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Only 147 cases have been recognised, and the vast majority of crimes remain unreported.
This month, the government announced its backing for legislation, set to be voted in May, entitling victims to a one-time compensation payment of up to €20,000, a €320 allowance, health care, psychological counselling and legal aid.
In search of peace when the war ended, the family moved to Petrinja, some 60 kilometres southeast of Zagreb. Tragedy continued to haunt her even in peacetime: last year, her daughter was killed in a car accident.
Of all the Yugoslav war victims, those who faced sexual violence have suffered the worst neglect.
Now, they will finally be seen by society,” says Marija Sliskovic, who runs Women in the Homeland, an NGO that has been advocating for rape victims’ rights since 2010, and helping them to heal.It was virtually razed to the ground and suffered a huge massacre when war broke out after Belgrade-backed rebel Serbs opposed Croatia’s declaration of independence.