The Association for Social Research and Communications (UDIK) helps post-Yugoslav societies to establish the rule of law and to accept the legacy of massive human rights violations in order to identify the criminal responsibility of perpetrators, to meet justice and prevent the repetition of such crimes. It is the affirmation of the value of an open civil society, with clearly defined priorities in terms of promotion and protection of human rights, as well as youth involvement in social and political processes through peace activism.
The program of transitional justice UDIK implements through program units:
- Justice and Institutional Reform
- Culture of Remembrance
Bosnia and Herzegovina as a fair, open society of active citizens through respect for human rights with the government that serves the public interest.
Nationalism kills, as UDIK’s slogan, for a short time has become a distinctive symbol of the anti-fascist action in the former Yugoslavia. Modeled on the label located on the Bosnian cigarette packs, which refers to the harmful effects of smoking, and written in three languages, which are identical, and two alphabets, Latin and Cyrillic. UDIK with this slogan first came to the public in November 9th, 2013. on the occasion of the International Day against Fascism and Antisemitism.