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IN IUSTITIA and ROMEA filed a complaint against TV NOVA

ROMEA and In IUSTITIA lodged a complaint with the Council for Radio and Television Broadcasting in reaction to a news report of TV NOVA.

Date: 03.04.2014
Source: In IUSTITIA

In IUSTITIA on the Czech television

Klára Kalibová, the director of In IUSTITIA, and Šárka Kadlecová, educational programmes co-ordinator, appeared on Czech television’s show Sama doma on Wednesday 26th February 2014.

Date: 27.02.2014
Source: In IUSTITIA

Online conference for teachers on 19.2.2014 at 20:00

In IUSTITIA prepared a web conference in collaboration with RVP.cz

Date: 13.02.2014
Source: In IUSTITIA

In IUSTITIA applies for a social innovation prize

The SozialMarie 2014 Prize for contribution to society will be awarded soon. Vote for In IUSTITIA!

Date: 31.01.2014
Source: In IUSTITIA

Legal proceedings for assault against Roma in Teplice started

Man who assaulted a group of Roma in Teplice in May 2013 appeared before the Regional Court in Ústí nad Labem.

Date: 20.01.2014
Source: In IUSTITIA

No job, no justice

Unfortunately, in our practice as counselors, we have encountered a baffling phenomenon that occurs in some proceedings for compensation for damages caused by an attack motivated by hate.

Date: 02.12.2013
Source: Justýna’s blog

How (not) to assess non-material damage

In November a court in Pilsner awarded compensation to only two out of six assaulted Roma - victims of a brutal attack of two supporters of right-wing extremism in July 2012. They were awarded only a fragment of the requested amount.

Date: 28.11.2013
Source: Justýna’s blog

In IUSTITIA organizes a course for homeless women at risk

Homeless women encounter violence in different forms and shapes. Course organized by In IUSTITA, Jako doma and Rozkoš bez rizika will help them deal with their complicated social situation.

Date: 27.11.2013
Source: In IUSTITIA

We participate in Teams for victims

Since this September, staff of Justýna counselling centre participates in multidisciplinary teams for crime victims in eight regions of Czech Republic.

Date: 13.11.2013
Source: In IUSTITIA / Kateřina Baňacká

Who will help in cases of sexual violence?

In the last four years on average two women a day become victims of rape in Czech Republic. Only 3 to 8 percent of victims contact the authorities. Men or women often feel too ashamed to report the rape and they often don’t even know who to ask for help

Date: 06.09.2013
Source: In IUSTITIA

In IUS first organization accredited for helping crime victims

In IUSTITIA is the very first organization in Czech Republic accredited pursuant to the new Victims of Crime Act to provide legal information. We provide legal information for hate crime victims.

Date: 05.09.2013
Source: In IUSTITIA

“No-one should be attacked for who they love”

This year, In IUSTITIA will again actively participate in Prague Pride through establishing a helpline for the victims of violence motivated by homophobia or transphobia, organizing a public debate and building an information stall.

Date: 12.08.2013
Source: In IUSTITIA

We received the ERSTE Foundation Award

In IUSTITIA received the ERSTE Foundation award for its contribution to social integration. The award was presented on 27.6. in Vienna.

Date: 28.06.2013
Source: In IUSTITIA

Journalism and minority topics

Klára Kalibová will give a lecture on how to sensitively report on crime victims within the course “Journalism and minority topics” held at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the Charles University in Prague.

Date: 14.04.2013
Source: In IUSTITIA

International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

March 21 - International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

Date: 19.03.2013
Source: In IUSTITIA

ACCREDITATION OF MŠMT ČR

The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports accredited In IUSTITIA, o.s. to implement educational programmes.

Date: 10.01.2013
Source: In IUSTITIA

Me and them are us II

In IUSTITIA created a teaching material to support multicultural education in schools

Date: 07.01.2013
Source: In IUSTITIA

We implemented a training for the Police

Succesful prevention of hate violence and help to its victims presumes the engagement of the police as an important participant of this process.

