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Sign petition to President Bush and other world leaders demanding the arrest of Karadzic and Mladic

See Amnesty International USA Website for online letter letter writing campaign to President Bush asking for the arrest of war criminal.

Directory of international events related to the tenth anniversary of Srebrenica and Dayton.


UN report on its failure in Srebrenica (PDF)

Advocacy Project Srebrenica Overview

International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugloslavia (ICTY)

Interpol warrant for Karadzic

Interpol warrant for Mladic

Human Rights Watch information on failure to arrest Karadzic and Mladic





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Progress Report

During the week leading up to the tenth anniversary of Srebrenica, the Time for Justice Campaign sent copies of a petition with 7,945 names demanding for the arrests of Ratko Mladic and Radovan Karadzic to President George Bush, NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, and High Representative Paddy Ashdown.

The campaign received replies from NATO and the High Representative. Jaap De Hoop Scheffer, the NATO Secretary-General, has urged the government of Serbia to arrest Radovan Karadzic and Ratko Mladic, considered to be responsible for the 1995 Srebrenica massacre. Mr. Scheffer met with the Serbian president two days after endorsing the petition that calls for the arrest of the two war criminals.

Reply from High Representative Paddy Ashdown

Reply from NATO Secretary General

The following news article on July 18 refers to NATO pressing for arrest of Mladic. We would like to think that we can take partial credit for this.,,2-10-1462_1739257,00.html

Copy of petition as of July 10, 2005 (7,945 names) (PDF 472 kb)

As of August 8, 2005, the petition has 9,379 names