Serbia: The harassment of Women in Black Belgrade continues

WLUML has received a call for action from friends in Women in Black to demand the immediate end to the continual harassment of Women in Black in Belgrade who have been under investigation in recent months.
Below is an example of a letter from the USA in support of WiB Belgrade. We urge you to use this letter or write your own and send it to the addresses below.
Serbia: A feminist approach to dealing with the past and transitional justice (Staša Zajović)
3/09/2005 Paper prepared for the Women in Black International Network Conference, Jerusalem/Israel, August 12th – 16th 2005. The role and accountability of civil society – transitional justice: aims, processes, dilemmas, obstacles; Specific features of Serbia in dealing with the past and transitional justice; Women in Black and actions against denial of the criminal past; A feminist approach to dealing with the past – why we insist on a feminist approach; Project development; Experiences from fieldwork.
http://www.wluml.org/english/newsfulltxt.shtml?cmd[157]=x-157-337784

Serbia: Violence in Belgrade (Women in Black)
13/07/2005 A personal report back on the vigil of Women in Black in the main square of Belgrade on the anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre. Many attended the vigil of Women in Black in the main square of Belgrade.
http://www.wluml.org/english/newsfulltxt.shtml?cmd[157]=x-157-262454
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Women in Black