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The LPC is a non-governmental organization founded in 1997 to work on law related projects both locally and globally. The main principle guiding our legal projects is to keep them separate from politics while simultaneously responding to the urgent needs people have. The Center focuses particularly on the following areas:

· Protecting the environment;
· Human rights;
· International criminal law and constructing an International Criminal Court;
· Freedom of religion and preventing violence undertaken by religious cults within small geographical religions;
- And preventing ethnicconflicts

The Law Project Center is a full member of the Coalition for an International Criminal Court CICC (based in the United Nations in New York City), non-governmental organizations (Young for HABITAT II and AGENDE 21). The LPC cooperates with the Environmental Law Institute (ELI in Washington D.C.) and the World Alliance for Environmental Law (WAEL), the Law Center in New Delhi, the Young leaders of the UN and also with other organizations and research institutes around the World.

    The LPC was also represented at the United Nations Diplomatic Conference of Plenipotentiaries on the Establishment of an International Criminal Court held in Rome from June 15th through June 17th and again on July 1998 on the ollowing sessions:

·        UN Preparatory Commission for an International Criminal Court     
(November  17th through 29th and also in the December 1999) Third session;
·        UN Preparatory Commission for an International Criminal Court
(New York, UN July 13th through July 23rd and also on August 13th 1999);
Second session UN Preparatory Commission for an International Criminal Court
( New York, UN February 16-26th 1999)
·        First session UN Preparatory Committee for International Criminal Court
(New York, UN March 3rd through March 16th April 1998)
·        Fifth session UN Preparatory Committee for International Criminal Court
(New York, USA, 19 August 1997 August) Fourth session;
·        And also the UN Preparatory Committee for International Criminal Court, 1997
(New York, USA, February 28th) Third session.  

In accordance with operative paragraph 7 of the United Nations General Assembly, Resolution 53/105, a representative of Law Project Center Yugoslavia may also attend forthcoming sessions of the Preparatory Committee or Preparatory Commission of United Nations for an International Criminal Court.

 Members of the Executive board of the Law Projects Center :

Mr. Darko Trifunovic - President
Mr. Ugljesa Jeremic- Vice President
Ms. Biljana Eleni Koteska - Secretary General (Belgrade)
Ms. Iva Djindjic (Belgrade)
Ms. Marija Spasic (Belgrade)
Ms. Milica Gavrilovic (Belgrade)
Mr. Branko Tanovic-Computer section (Belgrade)
Mr. Milosh Zorica - Art director & director of the LPC Belgrade Office (Belgrade)
Ms. Jill Louise Starr - Director of the LPC New York Office (New York)
Mr. Dragan Racic (Banja Luka)
Mr. Tobias Laizer - Director of the LPC Dar Es-Salaam Office (Dar Es-Salaam)
Mr. Radovan Radojcic - Deputy Representative LPC-NY (New York)

Members of the LPC Counseling Committee:

Professor Dragan Simeunovic Ph.D. ;
Professor Slavoljub Popovic Expert on the U.N., Ph.D;
Professor Mitar Kokolj Ph.D;
Professor Branimir Aleksandric Ph.D;
Ms. Gordana Brun - Adviser to the Minister for Ecology of Serbia;
Ms. Gordana Milicevic - Head of the Department in the Federal Ministry.

Project of Kosovo and Metohija

This project explores possibilities for building bridges of confidenceamong different ethnic social groupings in the region by encouraging ethnic groups to work together in developing the economy. The Credit Union will establish a special fund in allowing private enterprise to flourish thus improving employment opportunities for residents to enhance their incomes. Seminars will provide educational opportunities for the residents to learn business practices together.

Protecting the Environment

This project aims to establish a more substantial environmental law while raising people's awareness of the importance of protecting the environment. Environmental education will be used as one of many tools for this purpose.   

International Criminal Court

This principle behind this project is actively participating in the Preparatory Committee of the United Nations and its associated Coalition for International Criminal Court. One of the objectives for the Law Projects Center is to collect necessary information and evidence about war crimes committed on the territory of the former Yugoslavia as well as to organize a lecture series about them at the International Criminal Court. 

Freedom of Religion and the Status of Religious Groups

This projects is an active part of legislative procedure on law regarding religious communities and its various activities with respect to promoting SRJ law.


