I have the right and obligation to go to school

Marko, 10 years old

Happy is the Child with the family who love, advice and support them.

Marina, 15 year old

I have the right to live and play, and it must be heard by everyone.

Jelena, 9 years old

True family should, from the our earliest period, teach us how to love and respect.

Jovana, 16 year old

I have the right to be protected and no one can abuse me.

Milan, 6 years old

At the invitation of the Commissioner for the protection of equality of Serbia, Dr Nevena Petrušić, the Ombudsman for Children Nada Grahovac and Deputy Ombudsman Zlatoljub Mišić attended in Belgrade on May 11. the Regional round table which was devoted to the implementation of the rules on burden of proof in discriminatory issues.

Representatives of institutions of Serbia, Croatia, Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro spoke about the experiences in their work.
Non-discrimination is not only the most important element of all human rights and the general condition for their exercise, but also a human right in itself.

Discrimination is a very complex term, which often leads to misunderstanding and lack of understanding of the problem in terms of content.

Participants have agreed that in protection against discrimination the main challenges in practice are reporting and proving discrimination, and that the role of independent institutions is very important, not only in dealing with individual cases, but also in education and preventive action.