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 launches new cycle of workshops for history educators in Croatia

The Hague, 22 January 2022

MIP launches new cycle of workshops for history educators in Croatia

On 22 January, the Mechanism’s Information Programme for Affected Communities (MIP) held a training on the use of ICTY and Mechanism archives for 20 history teachers from Croatia.

 

MIP holds follow-up workshop for history teachers from Montenegro

The Hague, 4 December 2021

MIP holds follow-up workshop for history teachers from Montenegro

The Mechanism’s Information Programme for Affected Communities (MIP) today held an online workshop on the use of ICTY and Mechanism archives for more than 25 history teachers from Montenegro.

 

Lecture on Dubrovnik crimes held for young people from Montenegro

The Hague, 16 November 2021

Lecture on Dubrovnik crimes held for young people from Montenegro

On 16 November, the Mechanism Information Programme for Affected Communities (MIP) held an online lecture for 20 young political leaders, civil society activists and journalists from Montenegro on…

 

History teachers from Croatia participate in further MIP training

The Hague, 6 November 2021

History teachers from Croatia participate in further MIP training

On 6 November, the Mechanism’s Information Programme for Affected Communities (MIP) held an online workshop on the use of the ICTY and Mechanism archives for more than 20 history teachers from Croatia.…

 

President Agius launches third cycle of Mechanism’s Inter-University Video Lecture Programme

The Hague, 28 October 2021

President Agius launches third cycle of Mechanism’s Inter-University Video Lecture Programme
Judge Carmel Agius, President of the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (Mechanism), today launched the third cycle of the Mechanism’s Inter-University Video Lecture Programme (Programme) with a lecture on the creation and…