The Mechanism Information Programme for Affected Communities

The Mechanism Information Programme for Affected Communities (MIP) works to improve knowledge and understanding of the citizens and communities in the countries of the former Yugoslavia, about facts established by the ICTY and the Mechanism regarding the crimes committed in the 1990s conflicts. In this way, the MIP aims to contribute to the processes of transitional justice and strengthening of the rule of law in the Western Balkans region.

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MIP hosts online workshops for University of Sarajevo law students and alumni

The Hague, 21 May 2024

MIP hosts online workshops for University of Sarajevo law students and alumni

Today, the Mechanism Information Programme for Affected Communities (MIP) organised an online workshop for students and faculty members of the Law Faculty of the University of Sarajevo, as well as alumni…

 

MIP participates in the School on Transitional Justice in Sarajevo

Sarajevo, 17 April 2024

A collage of photos depicting participants following a lecture and visiting an exhibition

The Mechanism Information Programme for Affected Communities (MIP), represented by Coordinator Ms. Rada Pejić-Sremac and Researcher Mr. Nemanja Stjepanović gave lectures at the Third School on…

 

MIP organises a panel discussion on crimes in Ahmići

Ahmići, 14 April 2024

MIP organises a panel discussion on crimes in Ahmići

Today, the Mechanism Information Programme for Affected Communities (MIP) organised a panel discussion titled "Established Facts vs. Glorification of Crimes" in Ahmići, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). The…

 

MIP hosts one-week study visit for historians of the ‘90s Museum from Serbia

The Hague, 12 April 2024

MIP hosts one-week study visit for historians of the ‘90s Museum from Serbia

The Mechanism Information Programme for Affected Communities (MIP) welcomed two historians, Ms. Sanja Radović from Serbia and Mr. Filip Kuzman from Montenegro, representing the…