The Law Projects Center in Yugoslavia is one of founding members of the Yugoslav Coalition for an International Criminal Court YCICC.  The Law Projects Center Yugoslavia is also a founding member of the Yugoslav Coalition for an International Criminal Court (YCICC NEW).
The Yugoslav NGO Coalition for Establishing an International Criminal Court's primary reason for existence (YCICC) is to establish an International Criminal Court which would act effectively as an independent legal body. Simultaneously, it (YCICC) would both advocate and promote ideas about the ICC among Yugoslav citizens.
NGO's around the world are also involved in the same activities as the YCICC in working with the CICC to establish an Int'l Criminal Court. The work of the CICC includes many legal experts on international criminal law, a new branch of law. Their main task is to agree after undertaking high level diplomatic legal discourse, upon an acceptable text of rules eventually becoming the basis for a new Statute of ICC law. The ICC Statute would then be signed and ratified. And this constitutes the key tasks laying ahead for the YCICC in supporting the ICC.
The YCICC also will be giving information to the citizenry about its activities connected with establishing an international criminal court. Until the conference held in Rome, the YCICC coalition was the only coalition in the world seated in New York City. The first part of its task was completed with great success when considering that 120 countries would vote to establish an ICC.
The second part of our task has just begun.  It deals with the signing and ratifying of the ICC Statute. So far only 62 countries have signed the ICC statute. Hence, a decision was made to divide the work of the coalition among the different world continents and/or countries and to assign a coordinator to each.
A coordinator will be assigned to each country such as France, Belgium, Austria the United Kingdom and to also many others already establishing their own national coalitions.  The Yugoslav coalition is formed by the following NGO's:

·        Center for South Eastern Europe;
·        The Law Projects Center in Yugoslavia;
·        The Balkan's Association for Criminal Law;
·        ELSA (European Law Students Association) Yugoslavia;
·        The Association for Criminal Law of Serbia;
·        The Association for Science and Society;
·        The Association for the Anti-Fascists of Yugoslavia;
·        The Association of War Prisoners and Victims of Torture.

President of the YCICC is Professor Dragan Simeunovic Ph.D.
Deputy President of YCICC is Profeessor Djordje Lazin Ph.D.
Secretary General of YCICC is Darko Trifunovic M.S.L.

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Jill Starr - Sep 8, 2010 9:36 AM - Remove

About Me

Miss Jill Louise Star (c.v.)

Traveling extensively throughout South East Asia at an early age, I acquired a greater cosmopolitan understanding regarding relationships existing between culture, politics, economics and ideology. These relationships often produce primary contentions existing within the international relations purview presently. Particularly, between the United States of America and other non-liberal/non-democratic governed states as Serbia, North Korea and Saudi Arabia. My past travels including: Thailand, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Taiwan, Japan, Malaysia, Serbia and montenegro gives me many times broader comprehensions insofar as international relations, politics, human rights and whereby diplomacy necessitates enhancing between liberal democratic governed states such as the United States of America, and, other non-liberal and/or non-democratic governed states such as Serbia & Montenegro, China, and Middle East.
My own ideological viewpoints strongly stress the similarities we share as human beings in physiological and psychological needs in lieu of centering primarily on only our ideological and ethic differences. I am also cognizant that some political regimes abuse for private personal profit: religion, ethnicity, money, power and nationalism as a means for oppressing their own citizenry. This in turn negatively affects the rest of the world and I am convinced for any government to engage in gross human right violations is as great a tragedy as it is a mistake. It’s vital for any state's survival its citizens maintain a healthy dialectic relationship with those ruling over them mutually. This relationship ought be premised upon trust and stability.
When politicians blinded by Hobbesonain vainglory, power and greed cause this dialectic relationship to fail, wars, revolutions and conflicts ensue such as in the breakup of the former Yugoslavia once comprised of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes ;later resulting in genocide as well as the 1999 Kosovo crisis and Bosnian civil war. I strongly believe the United States of American must subject itself to the same high-minded human rights and legal standards it demands the rest of the world abide. Anything less is hypocritical and seriously undermines world peace and perpetual human survival for all in diplomacy. The United States needs better understandings of politics, security and cultures of the world’s many remote indigenous peoples to preserve their endangered cultures in accordance to the United Nations Human Rights Instruments.

I also possess strong interests in analyzing political geography, cultural and theological social spaces of the former territorial regions of Yugoslavia, Croatia, Albania, Bosnia and Kosovo. I desire to analyze places where potential conflicts could arise in the future and eradicate them prior to uncontainable escalation.
i hope by analyzing our worlds past political and historical experiences, we will not repeat them. Living in an age where nuclear weapons are bought and sold globally calls additionally for new enhanced preventive measures concerning international and national security; an additional field of interest to me. I hope world leaders begin learning from our world’s past legacies bequeathed to us by the Ancient Roman Empire’s rise and fall to safeguard our present world's future posterity, and prevent tragedies such as W.W.II and its associated political messiah's from resurfacing.
I have personally witnessed the greatly oppressed living conditions of the men, women and children residing in less developed countries than the United States. as such, I became friends with beggars and lepers in the streets of Indonesia..

