03/17/2014 - 21:53
In May 2012, Croatian parliament passed a law to stimulate employment of young people without work experience, which contained a measure called “Vocational training without employment”. With a monthly compensation of 1600 HRK (210 EUR), young people are offered professional qualification in the period of one year.
A first step toward employment
Mediocre and exploited young workers

11/24/2013 - 12:14
In May 2013, over 740, 000 signatures were collected by a Croatian Catholic group in order to initiate a referendum, the first one since Croatia regained its idependence. Voters will have to answer the following question on December 1st: "Do you agree that marriage is matrimony between a man and a woman?"
A society founded on family values
FOR equality, AGAINST discrimination

10/28/2013 - 13:46
In September 2013, bilingual signs in Serbian (in Cyrillic letters) were introduced in the municipality of Vukovar in Eastern Croatia, after census showed that more than 33% of the population belonged to a Serbian national minority. This triggered numerous protests by ethnic Croats throughout the country.
Bilingual signs undermining post-war recovery
Respect of the law, respect of minorities