of the duties the FRY adopted by international documents, its Constitution and laws
continuing cooperation with related professional and non-governmental organizations
offering professional help to citizens whose rights have been violated or endangered
educating professionals and citizens on fulfillment and protection of human rights
publishing regular and irregular reports and publications concerning human rights, developments and protection.
Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia Zmaj Jovina 7/I YU-11000 Belgrade Yugoslavia
Tel : +381-11-637-542 +381-11-637-492 +381-11-637-914 +381-11-637-116 Fax : +381-11-636-429 e-mail : biserkos@EUnet.yu