Balkan Wars

As the Balkan states were engulfed by war surrounding the dissolution of the Yugoslavian federation in the early 1990s, wars of independence overlapped with ethnic conflicts, taking a terrible toll on civilian injuries and deaths, including the genocide of Bosniaks at Srebrenica in 1995. From the early 2000s, Bosnian and other civilians sought recognition and reparations before national domestic and foreign courts, the UN’s Human Rights Council, and the European Court of Human Rights.

Cases before European domestic courts
Other Reports