Toni Gabrić | 11 June 2021

What is the attitude of Croatia and the European Union towards migrants and refugees trapped at the external borders of the EU? Massimo Moratti, deputy director of Amnesty International’s office for Europe, explains in detail

Croatia and Bosnia: the Smaragdni Eco Film Festival

It takes place entirely by bike. Its organizers cycle for over 700 kilometers, in Bosnia and Croatia, along the banks of the Una river. The Smaragdni Eco Film Festival brings documentaries and animated films to libraries, cultural centres and screening rooms to raise awareness of environmental issues. A video report

Infographic: Croatia and the European Elections

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