Warnings

WARNING ON BOSKO OBRADOVIC PERFORMANCE ABOUT MIGRANTS

Commissioner for Protection of Equality, Brankica Jankovic, warns that with the performance of mixing liquids of different colors, the leader of Dveri, Bosko Obradovic, encourages fear and the creation of a hostile environment towards migrants and people of different skin color and ethnic origin. The Constitution of the Republic of Serbia prescribes the right to…

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WARNING ON INSULTING UNDERAGE DAUGHTER OF THE PRESIDENT OF SERBIA

Commissioner for Protection of Equality, Brankica Jankovic, strongly condemns the comment on the social network Twitter, in which the underage daughter of the President of Serbia was insulted in an inadmissible and shameful way. The public space is flooded with insulting statements and discriminatory attitudes, and it is becoming more and more prominent on social…

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WARNING BECAUSE THE STATEMENTS OF MINISTER LONCAR

Commissioner for Protection of Equality Brankica Jankovic condemns as discriminatory and insulting the statement of Health Minister Zlatibor Loncar that he “pursues a policy of not having Montenegrins in his portfolio” and that in Serbia “we have those Montenegrins in many leading positions who do not know how to speak Serbian”. Jankovic points out that…

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WARNING BECAUSE OF ANTI-SEMITIC AND NATIONALISTIC GRAFFITI IN VOJVODINA

Commissioner for Protection of Equality Brankica Jankovic strongly condemns the writing of anti-Semitic and neo-Nazi graffiti in Novi Sad, as well as the breaking of windows and the drawings on the facade of the Croatian Home in Novi Slankamen. She reminds that such inadmissible behavior is prohibited by law and does not reflect the general…

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WARNING DUE TO INNAPROPRIATE MEDIA REPORTING

Cover pages of today’s editions of Srpski Telegraf and Informer, as well as the article on portal alo.rs, which broadcast the statements of the arrested kidnapper of a twelve-year-old girl, cross all boundaries of professional ethics and violate the rights of the child, which can have long-term harmful consequences, especially in smaller areas where the…

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IMPERMISSABLE ATTACK ON A PERSON BECAUSE OF ITS SUPPOSED LGBT ORIENTATION

Commissioner for Protection of Equality Brankica Jankovic strongly condemns the attack on a man, who was beaten in pizza restaurant in the center of Belgrade just because he was carrying a purple bag, which made attackers think that he was a LGBT person. She expects that authorities will find, arrest and sanction the perpetrators. Any…

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WARNING BECAUSE OF INSULTING OF RTS JOURNALIST

Commissioner for Protection of Equality Brankica Jankovic strongly condemns very insulting comment posted by Sergej Trifunovic at the expense of RTS journalist Olivera Jovicevic and warns that frequent sexist remarks, insults and belittling of women reveal that some individuals have no sense of responsibility for publicly expressed words. Discrimination on any grounds is prohibited by…

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Warning because of insulting Principal Popovic and Professor Sinani

Commissioner for Protection of Equality Brankica Jankovic condemns insulting remarks which journalist Milomir Maric publicly expressed about Professor the Faculty of Philosophy Danijel Sinani and Principal of University of Belgrade Ivanka Popovic. It is impermissible and prohibited by law to express discriminatory attitudes, insults and belittling on grounds of nationality, ethnic origin, ancestry or any…

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WARNING BECAUSE OF SWASTIKAS PAINTED ON HOUSES IN LESKOVAC

Commissioner for Protection of Equality Brankica Jankovic strongly condemns swastika drawings that appeared on several houses in Leskovac, including the wall of Safe House. Drawing swastikas in a country that suffered greatly during the combat against fascism directly insults all citizens, revealing the ignorance about basic history and misunderstanding of ideology represented by this symbol….

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Warning because of peer violence in Barajevo

Recordings of brutal slapping and insulting of 15 year old girl from Barajevo, who was beaten and humiliated by her school peers, are being published in media for three days in a row, showing that peer violence is one of the greatest problems in our society, warns Commissioner for Protection of Equality Brankica Jankovic. In…

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