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Publishing Year: 
2017
Language: 
SERBIAN
Country: 
Serbia

Discriminatory incidents and crimes motivated by homophobia and transphobia in the Republic of Serbia in the period from January to November of 2017

Original Title: 
Diskriminatorni incidenti i zločini motivisani homofobijom i transfobijom u Republici Srbiji u periodu od januara do novembra 2017
Resource Type: 
Analysis
Report

Serbian (for English see below):

Da se zna! predstavlja izveštaj o zločinu iz mržnje: "Podaci, a ne zvona i praporci - diskriminatorni incidenti i zločini motivisani homofobijom i transfobijom u Republici Srbiji u periodu od januara do novembra 2017“.

Ovaj izveštaj rezultat je rada udruženja „Da se zna!“ na monitoringu i dokumentovanju zločina iz mržnje i nastao je pre svega iz potrebe za vidljivošću baze koja svedoči o stepenu nasilja nad LGBTTIQA osobama koji je ujedno i najprecizniji indikator položaja ove zajednice u jednoj državi.

Da se zna! tim je u periodu od januara do novembra 2017. godine zabeležio 27 diskriminatornih incidenata i zločina iz mržnje prema LGBTTIQA osobama, odnosno 20 zločina iz mržnje, 2 diskriminatorna incidenta i 5 slučaja govora iz mržnje.

Podsećamo, izmenama Krivičnog zakonika iz 2012. godine uveden je član 54a kojim se sudovi obavezuju na strožije kazne za izvršioce krivičnih dela kada je razlog za njihovo izvršenje motivisan mržnjom na osnovu rase, veroispovesti, nacionalne i etničke pripadnosti, pola, seksualne orijentacije i rodnog identiteta.

Do danas nije donesena nijedna presuda koja je uzela u obzir ovaj član.

English: 

“Da se zna!“ has published a report on hate crime named "Bring out the data, not empty drums and trumpets - Discriminatory incidents and crimes motivated by homophobia and transphobia in the Republic of Serbia in the period from January to November of 2017.“

This report is the result of the work of "Da se zna!" on the monitoring and mapping hate crimes and is created primarily due to the need for visibility of the database testifying the extent of violence against LGBTTIQA people, which serves as the most precise indicator of the position of this community in one country.

In the period from January to November 2017, our team has recorded 27 discriminatory incidents and hate crimes against LGBTTIQA persons, more precisely - 20 hate crimes, 2 discriminatory incidents and 5 hate speech cases.

„Da se zna!“ recalls that in the 2012 amendments to the Criminal Code, Article 54a was introduced in which courts are obliged to more severe penalties for perpetrators of criminal acts when the reason for their execution was motivated by hatred based on race, religion, national and ethnic affiliation, gender, sexual orientation and gender identity.

To this date, no verdict has been reached that took into account this article. 

 


 

Disclaimer: 

This report has been produced with the financial assistance of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The content of this report is the sole responsibility of the authors and can under no circumstances be regarded as reflecting the position of either the USAID, the United States Government, or other agencies mentioned in this report.

The views expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent those of the United Nations, including UNDP, or the UN Member States.


 

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