an experience giving me even a greater moral commitment in enhancing social justice and economic equity for persons throughout the world, regardless of race, religion or ethnic creed. All human beings deserve basic human necessities guaranteeing their survival. hence, I stand against any Western imposed political and economic sanctions placed on poor countries which are themselves grave human rights violations.
It is also of grave importance leaders of the United States of American fully understand ways in which they alienate states existing within the non-liberal and non-democratic world sphere which Western leaders often fail to understand. It is my hope entering the 21st century, we will better work together with people around the world building a more hospitable world environment where world peace will one day prevail over war.
My personal career objectives include enhancing diplomatic relations between the United States and both Bosnia and Yugoslavia. I also desire to work with the Law Projects Center in advocating for greater human rights for all while additionally helping to negotiate peaceful conflict dispute resolutions between the aforementioned states. I also desire to work towards developing progressive new peace theories that eventually will be objectively applied to work within our present historical time.
These are many but not all of my future goals which includes one day advising high ranking government officials as to the dangers of intervening militarily in political territories such as Kosovo and Bosnia. By doing so I believe future world crises such as the 1999 Kosovo crisis can be avoided.
In working towards enhancing diplomacy between the United States and the Former Yugoslavian states, whether working independently or within an International Alliance comparable to the United Nations, one of my greatest joys is working to solve macro and micro political and social problems that may cause any future world conflicts and to eradicate them prior to their escalation.
I also look forward to working within the United Nations purview to construct a more inclusive Human Rights forum where Western leaders can better comprehend human rights from a non-Western perspective. This would then serve to assist Western political leaders in understanding the importance of adapting a more ‘Culturally Relative' approach towards making human rights policies for the Balkans.
In sum by applying my research, I hope to foresee possible future world conflicts and social upheavals before they occur and hopefully be capable of eradicating them through preventive and peaceful measures.
My strong commitment to uphold social justice for all is the intrinsic reward I seek more than any extrinsic reward while working in my future endeavors as my past volunteer experience manifests. Although possessing an extensive background in social and political science, international criminal law, human rights, computer science in addition to possessing keen analytical abilities and an excellent scholastic record, I have mostly dedicated myself solely to my studies and volunteer work. Dedicating time to law enforcement agencies and other organizations has allowed me to make many a great strides in America in curtailing drug cartels and also in assisting in homicide investigations.

I worked with many law enforcement agencies throughout New Jersey and New York and it has always been the intrinsic values of my work that I value over any extrinsic reward that might be offered to me. I would never work solely for extrinsic rewards. I have seen both the good and corrupt side of American law and public policy and once I myself was almost killed by having placed my own life in jeopardy due to one particular investigation I was involved with. However, this experience has not deterred me but inversely it has made my dedication towards social justice much more strong.
My current studies include: economics, geography, language, culture, foreign relations, theology and whereby these subjects can enhance world peace and diplomacy. I have a strong theological background within the Russian Orthodox Church and have many friends of European Noble Ancestry e.g., Ukraine, Serbia, Romania, Hungary. These friends and others such as Bishops in many Western and non-western states such as Italy, Ireland, Serbia, and Great Britain have further given me an exceptionally keen outlook on current world affairs.
Our current world conflicts illuminate whereby our world's past bonds us to the present and to our potential future. I have greatly enjoyed the greater cosmopolitan understanding of world politics when speaking with my friends some whom were/are closely related to Head’s of State in Iraq, North East Asia, and Serbia and Russia. My conversations with many of these people never ceases to give me new illuminating insight into the political philosophies, and the national trends bad and good alike existing in the world today. I am committed to nothing less then the highest level of excellence in whatever future endeavors I undertake in the international arena and with my lifelong dedication to social justice for all peoples of all nations, nothing less will suffice.
Many tasks lie ahead in this field in our current historical time period and I am/ or have been a member of the:

American Sociological Association
Superior Court of New Jersey Certificate Conflict Dispute Resolution
Serbian Unity Congress
International Sociological Honor Society (AKD)
International Studies Association
IMADR International Movement Against All Forms of Discrimination and Racism
National Deans Listing 1997
Graduated Honors WPUNJ 1997

Jill Starr - Sep 8, 2010 6:53 PM - Remove

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Jill Starr - Oct 12, 2010 9:22 AM - Remove

Darko Trifunovic, MSL, PhD. is a Research Fellow and lecturer at the Faculty of Security Studies-University of Belgrade. Dr. Darko Trifunovic is a specialist in Counter-Terrorism, National and International Security Studies. He is former First Secretary of the Foreign Service of Bosnia and Herzegovina at the UN, Adviser to the State Secretary for War Crimes of Republic of Srpska for Terrorism and Violence and (in 2005) Adviser to the Minister of Police of the Republic of Srpska, BIH. He is also the representative of Serbia and Montenegro in the International Strategic Studies Association (ISSA), Defense & Foreign Affairs publications, and the the Global Information System (GIS). The Shanghai Center for International Studies appointed Dr. Darko Trifunovic (RIEAS Senior Advisor) as the first foreign expert for the Olympic Games (2008) security preparation in China. In 2010 Dr. Trifunovic was engaged in World Expo Security preparation. He is Senior Adviser of the Research Institute of European and American Studies, Athens, Greece, as well as member of the Advisory Board of the Institute of Transnational Studies, Munich, Germany. Dr Darko Trifunovic is a regular speaker at International Institute for Counter-Terrorism Institute, Herzliya, Israel and member of International Analyst Network as well as one of founding members of ICTAC –International Counter Terrorism Academic Community.