On behalf of the Centre for Peace Studies and the Welcome Initiative, we would like to express our concerns regarding German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s praise of Croatia three days ago at the press conference in Berlin, after her meeting with Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković, which was also highlighted on the German government website. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Germany made an agreement with Greece to return refugees who applied for international protection in Greece and later came to Germany through the Austrian border. According to the media reports, not a lot of people will get affected by this agreement, but the similar agreement was made with Spain and is expected with Italy. To recall, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
After the court hearing that took place on the 18 of May, the majority of the Madina’s family will remain in the detention center in Tovarnik, since the court decision didn’t annul the decision of the Ministry of the Internal Affairs on their detention. The Administrative Court in Osijek decided that only one out of four […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
“SOKAK – the project on Diversity and Curiosity” realized by Center for Cultural Decontamination Belgrade, is dedicated to the integration of migrant and local communities through culture and art activities, giving them the opportunity to express themselves, to give voice of creativity and the right to speak in the environment marked as the “migrant crisis”. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Regarding the new fence set up on the Slovenian side of the border, Ministry of the Interior gave us the information that the level of readiness is increased (especially on the „green“ border). The number of illegal crossings is lower as well. Croatian government reacted to Slovenian border with statements that Croatia will not follow […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Croatia should be receiving the first Syrian refugees allocated to it in June, thirty of whom will be resettled from Turkey and ten refugees each to be relocated from Greece and Italy as part of the EU scheme for relocation and resettlement, Croatian Interior Minister Vlaho Orepic said in Luxembourg on Thursday. “The government has defined […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Since in the past few months many people donated a lot of books, Booksa decided to organise a charity event titled “Take a Book, Leave a Donation and Help Refugees.” Their basement is packed with different types of books from various domains such as medicine to law, novels on Croatian, English and German, science books, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
In this ongoing refugee and humanitarian crisis in Croatia and Europe, we are all wondering how do children and youth perceive all this and follow everything that has been going on around them? Children and youth are probably not watching TV as much as adults, but they sure do follow everything that has been going […]Continue Reading... No Comments.