Warnings

PUBLIC NOTICE

It is inadmissible for anyone to take justice into their own hands, and it is especially worrying when children and young people resort to violence, said Commissioner for the Protection of Equality, Brankica, Janković regarding the information that a group of Bosniak high school students in Prijepolje physically attacked another student, against whom proceedings are…

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Condemnation of hate speech in Priboj

Commissioner for the Protection of Equality, Brankica Jankovic, strongly condemns the behavior of a group of young men from Priboj who celebrated Bozic with songs propagating hate speech against members of the Muslim faith community. The commissioner assessed that it was good that the MUP reacted quickly and pointed out that it is important to…

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Commissioner condemned the attack on the Pride Info Center

The demolition of the window of the Pride Info Center in Belgrade is not only reprehensible, but it is difficult to understand the continuous destruction of the premises of this center, said the Commissioner for the Protection of Equality Brankica Jankovic. There are security camera recordings, so an efficient and quick reaction of the authorities…

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PUBLIC NOTICE

The Commissioner for the Protection of Equality strongly condemns the events of the past few days of the election campaign, such as the promotion of the video and statements with elements of hate speech towards the LGBTI community and political dissenters, the attacks on activists in the door-to-door campaign, on the stands of the Serbian…

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Warning regarding the publication of a photo in a Nazi uniform

Commissioner Brankica Janković strongly condemns the publication of a photo of Olivera Zekić in a Nazi uniform, which she posted on the Telegram platform, and warns that no joke or provocation can be a justification for any promotion of one of the most dangerous ideologies in history. Commissioner Janković reminded that the Law on Prohibiting…

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Warning regarding neo-Nazi graffiti in Novi Sad

Commissioner for the Protection of Equality Brankica Janković strongly condemns the writing of neo-Nazi graffiti in Novi Sad. Such individual acts of intolerance are inadmissible, and every appearance of one of the most dangerous ideologies must be met with clear condemnation by the entire public. We must teach and remind children and young people about…

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The Commissioner condemned the breaking of the lettering in Hungarian

The breaking of the lettering of Subotica in the Hungarian language, in the colors of the Hungarian flag, is absolutely reprehensible, states the Commissioner for the Protection of Equality, Brankica Janković, pointing out that the Constitution and the laws guarantee members of national minorities the right to official use of their language and script. The…

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Reaction to the cartoon in the NIN weekly

The cartoon published in the new issue of NIN in which a comparison is made with Adolf Hitler is inappropriate and disturbing, even from the point of view of the right to freedom of artistic expression, especially bearing in mind that it is a comparison with someone who is a symbol of the greatest suffering…

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Warning to the public

On the occasion of the discriminatory post on the social network addressed to MP Marinika Tepić, in which she is invited to declare her nationality, Commissioner for the Protection of Equality Brankica Janković reminds that the Constitution of the RS stipulates that Serbia is the state of the Serbian people and all citizens who live…

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The Commissioner condemned the statement of the mayor of Belgrade

The statement of the mayor of Belgrade, Aleksandar Šapić, related to solving the problem of Roma living in unhygienic informal settlements in Belgrade is reprehensible, inappropriate, and deeply worrying because it reveals a fundamental misunderstanding of all life obstacles faced by Roma, said the Commissioner for the Protection of Equality, Brankica Janković. She says such…

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