Date: 29.11.2012
Source: In IUSTITIA

Donation event Stop hate.HELP!

9. 12. 2012
7 pm
Rock Café, Národní třída 20, Prague 1

Date: 05.11.2012
Source: In IUSTITIA

Africans in the Czech Republic

Africans in the Czech Republic. Can they feel safe here?
October, 10, 2012 v 8 p.m.
Rybanaruby
Mánesova 87, Prague 2

Date: 08.10.2012
Source: In IUSTITIA

HELP LINE FOR CASES OF HOMOPHOBIA DURING PRAGUE PRIDE!

Have you encountered homophobia during Prague Pride? Do you need help? Call us! +420 777 187 881 (we speak English)

Date: 17.08.2012
Source: In IUSTITIA

Compensation awarded to a client of In IUSTITIA

The first criminal court decision awarding compensation to a hate crime victim for non-material damages has now taken effect in the Czech Republic.

Date: 27.07.2012
Source: In IUSTITIA

Commemorating the International Day against Homophobia

As May 17th marks the annual International Day Against Homophobia, In IUSTITIA would like to highlight the ongoing fight against homophobia here in the Czech Republic and internationally.

Date: 17.05.2012
Source: In IUSTITIA

EVENT: Will the EURO Cup 2012 be safe?

May 28, 2012,
7.30 pm
Café v Lese, Krymská 12, Praha 10

In IUSTITIA would like to invite you to join us for the event, “Will the EURO Cup 2012 Be Safe?” Monday May 28th at Cafe V Lese.

Date: 17.05.2012
Source: In IUSTITIA

Report on March 20 event in Prague

Along with other groups across the world, In IUSTITIA celebrated the United Nations’
Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, March 21st through raising awareness about the ongoing issue of racism within the Czech Republic.

Date: 03.04.2012
Source: In IUSTITIA

OPEN YOUR MIND - SPEAK OUT AGAINST RACISM

European-wide Action Week Against Racism - 17-25 March 2012

Racism must not be tolerated nor ignored - Lets confront it UNITED!

Date: 20.03.2012
Source: ENAR

Letter from our volunteer

Do you want to know how it is to volunteer for our organization? Read this letter from Grzegorz.

Date: 27.02.2012
Source:

Press Release: Effective help for victims of hate crimes

As we honor the European Day for Victims, we would like to bring particular attention to the victims of hate crimes.

Date: 24.02.2012
Source: In IUSTITIA

WE SEEK HELP WITH TRANSLATIONS

Do you speak French, Russian, Vietnamese, Mongolian or Arabic?
Would you help us to translate two-page questionaire?

Date: 09.11.2011
Source: In IUSTITIA

Overwhelmed by Anti-Gypsyism

There is a new word sneaking into the terminology of Czech public administration, government, media - ANTI-GYPSYISM.

Date: 24.10.2011
Source: In IUSTITIA

Problem Rooted Deep Within People

The Qatari television station Al Jazeera had broadcast a very interesting studio debate on the topic of Roma minority in the Czech Republic.

Date: 21.10.2011
Source: In IUSTITIA/Grzegorz Fraś

Legal advice to victims of homophobia during Prague Pride 2011

Organization In IUSTITIA extends its legal counseling service during Prague Pride

Date: 18.08.2011
Source: In IUSTITIA

In IUSTITIA at the public hearing in the Senate of the CR

In IUSTITIA was present at the public hearing in the Senate of the Czech Republic called "We demand single measurement - punishment and legislation".

Date: 14.07.2011
Source: In IUSTITIA

"Together against hate violence"

On Thursday June 23rd In IUSTITIA organized a meeting called "Together against hate violence".

Date: 07.07.2011
Source:

Report on Extremism Published, NGOs Accept It with Hesitation

Yesterday, the Czech government acknowledged the ‘Report on Fighting Extremism in the Territory of the Czech Republic for the Year 2010’, and published an update to the ‘Conception of Fighting Extremism’.

Date: 19.05.2011
Source: In IUSTITIA

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